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Workshop Sample 2
Name of Maker: alibeoley
Workshop Sample 2 - And then we decided we needed a bright version, so yet another Rail Fence quilt was whizzed up. This one still needs layering and quilting.
Workshop sample with Katherine Guerrier
Name of Maker: Glynne
Workshop sample with Katherine Guerrier - Made with Ricky Timms (sale) fabrics at the Quilters Guild weekend in Stirling June 2011 - a fun workshop with a great teacher.
Name of Maker: KT Gilbert
Worship - Small Mini Art Quilt made from a piece of fabric with African design placed on point. Hemp is used for texture along with swarovski crystals.
Worth the Hike
Name of Maker: Linda Hines
Worth the Hike - I bought this pattern and kit at Mountain Lady Quilt Shop in Estes Park, CO on a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. It is a great reminder of a very scenic trip and also of a fabulous quilt shop. It mostly fusible applique and quilted in the open spaces with various animal motifs and free motion anchoring down the pieces. Makes me want to go back!
Woven Ribbons
Name of Maker: jadugas
Woven Ribbons
Woven Ribbons
Name of Maker: Nancy Thelen
Woven Ribbons - I fell in love with quilt when Jinny Beyers first put it up on her website and I immediately ordered it.
Name of Maker: EILEEN
WOVEN RIBBONS (WOVEN LIVES) - MADE FOR A WEDDING GIFT FOR GRANDDAUGHTER AND BOYFRIEND. WOVEN RIBBONS SEEMED APPROPRIATE FOR TWO VERY CLOSELY WOVEN LIVES! I CHANGED THE BORDERS A LITTLE TO SUIT MY SEWING NEEDS (I can no longer do hand sewing) and embelished the borders with machine embroidery. Very happy with the result but forgot to take a photo. The picture here shows the finished top before quilting.
Woven Sunshine
Name of Maker: LuAnn Kessi
Woven Sunshine - 36 x 45 inch wall quilt. Anna Faustino Woven Quilt Technique, Phil Beaver sunflowers, my original design. See more on my blog: http://luannkessi.blogspot.com/
Woven Treasure
Name of Maker: Lori Brothers
Woven Treasure - This quilt was raffled for the Susan G Koen Breast Cancer Foundation. It was the first raffle done, completely via email to my friends. We raised 800.oo-Yeah. The proud owner/winner is Lynette Mcneil. One of my business associates.
Woven with Love
Name of Maker: Terry Knott
Woven with Love - Inspired by the novel, "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society." Quilted in circles with Superior Rainbow thread using 80/20 hobbs batting. Made a two sided binding. Will be a gift to a new baby at some point.
WOW It's Gunzel
Name of Maker: Barbara Konopa
WOW It's Gunzel - I made this as a class sample and when I finished it I immediately thought of my late father. He loved red. It is machine and hand quilted
Wrapt Up in the Orient
Name of Maker: Dianna
Wrapt Up in the Orient - I love oriental fabric as does my daughter and Sandy's pattern was perfect to adapt plus my own 9 patch swap blocks and borders.
Name of Maker: Susan Henyon
Wren - I made a series of blocks as wallhangings to decorate my kitchen. The walls aren't big enough to accommodate a full wall-hanging.
Wren's Quilt
Name of Maker: Michele Dawson
Wren's Quilt - I wanted to make a baby quilt for a friend, and when I saw this pattern I knew I had to try it. It was a bit challenging, but I really learned a lot.
Name of Maker: Ashley Holbrook
Wrestling - I made this wall hanging for my brother. I did a quilt stitch around all the pieces
Written in Thread
Name of Maker: Janie Wiens
Written in Thread - Embroidery was the first craft I learned as a child, and I still love it. The hand embroidery was done while spending time with friends during our Tuesday morning sewing sessions. This was a fun little quilt to make.

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