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TQS Member, Sherrie Cahill (sherrie58) was inspired by a family photo of her father-in-law to create this quilt. Sherrie used raw-edge applique, hand painting, and thread painting to complete the image. It was machine quilted on a longarm. Tom & The Model T, Iowa 1924 received an Honorable mention at the 43rd Annual NQA Show in 2012.

Tom & The Model T, Iowa 1924 - Sherri Cahill - 35 pieces non-rotating

Tom & The Model T, Iowa 1924 - Sherri Cahill - 99 pieces non-rotating

Tom & The Model T, Iowa 1924 - Sherri Cahill - 300 pieces non-rotating

Tom & The Model T, Iowa 1924 - Sherri Cahill - 99 pieces rotating

Tom & The Model T, Iowa 1924 - Sherri Cahill - 300 pieces rotating

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Leni says, "I used to always joke that my quilts got to travel to more exciting places than I do..." In this case, it might be true.  Leni's quilt, Icy Perch, was exhibited at TIQE–Taiwan International Quilt Exhibition 2012

Star members can watch Leni in Episode 1413: From Film to Fabric: Photos as Inspiration.

Icy Perch - 100 pieces non-rotating

Icy Perch - 289 pieces non-rotating

Icy Perch - 100 pieces rotating

Icy Perch - 289 pieces rotating

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Avatar Revisited by Gammill Quilting Artist Judy Woodworth has won numerous awards including AQS QuiltWeek Paducah 2012 Best Longarm Workmanship and now resides in the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, KY.

Click here to watch Judy talk about the creation of her quilt.

See more of Judy's quilts at www.judywoodworth.com.

To learn more about Judy, watch Episode 609: Freeform Feathers & Happy Endings which also features author and quiltmaker, Bonnie Browning.

Avatar Revisited - 36 pieces non-rotating

Avatar Revisited - 100 pieces non-rotating

Avatar Revisited - 289 pieces non-rotating

Avatar Revisited - 100 pieces rotating

Avatar Revisited - 289 pieces rotating

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Friends of Baltimore is a group quilt created by Susan H. Garman (one of our very own BOM designers), Cynthia Clark, Pat Cotter, Jerrianne Evans, Marsha Fuller, and Georgann Wrinkle of Friendswood, TX.  This stunning Baltimore Album quilt won 1st place, Group Quilts at AQS Paducah QuiltWeek 2013.  

A pattern for Friends of Baltimore is available at a number of quilt shops, including www.stitchinheaven.com which is offering it as as BOM beginning June 2014.  The quilt measures 87" x 87."  Click here to learn more.

Star Members can watch Sue in Episode 304: Applique and Long-arm where she is able to "set up" anentire applique block using quick and easy steps to save you valuable time.

Friends of Baltimore - 36 pieces non-rotating

Friends of Baltimore - 100 pieces non-rotating

Friends of Baltimore - 289 pieces non-rotating

Friends of Baltimore - 100 pieces rotating

Friends of Baltimore - 289 pieces rotating

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Piece and Quiet by Cynthia England, 1993, 80" x 64."  This quilt was named one of "The Twentieth Century's Best American Quilts." And it all started with a 3" x 5" photograph.  To learn more about this multiple-award winning quilt, click here to go to Cynthia's website.

Star Members can watch Cynthia in Episode 610: Piece a Perfect Landscape and Episode  and Episode 1412: I Can't Believe It's Pieced (debuting 6/9/2014).

 

  • Named as one of "The Twentieth Century's Best American Quilts", 2000.
  • Best of Show and Award of Excellence, AIQA, TX, 1993
  • Best of Show, Pride of Dallas, 1st, Dallas Quilt Celebration, 1994
  • 1st Place and Viewer's Choice Wall Quilt, AQS, KY, 1994 Best of Show, 1st Place, People's Choice, Fabric of Our Cultures Show, Victoria, TX 1994
  • 1st Place, Quilter's Heritage Celebration, PA, 1995
  • Juror's Choice, Tactile Architecture, Washington, D.C., 1994

 

Piece and Quiet - 35 pieces non-rotating

Piece and Quiet - 99 pieces non-rotating

Piece and Quiet - 300 pieces non-rotating

Piece and Quiet - 99 pieces rotating

Piece and Quiet - 300 pieces rotating

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Turtle Bay by Claudia Pfeil of Krefeld, Germany was the winner of 3rd place, Large Wall Quilts, Pictorial at AQS QuiltWeek Paducah 2013.  It was also the winner of the Handi QuilterExcellence in Longarm Quilting award, at Road to California, 2013.  Turtle Bay is 79" x 93" and was completed in 2012.  It is an original creation from Claudia.

Artist Statement: To capture the beauty of the sea I have combined silk and gauze fabrics .The shells and star fishes are made from silks with hand painted designs and are machine appliquéd. The sea turtles are made from hand-dyed and printed fabric, and are hand appliquéd. The net and the gauze gives a mystical effect, a translucent look. The quilt’s border – freehand and freestyle appliquéd - the symmetrical design reminds you of the turtle’s shell.

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Turtle Bay - 36 pieces non-rotating

Turtle Bay - 100 pieces non-rotating

Turtle Bay - 300 pieces non-rotating

Turtle Bay - 100 pieces rotating

Turtle Bay - 300 pieces rotating

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