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This is Amsterdam Alley: The Shortcut Between by Leslie T. Jenison. It measures 48" x 36" and the materials used include: silk, cotton, canvas, dye, paint, bamboo felt, both cotton and polyester thread, along with Mistyfuse fusible.  It is currently part of a private collection.

Artist Statement:

This quilt was inspired by a photograph I took during a trip to Amsterdam, Netherlands.  I felt it would be an interesting challenge to expand the borders of the image into a quilt.  The dye-painted graffiti is based on the colorful images I was exposed to in other parts of the city.

Amsterdam Alley by Leslie Jenison - 35 pieces non-rotating

Amsterdam Alley by Leslie Jenison - 99 pieces non-rotating

Amsterdam Alley by Leslie Jenison - 300 pieces non-rotating

Amsterdam Alley by Leslie Jenison - 99 pieces rotating

Amsterdam Alley by Leslie Jenison - 300 pieces rotating

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Here is The Coffee Break by Leslie T. Jenison.

Artist Statement:

The Coffee Break refers to a long-running email conversation with my friend and teaching partner, Jamie Fingal. When I see “coffee break” in the subject line, I know to get my cuppa and put my feet up, because it will be a long conversation in print. We discuss business items, personal issues…you name it; the coffee break has been a long-running habit which is often more of a lifeline.

To learn more or purchase, The Coffee Break, click here.

Star Members can watch Leslie in Episode Episode 1510: Screen-Printing Serendipity debuting on Monday, November 10, 2014.

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The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 36 pieces non-rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 98 pieces non-rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 300 pieces non-rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 98 pieces rotating

The Coffee Break by Leslie Tucker Jenison - 300 pieces rotating

 

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Panning for Gold by Lea McComas won First Place Art-People, Portraits, and Figures at IQA Houston 2014. Lea says the quilt was inspired by an historical photograph of a gold miner working the river.  It is made with fused edge applique and thread painting. 

You can learn how Lea creates her images in her TQS Portrait Quilts classroom.

Panning For Gold by Lea McComas - 35 pieces non-rotating

Panning For Gold by Lea McComas - 100 pieces non-rotating

Panning For Gold by Lea McComas - 300 pieces non-rotating

Panning For Gold by Lea McComas - 100 pieces rotating

Panning For Gold by Lea McComas - 300 pieces rotating

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Valerie White's, Ohio River Blues Man, was influenced by seeing the Ohio river every day.  Star Members can learn more about Valerie in Episode 1508: Working with Intention: Expand Your Skills with Prayer Flags.

Ohio River Blues Man by Valerie C. White - 35 pieces non-rotating

Ohio River Blues Man by Valerie C. White - 96 pieces non-rotating

Ohio River Blues Man by Valerie C. White - 300 pieces non-rotating

Ohio River Blues Man by Valerie C. White - 96 pieces rotating

Ohio River Blues Man by Valerie C. White - 300 pieces rotating

(Original Photo: Gregory Case Photography)

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Here's a sneak peek at the TQS 2015 BOM by Lynette Anderson.  Come back tomorrow to see the quilt.

TQS 2015 BOM by Lynette Anderson - 35 pieces non-rotating

TQS 2015 BOM by Lynette Anderson - 99 pieces non-rotating

TQS 2015 BOM by Lynette Anderson - 300 pieces non-rotating

TQS 2015 BOM by Lynette Anderson - 99 pieces rotating

TQS 2015 BOM by Lynette Anderson - 300 pieces rotating

 

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Here's a charming quilt featuring vintage redwork baskets and pieced blocks.  It was created by Rosie Deleon-McCrady.  You can make this quilt yourself.  For more information, click here to visit Rosie's website, www.redworkplus.com.

Star Members can learn more about Rosie in Episode 1509: Seeing Red: Ramp Up Your Redwork! which debuts on October 27, 2014.


Vintage Redwork Baskets by Rosie Deleon-McCrady - 35 pieces non-rotating

Vintage Redwork Baskets by Rosie Deleon-McCrady - 99 pieces non-rotating

Vintage Redwork Baskets by Rosie Deleon-McCrady - 300 pieces non-rotating

Vintage Redwork Baskets by Rosie Deleon-McCrady - 99 pieces rotating

Vintage Redwork Baskets by Rosie Deleon-McCrady - 300 pieces rotating

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