We'd call this block Criss Cross Applesauce, but we don't think that's its real name. Play Jinny's game and find out for sure.
Tile Tango is from the book The Quilter’s Practical Guide To Color by Becky Goldsmith. We just love this quilt. It almost didn't make it back to Becky after we taped her show...someone else wanted to take it home...
Watch Becky Goldsmith in Show 2401: BOM 2019 - Sizzle.
Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis
A Garden For All Seasons is a 9' X 30' quilt by Victoria Findlay Wolfe. This quilt is a public art piece that Victoria made to hang in a building in NYC.
Learn piecing from Victoria in our Piecing Masterclass Part 1, and learn more from her in Show 2002: Look Out! Double Rings and Curves Ahead.
(Original Photo: Shelly Pagliai - Prairie Moon Quilts)
Ann writes about her lovely quilt, Little Church in the Wildwood:
"This quilt is a childhood dream. It combines my feelings of worshipful awe in these forests, with resonant feelings in places of worship built by human hands. Inspired by Looking Glass Rock Trail from the Blue Ridge Parkway and Lake Junaluska Chapel."
Photo: Ann Harwell
Ricky liked "Hank", the Texas Horned Lizard created by Carol Morrissey, so much that he purchased him for his home collection.
Star Members can watch Carol at work in Show 1908: Postcards and Photorealism.
Original Photo: Gregory Case
Blue Ice by Jacquie Gering was created in a similar manner to improvised Log Cabin blocks with crazy pieced centers in a straight set. Blue Ice can be found in Jacquie's book (along with Katie Pedersen) Quilting Modern (Interweave, 2012).