Quilt Gallery  (21,009 Quilts)

With love to my Vilde
Name of Maker: Marianne Gjesdal Lyngås
With love to my Vilde - My quild gave us a pattern of an heart to do applique this year. I made some blocks with this heart an started to play a little. I did not know what I whanted it to be . I was also at the same time thinking of making a bedcover for my dauther and suddently this quilt grew from a table quilt to a single bed quilt to my dauther. I used foto transfer on my printer. There are 8 pitcures of Vilde in the quilt. I used "quilt as you go" technique.
With Love
Name of Maker: Linda Flynn
With Love - This was a quilt I made or my son and daughter-in law before their wedding.
With a Little Help From My Friends
Name of Maker: Cheryl Moncrief
With a Little Help From My Friends - This is the quilt I made from the Friendship HST Exchange. It is the Depression Block and has sashing and a saw tooth border. Quilted with decorative stitches with walking foot.
With a Little Help from My Friends
Name of Maker: Terrie Sandelin
With a Little Help from My Friends - This quilt uses the Pyramid Triangle foundation from Miniatures in Minutes (published by C&T Publishing) -- the QLD can be downloaded from my website: http://terriesandelin.com
witchy poo
Name of Maker: vickie van dyken
witchy poo - I made this for a Fall Quilt Walk Challenge. It won the Peoples Choice Award at the Quilt Walk!
Witchy Night
Name of Maker: luke21
Witchy Night - Pieced background with fused applique features.
Witch Is In
Name of Maker: ChrisD
Witch Is In
Name of Maker: Kit Rosskamp
Witch - Appliqued mini quilt.
Wisteria Rambling
Name of Maker: Helen Stubbings
Wisteria Rambling - This quilt was designed, pieced and colourque'd by me. The quilting was designed and done by Tracey Browning. We were invited to design and make two quilts for the 2007 Quilt for a Cure projects for 2007 in conjunction with Universal Magazines and Lloyd Curzon Textiles. The quilt project will appear in the SEpt issue of Quilters Companion and will then be auctioned off with proceeds going to the Breast Cancer foundation. We did another for HOmespun Magazine...
Name of Maker: Marcy Lawrence
Name of Maker: Mark L. Sherman
Wisteria - Turned edge machine applique ( artist's own method ) , Longarm quilted A-1 Longarm, over 2,500 hour project. Currently part of the permanent collection of the National Quilt Museum, Paducah Kentucky.
Name of Maker: Anneliese Bopp
Wisteria - This quilt was designed for a coworker on her retirement. She had recently had a trellis installed and planted wisteria. She plans on spending her time gardening.
Wishing My Summer Vacation Could Last All Year
Name of Maker: Jeanne Turner McBrayer and six other piecers
Wishing My Summer Vacation Could Last All Year - This quilt resulted from an online swap of four-inch blocks over a period of more than a year. The swapped blocks tended to be seasonal in nature. I finished the top one August just before I had to go back to my teaching job. The seasons are arranged in rows from fall to summer, just like the school year. The background of my favorite butterflies, dragonflies, and flowers makes me think of summer all year.
wishes come true
Name of Maker: gwen Gates
wishes come true - the horse is pieced from a chickadee charms pattern the corners are 8 point pieced stars. the theme was wishesdreams of patients at st judes I chose katie's dream to have a horse. the machine embroidery on the lower half says " when riding a horse we borrow freedom" also if you look very closely the fabric I choose for the saddle says " thru the darkness take me home" I felt both the quotes expressed the wishes of little katie.
Wish you were Here
Name of Maker: Diane Wick
Wish you were Here - I belong to a Stitch group where we occasionally design a Challenge for ourselves. This was to be titled "Wish you were Here." I decided to render portraits of my parents using tsinko inks and surround them with scanned portions of their letters to one another during their long (49 year) military marriage that included about 20 years of separation. I have boxes of those letters and the family treasures them, of course. Once the drawings were done and surrounded by the letter fragments, I designed a red border crazy quilt style, and added a blue star in the center. I wanted the finished quilt to resemble the banners shown around town in the homes of those who have a soldier serving overseas. The quilt won the "Martha's Choice" award at the Heritage Quilters of Huntsville bi-annual quilt show in 2005.
Wish you were Here
Name of Maker: sewgentle
Wish you were Here - Made this quilt for the S.T.U.D. swap in Flickr last May. The theme was "wish you were here". This was the scene outside my bedroom window.
Wish Upon a Star
Name of Maker: Amy Belue
Wish Upon a Star - Created for my daughter's high school graduation in 2001.
Wish Upon a Star
Name of Maker: Kate Seinor
Wish Upon a Star - This is for my Granddaughter Jasmine, she absolutely loves it because it is bright and happy. It's called Wish upon a Star and hope all her wishes come true.
Wish Upon A Star
Name of Maker: Sherry reynolds
Wish Upon A Star - I designed, pieced and free motion quilted this, for the 2011 Rocky Mountain Quilt Foundation raffle quilt. The quilt brought in over $5,000 dollars, with all proceeds going to benefit Childsafe Foundation of Ft. Collins.

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