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Name of Maker: Val.Giles & Prue.Wheel

My friend Prue Wheel and I have made this quilt.I made the two right hand panels & Prue made the left hand ones.

We each then quilted & attached the panels using a quilt as you go technique.

Name of Maker: Carol Moellers

This was a quilt I made for the 2017 Iowa Shop Hop Challenge.  Our region of Iowa was given the fall theme and a pre-selected set of specialty designed fabrics produced by Wilmington Fabrics to create a quilt to inspire the quilters throughout the state with projects.  The challenge rules were to incorporate as many of the specialty fabrics and we could add any accent colors that gave the final project a fall look and feel.  I choose the pumpkin seed or orange peel block and changed the scale of the blocks which ran diagonally across the middle.  The quilt is a table topper and is simply quilted with a large meander.  After watching the Mary Kerr show I thought it would be fun to share this quilt.  It is modern but is based on a very old pumpkin seed block.  


Name of Maker: Anne Marcellis

This quilt was pieced (no raw edges), cutting  & sewing random shapes. I learned this technique from Sheila Frampton-Cooper and added my own spin to it. It was fun to free motion quilt different motifs in each shape. I used my Babylock Elisimo gold domestic sewing machine throughout the quilt.  So much fun!

Name of Maker: NancyinSTL

Made for a cheerleader graduating from high school.  This was my first T-shirt quilt, which includes a cheerleader uniform (partially set-in), sweatshirts, detachable hair bows (pinned on using eyelets) and tees.  I used woven fusible interfacing and cotton pieced quilt blocks as fillers.  Each block was custom quilted on my domestic sewing machine.  Backing fabric by Tula Pink.

Name of Maker: Annedore Neumann

Tomorrow, this year's "Tour de France" will run through my hometown and whizz past the corner of  my street. That's the reason why my "Reverse of the Medal" welcomes the peloton in the local pharmacy.
As a sports addict, I was disillusioned and upset by last years’ doping affairs and the tearful confessions of some convicted racing cyclists.
NADA and WADA information disclosed the apparently common abuse of “supportive substances”, even in unexpected disciplines.
These athletes defraud their competitors and us, the fans, but also put their health and life at risk – to gain medals, break records, keep crowd and sponsors satisfied : “To win silver is to lose gold !”

Expecting to add an update some day soon, I finished the right edge with a divisible zipper. On the back, I printed tattoo bicycle gears.

The quilt was on display in shows in England, Japan and the States.


Name of Maker: Peggy Richards

Took a work with Nancy Amidon. The project was Nesting Goose by P3Desighs, Pearl Pereira.


Name of Maker: Ellen Eastman

Wall quilt from a Linda Ballard class.

Name of Maker: Ellen Eastman

Sashiko wall hanging from a class

Name of Maker: Ellen Eastman

2-Color applique quilt

Name of Maker: Ginny Flock

Feel the red glow of the sunshine!   The New York Beauty quilt block is so stunning!  After taking a class with Peggy Martin in 2014 called Quick Strip Paper Piecing, I decided that I was up to the challenge of making a quilt using the New York Beauty.  As a beginner at that time, this was my first attempt at foundation paper piecing!

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