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A Lizard's Tale is Kim Lacy's way of showing the fractal forms and spirals we see everywhere in nature. Meant to represent a wrapped up chameleon's tail when it's sitting, the entire quilt is hand-painted on black cotton sateen.

Watch Kim in Show 2606.

ALizardsTalebyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

ALizardsTalebyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

ALizardsTalebyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

ALizardsTalebyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Rotating

ALizardsTalebyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Rotating

ALizardsTalebyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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These look a bit like cactus flowers. What do you think this block might be called? Play the game and find out.

 
 
 

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Ammonites are the extinct relatives of sea creatures, such as the modern Nautilus from Palau. That should give you some idea of what this interesting quilt by Kim Lacy is all about.

Watch Kim and learn more about it in Show 2606.

AmmonitesbyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

AmmonitesbyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

AmmonitesbyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

AmmonitesbyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Rotating

AmmonitesbyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Rotating

AmmonitesbyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Antelope Canyon is Kim's interpretation of the natural phenomenon in Arizona. It was strip pieced with dupioni silk and satin. It was the first large quilt that Kim attempted. Watch the After Set of Show 2606 to find out what the whole story is behind the quilt.

AntelopeCanyonbyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

AntelopeCanyonbyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

AntelopeCanyonbyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

AntelopeCanyonbyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Rotating

AntelopeCanyonbyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Rotating

AntelopeCanyonbyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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A luscious border print makes this simple block shine. Do you know what it's called? Play the game and find out.

 
 
 
 

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It's not hard to see why this quilt is a multi-award winner. Needle-turn appliqué, hand and machine embroidery, cut-away trapunto, domestic machine quilting, and a half-inch clam shell decorative edge finish did the trick. Some of the awards for Flourish on the Vine include:

IQA Founders Award, 2011 Quilts: A World of Beauty, International Quilters Association

Best of Show, Canadian Quilters Association, 2013 National Juried Show

1st Place, Wall Quilts, Home Machine Quilted, American Quilter’s Society, Lancaster PA 2013

Learn from Kathy in Show 2605.

FlourishontheVinebyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

FlourishontheVinebyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

FlourishontheVinebyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

FlourishontheVinebyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Rotating

FlourishontheVinebyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Rotating

FlourishontheVinebyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: TQS


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