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Name of Maker: Linda Shields
"We Remember" - My 9-11 memorial quilt features headlines and newspaper photos of 9-11. Stars of David illustrate that we were attacked because we support the right of Israel to exist.
Name of Maker: Ruby Hoffman
"What do you call a group of ripe avocados?" - Made for "Art of the Avocado" contest for Avocado Festival in Fallbrook April 20, 2008. Second time I have done "Hand Applique".
Name of Maker: Karren Mitchell & Sue Anthony
"When Someone Touches Our Lives for Good" - Design taken from book, "Open a Can of Worms", by Debbie Caffrey. The squares werecreated from Moda "Portobello Market" charm packs. This quilt was pieced and quilted in 2 weeks as a gift for a very special friend.
Name of Maker: Linda Shields
"Who do you say that I am?" - Jesus' question to Peter echoes throughout history, asking us to answer. Is Jesus a liar, a madman, or Savior and Lord? "Who do you say that I am?"
Name of Maker: Betty Ann Seeman
"Wild Ride" - This quilt was designed in Corel Draw and the fabric printed on my home printer. I used Ricky Tims basic Rhapsody design technique and gave it a Betty spin. I designed piecable areas within the design. One quarter of the design was then painted in Corel Photo Paint. Media line effects were added to the line drawing and the two combined. Four quarters printed and then quilted.
Name of Maker: Amanda Jane Hussein
"With Love for Johnny and Ricky" - This was the first quilt I made on my own, from a pattern.
Name of Maker: SBMathis
"You have my heart in your hands" - To my darling T.K., please accept a token of all the love I have for you. The title refers to her own hand shapes and a small hearts she drawn when she was 6. Being full-time RVer the quilt was started in Christmas, Florida and completed in Prevost, Qc, Canada. Nevertheless, the fabric was purchase at the "Homespun Craft Emperium" of Saskatoon, SK, Canada August 1st, 2001. "Your" grandma, ViVi
#1; Memory Quilt
Name of Maker: Debi Rodriguez
#1; Memory Quilt - This is a memory quilt made for my son using strips from his father's shirts with rail fences and windows quilt pattern and clouds.
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Name of Maker: Debi Rodriguez
#2; - I took a class to make this quilt because I wanted to learn the latest stripping, piecing, and quilting techniques. The quilt was given to a nephew's newborn son.
#369 Winter's Song
Name of Maker: Barbara Stack
#369 Winter's Song - This quilt is not appliqued The birds are sewn into blocks Only Wings are appliqued on I quilted it with Red Green And white varigated thread in a Stipple design
#3: Charity Quilt
Name of Maker: Debi Rodriguez
#3: Charity Quilt - The pattern was inspired and adapted from the design on the fabric. This is a charity quilt.
#41 Hannah's
Name of Maker: Angela Neff
#41 Hannah's "Outside the Box" Quilt - I made this quilt for my 17 year old daughter in colors she wanted because they matched her room.
$5 Block of the Month
Name of Maker: Kathryn
$5 Block of the Month - This pattern is not shown on Under the Garden Moon's website. The Fabric Patch did this as a $5 Block of the Month and used this pattern. She provided part of the pattern each month, we provided our own fabric. Many people did not like the 5-1/2 inch squares. I didn't mind at all. I would have liked to have been guided a bit on fabric selection as I would have liked a bit more Kansas Troubles type of fabrics, but these brights turned out great.
'89 Quake
Name of Maker: Jan Scott
'89 Quake - Quilt squares were on my design wall when the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake struck. A beginning quilter, I lived a few miles from the San Andreas Fault in California.
bits-and-pieces
Name of Maker: NA

Whilst watching  Linda Pumphrey on Show No 2212 back last summer I was fascinated by her story of the block designs shown on the reverse of the Mountain Mist wrappers.  I immediately fell in love with the block pattern being used for the demonstration and decided to use it as the basis for a new quilt, which I have just finished.

The block I had chosen had been originally an applique pattern but as I usually make hand quilted wholecloth quilts, I decided to use the one applique shape to make my main design, adding additional pieces of lace, twisted cord for the flowers and the odd bead here and there.  I started with the initial square on point in the middle and built up the design as I went along.

I used silk dupion and a Liberty Tana Lawn for the main applique pieces.  The main quilting design is backstitch quilted and painted in parts with additional Colonial knots around some of the edgings.

Thank you TQS for giving me such inspiration for this quilt and for the pleasure I get watching all the fascinating Shows you make.

'Lowers & Butter'lies
Name of Maker: Roberta Meldrum
'Lowers & Butter'lies - Blocks were made in 2000 and put together, quilted and embellished in 2005.
'Lowers & Butter'lies (detail)
Name of Maker: Roberta Meldrum
'Lowers & Butter'lies (detail)
'O Happy Day
Name of Maker: Mindy Marik
'O Happy Day - This quilt started from an antique crazy quilt block challenge.



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