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Yo-Yo Lady
Name of Maker: hereca622
Yo-Yo Lady - There are 400 Yo-Yos in this miniature quilt. I was a member of a ladies group that met once a week at a member's home. We worked on whatever project each of us had in progress, talked, laughed and ate. I became known as the YO-YO Lady while working on this project. Twelve years later, I am still good friends with some of the ladies and they still point out yo-yos to me.
Yo-Yo Quilt
Name of Maker: pattyquilts4u
Yo-Yo Quilt - This quilt comes from blocks I won at our guild retreat. To make it scrappier, I cut the blocks in half both ways and rearranged. It looked vintage, so I added yo-yos.
Yo-Yos Cubed Ornaments
Name of Maker: Denise A. Buchwalter-Losczyk
Yo-Yos Cubed Ornaments - These 3 dimensional yo-yo ornaments are my own design. I first made them in the 1990s. I sold them at the Illinois Artisans Shop in Chicago, IL, during holiday season. I've recently redesigned them and created a related pincushion design. The pattern is available on www.Patternspot.com, at http://patternspot.com/patterns/sewing-patterns/4705-yo-yos-cubed-pincushion-amp-3-ornaments.
Yo-Yos Cubed Pincushion
Name of Maker: Denise A. Buchwalter-Losczyk
Yo-Yos Cubed Pincushion - This 3 dimensional yo-yo design, is from my own design. I first came up with a design for a related Yo-Yo Ornament in the 1990s, and I have wanted to share the designs for awhile. The pattern is available on www.Patternspot.com, at http://patternspot.com/patterns/sewing-patterns/4705-yo-yos-cubed-pincushion-amp-3-ornaments. Pattern also includes instructions for 3 variations of the Yo-Yos Cubed Ornament design.
Yogi in the Garden
Name of Maker: Laurie Russman
Yogi in the Garden
YOP

YOP

Name of Maker: Robin Gibeson
YOP - This YOP quilt I made in a class at Asilomar one year. I forget the teacher's name at the moment! I call it YOP for = yellow, orange and purple quilt. I wasn't thrilled using the orange but at the teacher's urging, I did. My friend Judy liked it so much (why, I don't know :P ) so she owns it now. :)
Yosef's quilt
Name of Maker: Rachel Hershberg
Yosef's quilt - Gift for my son.
Yosemite falls
Name of Maker: Ann Laffin and Bunny Henningsen
Yosemite falls
You & I: The Q-H Bond
Name of Maker: Heather V.
You & I: The Q-H Bond - This is a blue-to-red color change quilt with DNA/elongated chain border, and recycled denim (from our family) for the back, created for my husband, a chemist. Machine pieced & quilted on domestic machine.
You Are a Star
Name of Maker: Gerri
You Are a Star - I made this quilt for my sister, because she is a star, she would give anyone the shirt off her back, so for that reason I designed (on EQ6), pieced and longarm quilted this quilt for her.
You are in my heart
Name of Maker: Nannette Demmler
You are in my heart - Hawaiian quilt designed by Nancy Chong of Pacific Rime Quilts to commemorate 9/11.
You Are My Lucky Star
Name of Maker: MLinMI
You Are My Lucky Star - This is a quilt I made for my grandmother in 2003. I chose the roses fabric because my grandmother loves roses and the collection reminded me of her Royal Dalton tea cups that she loved. In 2004 she was moved to a nursing home, so this quilt came back to me.
You Are My Sunshine
Name of Maker: Susan Kraterfield
You Are My Sunshine - Portrait of my daughter as a toddler, ghosted with sunflowers.
You Are My Sunshine
Name of Maker: lbarnes
You Are My Sunshine - This was one of my first quilts and I thought this would be a great nap time quilt for a younger child. It was my first excursion into choosing my own fabrics.
You Are the Brightest Part of My Day
Name of Maker: Snappy Turtle
You Are the Brightest Part of My Day - This quilt is based upon the song my son wrote for his bride. Unique in illustrating their relationship, hearts dancing, and "my feet fell in love with your feet".
You Can Visit But You Can't Share My Hammock
Name of Maker: Jeannette Lloyd
You Can Visit But You Can't Share My Hammock - We are having a Quilt Contest called Florida In Fabric ...wish you were here...at the Ruth Funk Fiber Art Museum located at Florida Institute of Technology where I work. This quilt is my submission to the contest. So excited. Im a forests girl and this place is where i went everyday to unwind and think. I love spanish moss and ferns.
You Go Cowgirl!
Name of Maker: Sheron Jackson
You Go Cowgirl! - The images are enlarged, vintage post-cards transferred to fabric sheets. I used western theme fabrics to create the "frames" for the images. It was my first attempt at machine quilting so there are a few mistakes. I used mono filament thread....never again!
You Grow Girl
Name of Maker: Cheryl Moncrief
You Grow Girl - A photo transfer of this beautiful girl was made for a Silent Auction to raise money to help aid her battle with leukemia. Kaleidoscopes and Seminole piecing in the borders.



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