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Toyland Tree is a wonderful and whimsical quilt from Lynn Wilder.  It would make a great heirloom quilt for your children.  Star Members can watch Lynn in Episode 1604: Taking the Fear Out of Math for Quilters.

Click here to see a photo of each block close up.

Click here to purchase the pattern.

ToylandTree by Lynn Wilder - 36 pieces non-rotating

ToylandTree by Lynn Wilder - 100 pieces non-rotating

ToylandTree by Lynn Wilder - 300 pieces non-rotating

ToylandTree by Lynn Wilder - 100 pieces rotating

ToylandTree by Lynn Wilder - 300 pieces rotating

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"Emilie Elizabeth" is a quilt created by our guest in Episode 1604, Lynn Wilder, who takes the mystery out of using math to create seemingly complex quilts.

Lynn's Episode 1604: Taking the Fear Out of Math for Quilters, debuts Monday, February 16, 2015.

Once you see the quilt, you just might want to make one for yourself, and you can!  The pattern is available online, click here to purchase.

Click here to visit Lynn's blog.

Emilie Elizabeth by Lynn Wilder - 36 pieces non-rotating

Emilie Elizabeth by Lynn Wilder - 100 pieces non-rotating

Emilie Elizabeth by Lynn Wilder - 289 pieces non-rotating

Emilie Elizabeth by Lynn Wilder - 36 pieces rotating

Emilie Elizabeth by Lynn Wilder - 100 pieces rotating

Emilie Elizabeth by Lynn Wilder - 289 pieces rotating

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Here's another stunning quilt by Sharon Schamber.  We couldn't keep our eyes off of Nora's Garden when it was on the set for Episode 1603: Quilters and Friends for Life.

NorasGardenbySharonSchamber - 36 pieces non-rotating

NorasGardenbySharonSchamber - 100 pieces non-rotating

NorasGardenbySharonSchamber - 289 pieces non-rotating

NorasGardenbySharonSchamber - 100 pieces rotating

NorasGardenbySharonSchamber - 289 pieces rotating

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Sharon's Quilt, Once Upon a Time, won Best of Show at Road to California 2014.  Click here to see Sharon's quilt close-up as a TQS Zoom Quilt.

Artist statement: I started making this quilt in 2000, then put it aside for over 10 years. It features hand appliqué and embroidery and was quilted on my long arm.

Star Members can watch Sharon in Episode 1603: Quilters and Friends for Life debuting on Feb. 2, 2015.

OnceUponaTimebySharonSchamber - 36 pieces non-rotating

OnceUponaTimebySharonSchamber - 100 pieces non-rotating

OnceUponaTimebySharonSchamber - 289 pieces non-rotating

OnceUponaTimebySharonSchamber - 100 pieces rotating

OnceUponaTimebySharonSchamber - 289 pieces rotating

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Crossroad is the "cover girl quilt" for Sally's book, Borders, Bindings & Edges. It was designed and machine pieced by Sally in 2003 and was quilted by Kathleen Pappas of Los Angeles, CA.  It has a sampling of various borders including a sawtooth border, a checkerboard border, a dogtooth border and a final "plain" mitered border.

Click here to visit Sally's websiteClick here to order Sally's book.

Crossroad by Sally Collins - 36 pieces non-rotating

Crossroad by Sally Collins - 100 pieces non-rotating

Crossroad by Sally Collins - 289 pieces non-rotating

Crossroad by Sally Collins - 100 pieces rotating

Crossroad by Sally Collins - 289 pieces rotating

 

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Here's a beautiful quilt from TQS Legend Mary Mashuta, Creole Octagon. You can learn about Mary and her sister, Roberta Horton, in Episode 1513: TQS Legends 2014.

Creole Octagon by Mary Mashuta - 36 pieces non-rotating

Creole Octagon by Mary Mashuta - 100 pieces non-rotating

Creole Octagon by Mary Mashuta - 289 pieces non-rotating

Creole Octagon by Mary Mashuta - 100 pieces rotating

Creole Octagon by Mary Mashuta - 289 pieces rotating

 


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