Quilt Gallery  (21,068 Quilts)

Desert Friends
Name of Maker: Becky Davis
Desert Friends - This was one of the first designs I created in EQ5. I made it for my mom, who lives in the desert.
Jellicle Cats
Name of Maker: Barbara Campbell
Jellicle Cats - Made for a challenge to interpret a poem, I chose Song of the Jellicles by T.S. Elliot. "Jellicle cats are black & white, Jellicle cats are rather small, the Jellicle moon is shining bright, Jellicles come to the Jellicle Ball."
In Praise of blue and yellow
Name of Maker: Barbara Campbell, Designed by:Yolanda Fundora
In Praise of blue and yellow - Designed to showcase the blue and yellow colorways from my Software fabric line printed by Windham Fabrics. (I'm textile designer Yolanda Fundora.)
Bloom by bloom comes the Summer
Name of Maker: Juanita Yeager
Bloom by bloom comes the Summer - Design based on my drawing of flowers. Juried into AQS and other shows and venues.
Poppy #7
Name of Maker: Juanita Yeager
Poppy #7 - Included in artist solo exhibit. Sold as result of exhibit.
Quilt Queen of Diamonds
Name of Maker: self
Quilt Queen of Diamonds - Quilt Queen of Diamonds was made for a contest given by Viking Sewing Machines and JoAnn Fabrics. I won the grand prize -- a new Viking sewing machine. From that contest, I went on to teach, published a book for beginners on making a quilt from start to finish, travelled to some wonderful cities in the US and gave seminars and classes. This quilt changed my life. "Queen" enabled me to meet terrific, creative women who love quilting as much as I do. ....And I've done my share of passing on quilt pox to anyone not innoculated.
ALWAYS WATCHFUL
Name of Maker: Betty Ann Seeman
ALWAYS WATCHFUL - This majestic bird is 20.5 X 24, Eagles are often used to represent our country because of their proud bearing and great courage. In the last few years another trait of the eagle has become necessary for our country, Always Watchful. FOR SALE $700.
A Baltimore Fancy
Name of Maker: Reverse Curves Quilt Club
A Baltimore Fancy - Our Walworth quilt group, Reverse Curves, used patterns adapted from Baltimore quilts along with some original designs. Baltimore Fancy was hand quilted in a one-inch grid. It was raffled at our quilt show to benefit the new local Ronald McDonald house. We raised over $7,000 - a donation larger than some corporate gifts that year. The quilt was won by a lady who hung it on the wall of her two-story staircase. A few years later, we were sad to find out that her roof leaked on the quilt. I still have the patterns and hope someday to duplicate it.
Beyond the Dark Side of the Moon
Name of Maker: self
Beyond the Dark Side of the Moon - This was my first "art" quilt and my contribution to a group challenge to use the "Rainbow Collection" (remember that?) It won a local Best of Show judged by well-known quilt teacher and authority, Becky Herdle (my role model). I learned two good lessons from making this quilt: 1) Never hand quilt what won't show, and 2) Don't trust black fabric to remain black. You won't believe how the black starry background fabric turned a purply gray over the years, even though I kept it in my cedar chest.
September Song
Name of Maker: me
September Song - Based loosely on log cabin, the final "block components" are sized with Fibonacci numbers. The appliqued leaves are setacolor painted cottonwood leaves from a nearby park.
Autumn in Central Park
Name of Maker: Same
Autumn in Central Park - This is a class I teach, using strips to fill the paper pieced areas, and invisible appique for the curved edges rather than curved piecing. I think the color selection was just right.


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