If you are attending QuiltCon and have a smidge of time available, would you consider the following request and if you’re not attending, pass it on to friends. Show off your labels and/or techniques in the Quilt Alliance’s Labeling Lounge at QuiltCon. Sign up for a 30-min time slot (all days are open) to show our booth visitors how you label your quilts.
From WeAllSew.com: Betsy Vinegrad is an acclaimed quilter (and a member of The Quilt Show) and her quilts are works of art. Her quilts have won ribbons at national festivals, some are featured in a book, and her Mod Blocks 2 is currently exhibited in the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky. Recently, at the 2021 virtual Quiltcon, presented by the Modern Quilters Guild, she won a Judges Choice Award and second place in the American Patchwork & Quilting Wedge Quilting Challenge for her quilt, Azulejos.
These quilters at Quiltcon 2022 came up with some great ideas using black bias tape (either homemade or store bought) when creating these beautiful quilts.
If you do, you'll love these two quilts we found at Quiltcon 2022. One large and one small, these two quilters took red to the next level. Red Quilt - Right Angles has over 30 red fabrics and Redwork (a very Small Quilt) uses nine different red solids.
How does a quilt get its name? We asked Constance Griner when we bumped into her in front of her quilt, Where's the Cheese?, at Quiltcon 2022. Thanks Constance.
"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.
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.