Here's the latest beautiful block from Jinny. Have you been learning all the names? We think this one just might have something to do with temperance. What do you think?



Debbie writes about Gateway"I was captivated by the outdoor garden “rooms” at Versailles when we visited France in 2017.  They seemed like secret gardens – exactly the kind of place I would have loved as a child."

Black and white.

39″ x 32″


Watch Debbie in Show 2604.

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GatewaybyDebbieGrifka - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

GatewaybyDebbieGrifka - 35 Pieces Rotating

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GatewaybyDebbieGrifka - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


Debbie's lovely quilt, Ephemeral Elegance, won First Place for First Entry in an AQS Show/Small Wall Quilt category at Paducah 2011. She was so shocked she wanted to call her husband and tell him, but forgot his phone number...

Watch Debbie in Show 2604.

EphemeralElegancebyDebbieGrifka - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

EphemeralElegancebyDebbieGrifka - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

EphemeralElegancebyDebbieGrifka - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

EphemeralElegancebyDebbieGrifka - 36 Pieces Rotating

EphemeralElegancebyDebbieGrifka - 100 Pieces Rotating

EphemeralElegancebyDebbieGrifka - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


Here's Janet Noever's stunning version of The Halo Medallion quilt which was the TQS BOM for 2017, also designed by Sue Garman, from Barbara Black's show.

Watch Barbara talk about this and other BOMS in Show 2601.

HaloMedallionbyJanetNoever - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

HaloMedallionbyJanetNoever - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

HaloMedallionbyJanetNoever - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

HaloMedallionbyJanetNoever - 36 Pieces Rotating

HaloMedallionbyJanetNoever - 100 Pieces Rotating

HaloMedallionbyJanetNoever - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


Wouldn't this block make a great Christmas tree if you used the right fabrics? Find out what it's called when you play the Jinny Beyer Memory Match game.



Artist Statement about Grifology #1: "Languages have always fascinated me. Inspired by my 2018 100 Day Project (improv appliqué postcards in black and white) and comments that those pieces looked like hieroglyphics or a secret language, I continued my exploration and made 20 improv bias appliqué blocks. Extending the language idea, I positioned the blocks in a letter format in the order in which they were made. The name, Grifology, is a play on graphology, the study of handwriting and symbols, and my own last name." - Debbie Grifka

Black and white.

60″ x 60″


Watch Debbie in Show 2604.

Grifology1byDebbieGrifka - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

Grifology1byDebbieGrifka - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

Grifology1byDebbieGrifka - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

Grifology1byDebbieGrifka - 36 Pieces Rotating

Grifology1byDebbieGrifka - 100 Pieces Rotating

Grifology1byDebbieGrifka - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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