Quilt Gallery  (21,016 Quilts)

You Must Be Croaking
Name of Maker: Jan Zylman
You Must Be Croaking - Multicolored batik frogs + 1 large applique frog
You Said You Wanted Bright Colors
Name of Maker: Nancy Oakes
You Said You Wanted Bright Colors - Lots of angles - diamonds, triangles, etc. with bright colors mixed with white. Great scrappy look.
You Wanna Play Ball With Me?
Name of Maker: Linda Whitney
You Wanna Play Ball With Me? - This is my very first quilt. I gave it to a friend for her first baby.
You're a Star!
Name of Maker: Quiltsncatz
You're a Star! - I started this quilt in a class offered by a local quilt shop; no pattern provided. I made this for my son, who requested red and blue.
You're Beary Welcome
Name of Maker: Cindy Nason
You're Beary Welcome - Made on the event of his adoption. Set in masculine colors.
You're Turning Violet, Violet!
Name of Maker: Brenda Ferrario
You're Turning Violet, Violet! - Attending the Ricky Tims Super Quilt Seminar in Livermore in 2008 and also inspired by Ricky's Quilt Show episode, I was intrigued by the process of making this quilt. I usually plan everything in advance and it was a challenge for me to "be suprised" and let the design happen. I really enjoyed the process of seeing it evolve. A very fun quilt to make. Thanks to the Show and Tell, it motivated me to complete it. Loved the process....thanks so much!
You've Lost That Celtic Feeling
Name of Maker: Danette Mollere
You've Lost That Celtic Feeling - Sheryl Till designed this mystery quilt to look like a Celtic pattern when done. I did lots of free motion machine quilting as I am getting good at it. This quilt is currently on my bed.
Young Soldier
Name of Maker: Brandy Lynn Maslowski
Young Soldier - Upon hearing of the death of a young Canadian Trooper killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan in 2007, I was torn with grief at the notion that my cousin, his best friend who had survived the explosion, would have to deal with that vision and such a profound loss for the rest of his life. This art quilt is made to honour Canadian families suffering the loss of a loved one and the Canadian soldiers still suffering from post traumatic stress.
Your Dollar Can Make a Big Star
Name of Maker: Bonnie Caldwell
Your Dollar Can Make a Big Star - I donated this quilt for a fundraiser for our High School Athletic Dept.
Your USA Family
Name of Maker: Beth Schmitz
Your USA Family - Got hand prints from all immediate cousins, aunts,uncles and grandparents from USA and appliqued them to quilt blocks with hand written names to show her American side of the family.
Youthful Hubris
Name of Maker: Georjana Mauldiin
Youthful Hubris - I took this class at the local quilt shop - Patchwork Place, Norman Ok. I planned to make this quilt for my niece who is attending Oklahoma State University in the honors program. I made if for her dorm room. The fabric has cats, dogs, hairdryers, flowers, suns, perfume bottles, books, etc. I selected a lot of the fabrics from the children's section of the quilt store. It is bright and wonderful. The teacher taught the class using Aunt Gracie's - which I love - but I wanted something different. So this is bright and beautiful. I'd paper piece again. I also used a fusible to add the hearts in the middle of the diamonds.
Yoyoville
Name of Maker: Cindy Pelkey
Yoyoville
Yubi Sensation
Name of Maker: Carol Havnaer
Yubi Sensation - The quilt was created from a photo by Steve Havnaer. The photo was printed onto fabric and machine quilted. Design adapted from Mary Ellen Krantz class on Photo Quilts.
Yule Logs
Name of Maker: Mary taylor
Yule Logs - After completing 4 blocks, and sewed them together, I embroidered designs in the white section. The embroidery designs are from Advanced Embroidery Designs, and Joyce Drexler's Angels. The border is made of blocks with embroidery in each.
Yule Tree
Name of Maker: Simone
Yule Tree - A little quilt made for a class that I have performed on the last meeting of the italian association of patchwork QUILT ITALIA the last november. A christmas tree made using a simplified celtic way. Quilted by machine using McTavishing for the filling and Phylippa Naylor's feather on the two long borders.
Yuletide Joy
Name of Maker: Round Robin group
Yuletide Joy - Members of an Internet Round Robin group each contributed a block (or connector blocks) to this quilt. Label on back lists names and locations (throughout Canada and USA).
Yuletide Splendor
Name of Maker: Debbie Williams
Yuletide Splendor - Bonnie's pattern done in Christmas colors



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