Quilt Gallery  (20,726 Quilts)

Name of Maker: Kathy McNeil

In Zen Buddhism, an Ensō  "circle" expresses the moment when the mind is free to let the body create. Those are the magic moments of life.

Name of Maker: Dasha Korolova

This quilt appeared thanks to The From Marti Michell Corner Trimmer template. The all of top is sewn with this template. The light blocks are decorated with handmade appliques. Quilt is quilted by hands.

Name of Maker: Tracy Fritchman

I made this quilt for my best friends mother on her 80th birthday Her mother has been a quilter for 60 years and we thought she would love to see

her family in a quilt.  I started with the matriarch in the center in B/W and Sepia tones and then gave each of her 4 daughters a quadrant of the quilt.

As with all families I think children add color to our lives so the quilt got more colorful as I worked my down to the grandchildren. I made sure to

incorporate pictures of the daughters and grandchildren with the quilts this grandma had made for them. She loved it and it hangs in her sewing room

to reminder her of her legacy.

Name of Maker: Karen Snedeker

This was made for a friend in exchange for a beautiful Mah Jongg set that incorporated her love of color and textiles in its restoration.  The quilt is based on the "In Full Bloom" pattern by Sue Spargo.  It was challenging to convert a folk art pattern intended for hand stitching on wool into a contemporary style cotton quilt done completely by machine.  I think the final product retained the spirit of the original pattern and incorporated the style of my friend's work.  Making it was a wonderful tribute to friendships formed through the love of games and fabric arts.

Name of Maker: Same as above

I was selected by Island Batik to be of their featured designers for the spring summer 2017. 


Name of Maker: Same as above

I was selected by Island Batik to be of their featured designers for the spring summer 2017. 


Name of Maker: Janice Smith

While at lunch with friends, I inquired about my friend's parents. She passed around a photo of her parents on her phone which showed her parents out shopping. Her mom at ninety-four uses a cane while her dad at ninety-five prefers to hold on to his wife's pocketbook strap to steady himself. The photo was so endearing that I asked permission to make an art quilt based on it.

Name of Maker: Laura Cowan

This hand pieced, hand quilted quilt took me 9 months to make. Each block is made up of 17 pieces with 8 curved seams. The original design is by Chungsu Lee (2014) and is called "Father's Whistle."

Name of Maker: Susan Hilsenbeck

Small art quilt featuring asymmetric paper-pieced Dresden plates as aerial fireworks. This is my 2017 donation to the SAQA benefit auction. It is a follow-up to last years Dresden Daisies. For more details see https://susieturn.blogspot.com/2017/04/dresden-fireworks.html

Name of Maker: Edie Phillips

This is the forth in my series of confetti pieced art quilts This quilt hangs in my living room. I love to imagine walking

though the arbor on a nice summer day.

Name of Maker: Joan Johnson

This is a portrait of my son Jeremy and his wife Meredith, which hung at their wedding.  It is done in the Marilyn Belford way of making portraits, fusible and stitching.  It hung in the Mid-Atlantic quilt Fest in 2016.  They were married in 2015.

Name of Maker: Joan johnson

This is my interpretation of the stained glass window in the Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral in Houston.  I copied and enlarged and traced the pieces, using fusible. After it was all ironed down, I zig zagged the black lead lines. Quilting was done with monoply thread on the top following the lead lines and matching thread on the back.

Name of Maker: Jackie Nixon-Fulton

This wall quilt was derived from a block from my modern sampler, "Playing Well Together", which was designed for the Modern Quilts Unlimited "Old is New" Block and Quilt Challenge. Each month of the challenge we assigned a traditional block and we were to create an original more modern block.  The tradtional block for this challenge was Drunkard's Path.  In my version, enlarging drunkard's path subunits extend from the middle out in 4 blocks. I used dark purple alternating with shades of orange, green, magenta and teal as the subunits enlarge outward. While the purple unifies it also contrasts with the colors giving luminosity and depth as the colors seem to jump out at you, while at the same time recede into the distance.  Drunkard's Bullseye WOW! was juried into the new exhibit “A Celebration of Color” that debuted at International Quilt Festival in Chicago April, 2017. 

Name of Maker: Karen Kuske

This pantry quilt is an original design based on my Candy Cupboard pattern.  It measures 32" w x 43" h.  The cupboard is pieced.  The food is appliqued, using 100% cotton fabrics and specialty fabrics for the jar lids and glass bowls.  Longarm quilted. The trapunto is done with Hobbs Polydown batting.  The overall batting is Hobbs 80/20.


Name of Maker: Karen Kuske

This landscape quilt (43 3/4" x 28") is based on a photograph by Mike Taylor, Photographer in Maine.  This is a raw-edge applique landscape made with cotton fabrics including batiks. I painted the shadows with Shiva Artist's Painstiks. The lantern light is Angelina fibers and Textiva film. The batting is black Hobbs 80/20.  Quilted on my Viking Sapphire 835.  I enjoy making realistic art quilts, especially with lights and luminescence.



Name of Maker: Kathy Slough

I made this quilt for my sister's 50th birthday incorporating her love of Tinkerbell and pansies.  Using Meg Hawley's Hallowen quilt pattern "Which Witch's boot" I replaced the boot with a wreath of cutout, appliqued flowers as well as machine embroidered flowers.  What brought tears to Nancy's eyes was the fact that I incorporated a pansy doily our late mother made years ago by quartering it and sewing the quarters in the corners of the wreath section. I added other machine embroidered motifs and for the first time used Westalee's quilt rulers to quilt the border. Had fun expanding my quilting horizons!

Name of Maker: Kelly A Hunsberger

Memory quilt made with clothing of client's Grandma along with added cottons.

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