Peter Byrne won two top awards at QuiltCon 2020. Along with winning Best of Show, his quilt, Cityscape, also won Best Machine Quilting - Frameless, Needle Stationary. Here he talks to TQS about how he made his award-winning quilt.

See the quilt below the video.



#7 pennylm 2020-03-03 13:20
Great job, Peter. Full of impact.
#6 ,MARILYN clulow 2020-03-03 08:45
Congratulations fellow Canadian! Beautiful work! Everything is just perfect. I don't do traditional piecing but I am absolutely inspired to try something like this. Who knows, I just might.
#5 Carol Frencham 2020-03-02 13:47
I am so glad the gentleman explained the construction of his quilt. There are so many computerized machines nowadays which take away the credit of the true quilter. Steady hands create beautiful work. Well done.
#4 Max 2020-03-02 09:11
Congratulations . Beautifully designed and quilted. I especially like the orange lights running through the areas. Do you think that the next one will include the lakefront?
#3 Scherimm 2020-03-02 08:57
Congratulations fellow Canadian Peter. It’s wonderful
#2 Jaenen 2020-03-02 06:35
Congratulations . The quilting on this piece is so fresh and original as is the combination and placement of the colours.
#1 Carol w Murphy 2020-03-02 05:39
Just love it. Very complex, and yet everything flows like a beautiful city
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