Here's a fun block from this week's game. Looks like it has lots of little pieces. Do you know what it's called? Play the game and find out.



From Karen's website:

This exuberant hand-appliquéd quilt was inspired by the nineteenth-century German textile designer Friedrich Fischbach. Karen cut each piece for the center motif and arranged it on a design board before beginning to sew so she could make changes easily. After the center was stitched, she selected the fabric for the edge and designed the border using elements from the center. The quilt also includes reverse appliqué, piping, and more than 400 circles. Karen says, "I love making circles, but quilting around each one is another story!"

Earthly Delights appeared on the September 1999 cover of Quilter's Newsletter Magazine.

Click here to see the quilt.

Star Members can watch Karen in Show 2007: From Perfection to Preservation.

EarthlyDelightsbyKarenKayBuckley - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

EarthlyDelightsbyKarenKayBuckley - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

EarthlyDelightsbyKarenKayBuckley - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

EarthlyDelightsbyKarenKayBuckley - 36 Pieces Rotating

EarthlyDelightsbyKarenKayBuckley - 100 Pieces Rotating

EarthlyDelightsbyKarenKayBuckley - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


Based on a painting that Michelle de Groot did for her mom's friend, Dancing Brolgas shows off the dance that the brolgas, or Australian cranes, do to court one another.

Learn how Michelle makes her quilts in Show 2613.

DancingBrolgasbyMichelledeGroot - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

DancingBrolgasbyMichelledeGroot - 102 Pieces Non-Rotating

DancingBrolgasbyMichelledeGroot - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

DancingBrolgasbyMichelledeGroot - 36 Pieces Rotating

DancingBrolgasbyMichelledeGroot - 102 Pieces Rotating

DancingBrolgasbyMichelledeGroot - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


Michelle de Groot created the first rendition of Poppy Art as a tribute to her uncle who never came home from the war. This piece is a simplified version of that work that others can create on their own.

Learn the whole story behind the quilt in Show 2613.

PoppyArtbyMichelledeGroot - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

PoppyArtbyMichelledeGroot - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

PoppyArtbyMichelledeGroot - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

PoppyArtbyMichelledeGroot - 35 Pieces Rotating

PoppyArtbyMichelledeGroot - 99 Pieces Rotating

PoppyArtbyMichelledeGroot - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


Ebony dials a traditional kaleidoscope block "up a notch" with her use of bright color in her quilt, Orange Crush.

Click here to see the quilt.

Watch Ebony Love in Show 2304: Fast, Efficient, Die Cutting & Antique Signed Quilts.

OrangeCrushbyEbonyLove - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

OrangeCrushbyEbonyLove - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

OrangeCrushbyEbonyLove - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

OrangeCrushbyEbonyLove - 36 Pieces Rotating

OrangeCrushbyEbonyLove - 100 Pieces Rotating

OrangeCrushbyEbonyLove - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


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