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Name of Maker: Hannele Wakkari

I made a lovely Valentine's Day table runner for our kitchen table

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

Wedding quilt for step-son, Phillip, and his bride, Shannon.

Shannon had a red theme, and asked for family to wear red - any shade of red.

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

Pieced scrap quilt for charity Oz Comfort Quilts for distribution to someone impacted by the 2019/2020 summer bushfires in Eastern Australia.

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

Based on a Spoonflower panel, with added border and name panel.  Made for my step-son's step-grandson.

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

Starts with a Batman panel, with added borders and modified to cover the 'Coloring Book' text on the moon with 'and Harry'.

Outline quilting on the panel.

Made for my great great nephew, Harry.

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

I started with Apple Blossom Fairy panel and added log cabin blocks in the main colours (green/yellows on one half and pink/red on the other half), plus a name panel.

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

Made for charity Ox Comfort Quilts for distribution to a child impacted by the Australian bushfires in summer of 2019/2020.

Uses a dinosaur panel, cut into its constituent pictures, each framed in bright plain homespun and sashed in black.

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

Tula Pink's Paper Hearts quilt design from the book 'Sew Red', made in purples as a wedding quilt for my purple-loving daughter-in-law.  Free motion quilted, including fearhered hearts in each of the heart blocks.

Name of Maker: Sandra Fisher

Tried a new technique and enjoyed the process

Name of Maker: Linda McCann

2019 Block of the Month by Becky Goldsmith. I chose black gold and beige for my colours. I chose not to do the applique border but the optional border.I quilted it it on my Simply Sixteen longarm

Name of Maker: Monique Kleinhans

Made by thread painting each flower from Frond Fabric and applique them onto the pieced quilt using the pattern Zen. from Blue Underground. 

Name of Maker: Joyce Triezenberg

This was TQS BOM for 2014 designed by Janet Stone.  I used an olive green polka dot fabric for the background instead of cream or some other light neutral.  I machine quilted the quilt on my long arm quilting machine with blue, green,  and black Bottom Line thread as well as accents in gold metallic thread all by Superior. Although barely visible, I quilted the entire alphabet in the outer black border. I added heat set crystals as accents to all the blocks.  Each letter of the alphbet has a crystal, too. You can see more details on my blog at https://quiltsbyjoyce.blog/2016/08/31/a-to-z-for-ewe-and-me-completed/    .

Name of Maker: Karen Grover

This quilt is a combination of Sue Garman's Bed of Roses and my layout.  After watching the 2020 BOM show, I realized I had never posted it at TQS.  I wanted to do something a bit different, so I did the applique out of Kaffe Faucett fabrics and combined it with a Civil War Reproduction red background and some lime green.  I enterd it in Houston and won an Honorable Mention.  I was fortunate to communicate with Sue prior to her death.  She and I had a nice conversation about how I chose to quilt it and why I chose the colors I did.  How I wish I could have met her.  

Name of Maker: Theresa - Grandma T.

My granddaughter, Emersyn, loved horses as a young child. This quilt still hangs in her bedroom - she's 13 years old now.

Name of Maker: Connie Adams

Cotton fabric and batting, machine pieced, machine quilted.

Black & Yellow 60-30 (full quilt)
Name of Maker: Randa Mulford

I created this quilt as a sample for a 60-30 Kaleidoscope class that I was teaching. It uses Paula Nadelstern mandala and other prints.

Name of Maker: Anne Brennan and Margaret Montague Geldart

Quilting was central to our mother/daughter bond, taking us from international quilt festivals to guild retreats together. Yet our tastes in fabrics and techniques were so different that we’d never collaborated on a quilt before.

When we saw this pattern (“And to All a Good Night” by Sue Garman), we knew we had to make it together, because Margaret loved hand appliqué and Anne loved machine piecing.

Margaret passed away with Anne by her side while the quilt was hanging in a show.

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