We all love Sue Benner, but secretly, we may love her work even more. And she has provided us with some photos of three almost finished quilts that she wanted to share. These quilts were started on the set of Sue's show and were featured in the abstract design portion. Look and see how far along the've come since their inception.
In Monday's newsletter we featured the Alaska Row by Row quilt, which was misidentified as being made by Janet Lutz. While Janet featured this quilt on our show all about the Row by Row phenomenon, it was actually made by Gail Surrena. Find out more about Gail's Alaska Row by Row and her journey with the project over time.
This fabulous quilt made between 1870 and 1890 in Paris, MO., which can be found in the DAR Museum. Take a look at the quilt, which looks just as modern today.
Now that you've seen Paula Doyle's fabulous new award-winning quilt, Yukata Bee Quilting, take a look and see the journey Paula took in making it through her own photos documenting the process.
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!
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.
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!).