Hungarian Rhapsody is a special quilt that Ricky has brought new life to. Vibrant and colorful, it is sure to get any quilter excited to start their next piecing venture.

You can learn piecing from Ricky in our Piecing Masterclass Part 2, and Show 804: Create Your Own Rhapsody Quilt - Part 2.

HungarianRhapsodybyRickyTims - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

HungarianRhapsodybyRickyTims - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

HungarianRhapsodybyRickyTims - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

HungarianRhapsodybyRickyTims - 36 Pieces Rotating

HungarianRhapsodybyRickyTims - 100 Pieces Rotating

HungarianRhapsodybyRickyTims - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo by Ricky Tims

Congratulations to Cynthia England for her quilt Reflections of Cape Town (68" x 72"), the Best of Show at Houston 2016.
Cynthia writes about her quilt:
“I was fortunate to teach quilting in South Africa. While there, we took a side to and visited Cape Town. This picture was taken in a fishing village there. I loved the bright colors and the reflections were something I wanted to try to recreate in fabric. I am constantly amazed at the beautiful places where quilting takes me. This quilt took about a year to make and has approximately 8400 individual pattern pieces in it.”

You can learn piecing from Cynthia in our Piecing Masterclass Part 2 and Show 1412: "I Can't Believe It's Pieced!"

ReflectionsofCapeTownbyCynthiaEngland - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

ReflectionsofCapeTownbyCynthiaEngland - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

ReflectionsofCapeTownbyCynthiaEngland - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

ReflectionsofCapeTownbyCynthiaEngland - 36 Pieces Rotating

ReflectionsofCapeTownbyCynthiaEngland - 100 Pieces Rotating

ReflectionsofCapeTownbyCynthiaEngland - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


There are triangles galore in this block by Jinny. Do you know what it is called? Play the game and find out.



Kaleidoscope is a combination of Kaffe Fassett's fabric and Alex being "forced" to write a book. It resulted in one of her favorite quilts. Never say never, when it comes to a new quilting process.

You can learn piecing from Alex in our Piecing Masterclass Part 2, Show 309: Trick of Hand - It's all in the Technique, and Show 908: Wedgies, Danglers, and Funkies...Oh, My!

KaleidoscopebyAlexAnderson - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

KaleidoscopebyAlexAnderson - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

KaleidoscopebyAlexAnderson - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

KaleidoscopebyAlexAnderson - 36 Pieces Rotating

KaleidoscopebyAlexAnderson - 100 Pieces Rotating

KaleidoscopebyAlexAnderson - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo from Alex Anderson


"Scrap Addict" Bonnie Hunter put together her Carolina Chain quilt in no time as she'd already been saving 2" strips of fabric as leftovers from other quilts.

Carolina Chain by Bonnie Hunter is available as a free pattern C&T Publishing (click here).

You can learn piecing from Bonnie in our Piecing Masterclass Part 2, and in Show 1410: You Can Have It All - Modern Day Quilters Mix Old and New.

CarolinaChainbyBonnieHunter - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

CarolinaChainbyBonnieHunter - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

CarolinaChainbyBonnieHunter - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

CarolinaChainbyBonnieHunter - 36 Pieces Rotating

CarolinaChainbyBonnieHunter - 100 Pieces Rotating

CarolinaChainbyBonnieHunter - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo from C&T Publishing (ctpub.com)


We'd call this block Criss Cross Applesauce, but we don't think that's its real name. Play Jinny's game and find out for sure.


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