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Baker Beach is based off of a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge taken by Valley Springs photographer John Slot. Sandra writes, “I hand-dyed most of the fabric – it’s all cotton – to try to look like the water, and the sky, and the rocks and the reflections,” she said. “It took about three months to make the piece, and then I quilted it. It won Best Pictorial at the Pacific International Quilt Festival last October (2019).”

Watch Sandra in Show 2609.

BakerBeachbySandraMollon - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

BakerBeachbySandraMollon - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

BakerBeachbySandraMollon - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

BakerBeachbySandraMollon - 35 Pieces Rotating

BakerBeachbySandraMollon - 99 Pieces Rotating

BakerBeachbySandraMollon - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo from Sandra Mollon's Website


Seasons of Life by Sandra Mollon with Kris Spray had a back that could have won awards, but now you see why it won from the front. (See the back by clicking here.) It won Best Movable Machine Workmanship at Spring Paducah 2019. This 83" x 83" wonder has Hand Appliqué, Beading, Broiderie Perse, Couching, Hand Dyeing, Embellishments, Hand Embroidery, Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Inking, and Tsukineko Inks.

Seasons of Life was also the Outstanding Large Quilt winner at the Road to California show, January 2019. 

Watch Sandra in Show 2609.

SeasonsofLifebySandraMollon - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

SeasonsofLifebySandraMollon - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

SeasonsofLifebySandraMollon. -289 Pieces Non-Rotating

SeasonsofLifebySandraMollon - 36 Pieces Rotating

SeasonsofLifebySandraMollon - 100 Pieces Rotating

SeasonsofLifebySandraMollon - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo From Sandra Mollon's Website


Aegean Memories by Karen Eckmeier was created using her raw-edge fabric collage process as described in her book, Happy Villages. The fabrics are lightly glue basted and then machine stitched with a layer of tulle. The quilt was created in 2010 and measures 43" x 43."

You can learn about Karen at her website, The Quilted Lizard. You can watch Karen build a Happy Village in Show 1109: Fabulous Fabric Landscapes...By Accident!

Click here to see the quilt.

Aegean Memories - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

Aegean Memories - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

Aegean Memories - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

Aegean Memories - 100 Pieces Rotating

Aegean Memories - 289 Pieces Rotating



Here is a wonderful, award-winning quilt created by Denise Havlan (Username: denisehavlan), one of our TQS members. The quilt is Celtic Creed, and the center Celtic cross imagery is hand-painted. It measures 53" x 62" and is appliquéd and quilted on a domestic machine. Denise says, "I knew that one day I would do a quilt to celebrate my heritage." We think she did a spectacular job!

Click here to see the quilt.

Celtic Creed - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

Celtic Creed - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

Celtic Creed - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

Celtic Creed - 100 Pieces Rotating

Celtic Creed - 300 Pieces Rotating



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