Quilt Gallery  (21,102 Quilts)

Autumn Lone Star Quilt
Name of Maker: Mary Fairgrieve
Autumn Lone Star Quilt - The colors of autumn outside my sewing room window in October 2005 inspired this quilt's color choices. I had the pattern for months and could not decide what fabrics to use...nature guided me instead!
Christmas Morning Stars
Name of Maker: Dana Patterson
Christmas Morning Stars - Took a Pat Speth class and wow, did I get hooked on nickels!
Olivia's Garden
Name of Maker: Dana Patterson
Olivia's Garden - I liked the design presented on the HGTV website as a block of the month, but it was too homogenous for me and I have a little Granddaughter named Olivia. So, my version is Olivia's Garden. I added baby birds in the bird houses and honeybees and butterflies with my Bernina Embroidery Machine. Then, I thought the quilt needed some drama, so I added a kitten hunting the baby birds and a puppy intimidated by a butterfly on his nose. I added some free-motion wood-graining to the fence at the bottom. Also tweaked the colors -- -- quite a bit, actually. It was fun!
The Quilt of Many Colors
Name of Maker: Auntie Bonnie
The Quilt of Many Colors - I used the pattern "Rain Forest" designed by Cyndi Hershey feactured in the Fons and Porter July/Aug 2006 issue....I changed the outside borders and used homemade bias tape instead of the zigzag stitching that the author used. This quilt was a wedding present for my niece and new nephew...made and quilted by Bonnie Botts
Kayley's Quilt
Name of Maker: Sue Erdreich
Kayley's Quilt - Soon-to-be baby gift in my signature bright colors. I adapted Karla Alexander's "Bent Out of Square" because I love the technique and the play of color, and It's perfect for batiks.
Hidden in Plain Site
Name of Maker: myself
Hidden in Plain Site - This quilt pattern was created by me and used as a mystery quilt for my local guild. It was thrilling to see all the different color and fabric combinations after the mystery was finished!
Neutral Stars
Name of Maker: myself
Neutral Stars
Family Library
Name of Maker: myself
Family Library
Out of the Darkness Into God's Light
Name of Maker: Teri Barile
Out of the Darkness Into God's Light - This is the first in a series of quilts that represent my recovery from a serious illness
Flying Colors
Name of Maker: myself
Flying Colors - This quilt was created as a challenge project for the Mason Dixon Quilt Professional Network. The theme was "To Color or Not to Color".
Skeletons From My Closet
Name of Maker: Teri Barile
Skeletons From My Closet - Made for a Day of the Dead Challenge. Represents my not nearly dearly departed art quilter friends at a show and tell
Georgia Stars - Arizona Freedom
Name of Maker: Lyn Leary
Georgia Stars - Arizona Freedom - The basic star patterns were by Marge LaBenne and given out by the Village Quilt Shop in Stone Mountain, Georgia in honor of the 1996 Olympic Games. I made the stars then designed the Twist 'N Turn setting from a book by Sharyn Craig. The quilt was made for the "Freedom" challenge of the Arizona Quilt Guild, Spring 1999.
There and Back Again
Name of Maker: Teri Barile
There and Back Again - After this quilt was displayed at the AQS 2006 show, it was invited to become a part of the "OH WOW!" Miniature Quilt Collection at the AQS Museum. It is 14 x 14"
Fall Majesty
Name of Maker: Debbie Good
Fall Majesty - My husband saw this quilt in a quilt store in Vancouver, Washington and fell in love with it and talked me into making one for him. It was my first attempt at applique and it turned out great!
Feathered Fans
Name of Maker: Debbie Good
Feathered Fans
Pinwheels in Formation
Name of Maker: Debbie Good
Pinwheels in Formation - Made by request for my son's bed. He is in the Marines and currently stationed in Iraq. I'm storing it for safekeeping until he returns later this year.
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Name of Maker: NA
Relaxin OnThe Lake
Name of Maker: Teresa Davis
Relaxin OnThe Lake
Greeting the Days
Name of Maker: Kathy Bond
Greeting the Days - I wanted to play with some of the design possibilities using mariner's compass blocks and this is my first attempt. I learned a lot with this project and enjoyed the whole process. I've decided I totally love bright yellow against a very dark purple. :)
Work in Progress
Name of Maker: Jan Ring
Work in Progress - Pieced and quilted by hand from scrap fabrics. Mostly sewn in long meetings called the Work in Progress meetings where the mind was active but hands needed something to do.