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A Log Cabin Quilt Like Ricky Has Never Seen Before

While touring the International Patchwork Festival in Sitges, Ricky came across this remarkable log cabin quilt. He writes, "At the Spanish Patchwork Association show a log cabin quilt like I’ve never seen before." What does it look like? Take a gander for yourself and see if you agree with Ricky!

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Pam Holland's Portrait Quilt of Ricky Tims

Last year during a video chat with Ricky, Pam Holland revealed that she was working on a portrait quilt of the man himself. Well, she has now finished that quilt and it outstanding. Take a look for yourself and see if you can notice the resemblance.

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Sonya Lee Barrington's Levi's Quilts

Sonya Lee Barrington is quite the busy lady. In addition to working on all that she has going on, in the last year she took on a new project, salvaging THIRTY YEARS worth of Levi's jeans and turning them into fabulous quilts.

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Who Made This Quilt?

Alex took a picture of this quilt with her phone and would love to know more about it. Do you know who made this quilt?

 

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Sapphire Celebration - Houston Quilt Show's 45th Anniversary: "STOP! Ouvrons Les Yeux! (Stop! Let's open our eyes!)" by Annick Bouvier-Selwyn

We continue our selection of quilts exhibited in 2019 at the Houston International Quilt Festival as part of their 45th Anniversary, the Sapphire Anniversary with Annick Bouvier-Selwyn's quilt, STOP! Ouvrons Les Yeux! (Stop! Let's open our eyes!).

 

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"Halo Medallion" in Top 5 for Best of Show

Here at The Quilt Show we've always known that our Block Of the Month quilts were award winners, but for some they are ACTUAL award winners.

 

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"Never Say Never" a quilt by Laura Fraga

Laura was never going to make another "Dear Jane" quilt, but she did…using only two fabrics.

 

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SAQA Showcases Oceania with Virtual Exhibition, 2021 Annual Conference

The latest collection from SAQA’s Virtual Gallery Program, Impressions of Oceania From Around the World, highlights this vast region that comprises thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean, including Australia and New Zealand.

 

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"It's a Mad, Mad, Mid-Mod World" a quilt by Julie Limbach Jones and the South Bay Quilter’s Guild

It's a Mad, Mad, Mid-Mod World by Julie Limbach Jones and others won the #QuiltConTogether2021 People’s Choice award.

 

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"The Ultimate Pineapple" a quilt by Jane Hall

This quilt just might be The Ultimate Pineapple by Jane Hall.

 

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"True Beauty" a quilt by Gina Perkes

All of Gina's quilts are true beauties, and, obviously, True Beauty is no exception.

 

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"Birden" a quilt by Kim Siviour

Kim Siviour combined her love for gardens and birds into this extraordinary quilt, Birden, which was featured at the Houston International Quilt Festival in 2018.

 

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"Can to Caint" a quilt by Sandra Johnson

Can to Caint is a Sashiko quilt by Sandra Johnson inspired by the sunrise and sunset, indicating another day will come.

 

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The Quilts of Victoria Findlay Wolfe - See Her Quilt "Improv Star Storm"

The Quilt Show continues its feature of quilts exhibited in 2020 at QuiltCon as part of The Quilts of Victoria Findlay Wolfe exhibit with her quilt, Improv Star Storm.

 

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"Flora Australis" a quilt by Denise Griffiths

Flora Australis by Denise Griffiths was featured in the In Full Bloom exhibit at the Houston Quilt Festival in 2018.

 

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"Seasons" a quilt by Terry Sargent Peart

Terry Sargent Peart's Seasons won Best Use of Color – Mid-Century Modern at the 2021 Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival.

 

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"Ohio Barn in Early Morning Light" a quilt by LeAnn Hileman

LeAnn Hileman of Glendale, Arizona says of Ohio Barn in Early Morning Light"Light and shadow fascinate me. I saw this barn early one morning while traveling in Ohio and returned the following morning to see a grand demonstration of it. This quilt is the result." 

 

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