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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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Kathy writes,

"Symphony of Praise is a replica of Instruments of Praise, which now resides in the U.S. National Quilt Museum in Paducah, KY. Both quilts were inspired by Psalm 150: praise Him with the trumpet, harp and lyre, tambourine and dancing, strings and flute, resounding cymbals.

Appliqué was completed by the Royal Inland Hospital Auxiliary Quilters in Kamloops, B.C. My heartfelt thanks go to Gerry Buchanan, Victoria Gray, Peggy Heath, Earla Horne, Audrey MacKenzie, Sonja Marek, Niki Scallon and Ilene Zurowski. I couldn’t have made this quilt again without them!"

Watch Kathy in Show 2605.

SymphonyofPraisebyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

SymphonyofPraisebyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

SymphonyofPraisebyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

SymphonyofPraisebyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Rotating

SymphonyofPraisebyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Rotating

SymphonyofPraisebyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Kristin Goedert

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Four Star? Four Square? Do you know the name of this block? Play Jinny's game and find out the name.

 
 
 

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Kathy's King of Hearts quilt is based on a deck of cards. The four suits surround a Card Trick block. A pattern for this quilt can be found in Kathy's book, Sewflakes: Papercut-Appliqué Quilts.

Learn about Kathy's appliqué quilts in Show 2605.

KingofHeartsbyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

KingofHeartsbyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

KingofHeartsbyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

KingofHeartsbyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Rotating

KingofHeartsbyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Rotating

KingofHeartsbyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Kristin Goedert

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Kathy writes, "The design for this quilt originated with the discovery of a block named “Shepherd’s Light”. I developed the shepherd theme by incorporating imagery from the 23rd Psalm."

From 2003, The Lord is My Shepherd is 67" x 67" and incorporates machine piecing, hand papercut appliqué, and machine quilting.

Watch Kathy in Show 2605.

TheLordismyShepherdbyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheLordismyShepherdbyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheLordismyShepherdbyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheLordismyShepherdbyKathyKWylie - 36 Pieces Rotating

TheLordismyShepherdbyKathyKWylie - 100 Pieces Rotating

TheLordismyShepherdbyKathyKWylie - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Kristin Goedert


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