Cynthia Cox' son, Keith, doodled a drawing in a sketchbook back in 2006. Cynthia always thought it would make an interesting quilt. Turns out, it even made an award-winning quilt. Keith's Doodle won Best Longarm Machine Workmanship Innovative at PIQF 2018.

#14 Niki de Vries 2020-02-28 13:52
What an amazing quilt. Love the story too. Mother and son. So cool. Looks like a water creature. Lots of boldness and movement. Remarkable.
#13 Marjory Cordoza 2018-11-02 22:43
What a fantastic quilt. The design itself is so strong and brings to mind Pacific Island tattoos, as well as Native American designs; while being quite unique. The quilting echoes and repeats the elements and shows both mom and son are truly creative. I love it.
#12 Jeane 2018-11-02 16:41
Wow! I can't imagine quilting all of those bubbles! It's gorgeous!
#11 susanchinouth 2018-11-02 12:45
Wow! That is like Picasso!
#10 Candie 2018-11-02 12:18
The meniscual circles just leave me awe struck
#9 Doris Ferguson 2018-11-02 11:49
Mind boggling! I’ve been a fan for years but this one is incredible!
#8 Linda 2018-11-02 10:51
Was present when she found out she had won in her category. A marvelous quilt design, such fun.
#7 Teresa Marler 2018-11-02 10:35
Cindy is one of my best friends and a very talented lady! Way to go, Cindy! You're getting the recognition you deserve!!!
#6 Jane A. Harris 2018-11-02 09:04
Truly amazing!!
#5 Rita Loyd 2018-11-02 08:30
Wowzer! The applique and quilting are incredible...de finitely an award winner!
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