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This is a nine-part block of the month from Lynette, which was inspired by her family pets, Hugo the dog and felines Fatcat, Freckle, and Felix. Approximate finished size of the quilt 54" x 62." It has a combination of appliqué, simple piecing, stitchery and fabulously fun yo-yos.  The pattern is available here.

Star Members can watch Lynette, TQS BOM 2015 Designer, in Episode 1601: Trunk Show, Travel Talk, and Tools & Techniques.

A Kittens Tale BOM by Lynette Anderson - 36 pieces non-rotating

A Kittens Tale BOM by Lynette Anderson - 100 pieces non-rotating

A Kittens Tale BOM by Lynette Anderson - 289 pieces non-rotating

A Kittens Tale BOM by Lynette Anderson - 100 pieces rotating

A Kittens Tale BOM by Lynette Anderson - 289 pieces rotating

 

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Here's a whimsical quilt from TQS BOM 2015 Designer Lynette Anderson called Scattered Hearts. It was made using Lynette's Time with Friends collection and measures approx. 63" x 81."  The pattern is available on Lynette's website; click here to learn more.

ScatteredHeartsbyLynetteAnderson - 36 pieces non-rotating

ScatteredHeartsbyLynetteAnderson - 100 pieces non-rotating

ScatteredHeartsbyLynetteAnderson - 289 pieces non-rotating

ScatteredHeartsbyLynetteAnderson - 100 pieces rotating

ScatteredHeartsbyLynetteAnderson - 289 pieces rotating

 

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Chess Vortex was created by TQS Member Quiltrascal who loves to recreate old quilts, mostly in small sizes for display. The best part is that she shares her patterns, so if you love this puzzle, you can make the quilt. 

Chess Vortex By Quiltrascal - 36 pieces non-rotating

Chess Vortex By Quiltrascal - 100 pieces non-rotating

Chess Vortex By Quiltrascal - 289 pieces non-rotating

Chess Vortex By Quiltrascal - 100 pieces rotating

Chess Vortex By Quiltrascal - 289 pieces rotating

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This puzzle is an example of one of Roberta Horton's family photos transferred to cotton and embellished.  It's a lovely family keepsake.  To learn more about how she does it, Star Members can watch Episode 1513: TQS 2014 Legends debuting Monday, December 22, 2014.

RobertaHortonFamilyAlbum - 36 pieces non-rotating

RobertaHortonFamilyAlbum - 100 pieces non-rotating

RobertaHortonFamilyAlbum - 300 pieces non-rotating

RobertaHortonFamilyAlbum - 100 pieces rotating

RobertaHortonFamilyAlbum - 300 pieces rotating

 

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Everyone has a method for creating a double-wedding ring quilt and Debby Schnabel is no exception. She came up with this concept after struggling with different methods and it is truly her own. She created the quilt using 2" squares to form the rings and raw-edge zigzagged them into place. Debby says, "This technique was the perfect ‘recovery project’ for my carpal tunnel surgery!"

Click here to learn more about the quilt.

Star Members can watch Debby in Episode 1512: Enhance Your Quilting "Menu" with Hand Embroidery.

AfterTheWeddingbyDebbySchnabel - 36 pieces non-rotating

AfterTheWeddingbyDebbySchnabel - 100 pieces non-rotating

AfterTheWeddingbyDebbySchnabel - 289 pieces non-rotating

AfterTheWeddingbyDebbySchnabel - 100 pieces rotating

AfterTheWeddingbyDebbySchnabel - 289 pieces rotating

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Autumn is Olena Korolova's first quilt of four "Seasons" quilts.  It contains 117 fabrics, 115 of which are from Jinny Beyer collections. It is based on Jinny Beyer's pattern, "Magic Crystal."   Olena's friend and colleague Miri Tsoi quilted Autumn.

AutumnByOlenaKorolova - 36 pieces non-rotating

AutumnByOlenaKorolova - 100 pieces non-rotating

AutumnByOlenaKorolova - 300 pieces non-rotating

AutumnByOlenaKorolova - 100 pieces rotating

AutumnByOlenaKorolova - 300 pieces rotating


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