Dynamic, modern and fun, Color Knots is a great quilt from Gyleen and it's "knot" as hard as you think. Star Members can watch Gyleen work her magic in Show 2012: Modern Scrappy Quilts.

You can learn piecing from Gyleen in our Piecing Masterclass Part 1, and in Show 909: Techniques, Tips...and Turning "Trash" into "Treasure".

ColorKnotsbyGyleenFitzgerald - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

ColorKnotsbyGyleenFitzgerald - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

ColorKnotsbyGyleenFitzgerald - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

ColorKnotsbyGyleenFitzgerald - 36 Pieces Rotating

ColorKnotsbyGyleenFitzgerald - 100 Pieces Rotating

ColorKnotsbyGyleenFitzgerald - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


Medallion Sampler was designed, machine pieced, and hand quilted by Sally. It's in a traditional medallion style with multiple blocks and borders enhancing the center design. You can learn about the quilt in Sally's book, Borders, Bindings, & Edges and you can learn piecing from Sally in our Piecing Masterclass Part 1, and in Show 1602: Secrets for Precision Piecing and Template Tips.

MedallionSamplerbySallyCollins - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

MedallionSamplerbySallyCollins - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

MedallionSamplerbySallyCollins - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

MedallionSamplerbySallyCollins - 36 Pieces Rotating

MedallionSamplerbySallyCollins - 100 Pieces Rotating

MedallionSamplerbySallyCollins - 289 Pieces Rotating


Could this be a honeybee or a fleur-de-lis? What do you think this block is called? Play the game and find out.




June was asked by the government to create a quilt as part of a fundraiser for the Forest Service in Oregon. She made two quilts and kept this one, The Crossing, for herself.

Learn how June makes her quilts in Show 2610.

TheCrossingbyJuneJaeger - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheCrossingbyJuneJaeger - 102 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheCrossingbyJuneJaeger - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheCrossingbyJuneJaeger - 36 Pieces Rotating

TheCrossingbyJuneJaeger - 102 Pieces Rotating

TheCrossingbyJuneJaeger - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Kristin Goedert


These little piggies, featured in June Jaeger's quilt Dinner?, are adorable. They were created using June's fusible appliqué featured in Show 2610.  Watch the show and learn how to do it too.

Dinner?byJuneJaeger - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

Dinner?byJuneJaeger - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

Dinner?byJuneJaeger - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

Dinner?byJuneJaeger - 35 Pieces Rotating

Dinner?byJuneJaeger - 99 Pieces Rotating

Dinner?byJuneJaeger - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Kristin Goedert


Becky calls this her Baby Bullseye even though it still measures 40" x 40".

It can be found in Bullseye Quilts from Vintage to Modern: Paper Piece Stunning Projects. Though the results look complicated, expert teacher Becky walks you through how to tackle the construction, so you won’t believe how simply and easily they go together.

Learn more about Bullseye quilts with Becky Goldsmith in Show 2401: BOM 2019 - Sizzle.

BabyBullseyebyBeckyGoldsmith - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

BabyBullseyebyBeckyGoldsmith - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

BabyBullseyebyBeckyGoldsmith - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

BabyBullseyebyBeckyGoldsmith - 36 Pieces Rotating

BabyBullseyebyBeckyGoldsmith - 100 Pieces Rotating

BabyBullseyebyBeckyGoldsmith - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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