Quilt Gallery  (21,068 Quilts)

Name of Maker: Shari Ortega
"The Disconnect" - I had just found out a few days before this class my dh has Parkinsons. The feelings of frustrations and unreality show in the colors.. the design just shows how disconnected you become from the real world. It could also show some lostness associated with alzheimers too..like the packman of the 70's just taking away your life piece by piece..
Name of Maker: Karen Hull
"The Barrel Racer" - I bought the laser cut kit, with the applique, but I purchased the fabric used at my local quilt shop and used my own design to place the applique on. Given to my grandson's girl friend who barrel races.
Name of Maker: Pat Bennett
"Textures of my life" - This quilt was donated to AAQ for their 2009 auction.
Name of Maker: Louanne Graeber
"Texas Our Texas" - I first saw this quilt at the Houston International Quilt Festival in 1999. I bought the pattern at that time. I am a born and bred Texan and I really like what the designer did with this quilt.
Name of Maker: Ann Laffin
"Ten" - This was a challenge by my quilt guild. 1.A piece of striped fabric 2.A curve somewhere in the quilt 3.Must include 10 of something. 4.A nine-patch block 5.A log cabin block 6.Triangles in the border 7.A star 8.Something brown 9.A house 10. An animal
Name of Maker: Deb Bowers
"Sunshine" and Shadow - I bought April Cornell's Sunshine Fat Quarter Bundle this spring and this quilt was the result. I had just enough material to piece the top with very little left over. This was the first bed sized quilt that I quilted on a domestic machine.
Name of Maker: Lashonne Abel
"Stream of Consciousness" - This is an art quilt , hand drawn and designed by me, it is all raw edge applique finished with a blanket stitch. It is based on a memory of mine from my childhood. This quilt means the world to me, as it is my very first completed art quilt, it was a semi finalist in the AQS Paducah Show in 2008. It was also accepted into the Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza in 2007. One very unique thing about this quilt is the "face" that appears in the upper left mid center of the quilt, I did not plan the design that way, it just happened to be a combination of the fabric pattern and the quilting , and I did not notice it until the quilt was completed! But it appears that the "night sky" is a female looking down on the emerging butterfly...pretty cool! Photography by Gregory Case Photography.
Name of Maker: Patti Hempen
"Stars Over The Tropics" (Judge's Choice 2006) - Kaleidoscopic stars shine over a secondary pattern of crosses, each embellished with a gold satin-stitched broderie perse applique flower.
Name of Maker: Debbie Jones Williams
"Stars of the Seussery" - Star centers contain embroidered Dr. Seuss characters, to match owner's nursery.
Name of Maker: Wilma Moss
"Stars for a New Day" - My version of the Block of the month 2009. I used fabrics from my stash, starting with the purple paisley and building out from that with colors from the paisley and others that seemed to "play" together.
Name of Maker: Oasis
"Star Light, Star Bright" - This child's quilt is named "Star Light Star Bright" from QIAD's newest book "Day and Night". It is being submitted for a trunk show in the QIAD tent in Paducah, KY at the Quilt show. All quilts shown will then be donated to a women's shelter. This is the first time to try the pattern so made up a lap size.
Name of Maker: Jeannette
"Square in Square"
Name of Maker: Holly McDonough
"Spruce it up" - I Loved the design when I saw it in a magazine(Swirling Branches by RaNaeMerrill) and I love spruce trees so this is a combination of both!!
Name of Maker: FabricArtByKay
"Split OaK" Near Land Bridge Trail Head - Both halves of this “Split Oak” are still alive. It is near the Land Bridge Trailhead of the Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway in Ocala, FL. This is a section of the Florida National Scenic Trail to reach the Land Bridge that crosses Interstate 75 and is a safe passage for hikers, equestrians and bicyclists. I used the "Scribble Applique" technique Ricky teaches in the Super Quilt Seminar.
Name of Maker: Wilma Moss
"Spin Out" - Our guild had a workshop in which we learned to make a "cheater" monkey wrench block. I designed this setting so my quilt would be different from the others. Also it made it large enough for a king-sized bed.
Name of Maker: Katherine Anderson
"Spaced Out" - I made the small beige blocks (5 3/4") and then decided to float them in the quilt. So each large 12 inch block has a beige block floating somewhere in it. I did this to create floating images. I made this for a prayer quilt for a man that has not be given out yet. It will have some prayer ties once it is determined who will receive it.


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