This looks like it would make a great Celtic Knot quilt if you just put a few of them together.

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Jenny used the same technique for creating this piece as she did for her Boho Cutwork Denim Jacket. (Watch how she did it in Show 2404.) It is made from hand-dyed wool, hand-dyed silk organza, and polyester thread. Jenny writes in her book, Free-Motion Quilting from Ordinary to Extraordinary, "Once quilted, the back became its own story, hence the name."

Click here to see a photo of the back of Jenny's quilt.

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Original Photo: Jenny K. Lyon


A machine quilter beyond compare, Jenny K. Lyon has created a quilt that just shimmers with the essence of fall. Golden Moments was Jenny's first quilt to land in the Houston Quilt Festival back in 2010 and it's not hard to see why it was selected for exhibit. The machine quilting is stunning. Take a few minutes to let your eyes wander over the quilt.

Jenny used Radiance fabric (a blend of silk and cotton) to give shimmer to her quilt. Click here for some of her tips with working with the fabric.

Watch Jenny K. Lyon in Show 2404.

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Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


We are thinking this block looks like a tree, perhaps combined with others, a forest? Find out what it's called when you play the game.


Suzy's quilt, Bohemian Garden, was made completely from knit fabrics. Yes, you read that correctly, knit fabrics. She wanted to challenge herself to do something new. Inspired by Henri Matisse, it's a lovely quilt.

Watch Suzy Williams in Show 2403.

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Original Photo: Suzy Williams


Suzy writes, "Even though the Fly Away quilt pattern originally made its debut in Modern Patchwork Magazine in 2016, and then continued its journey across America to be a part of QuiltCon East in 2017, that is not where the life of this quilt truly began."

Click here to read the whole story behind the quilt.

Watch Suzy Williams in Show 2403.

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Original Photo: Suzy Williams


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