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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow - Forest Fire
Name of Maker: Rhonda Denney
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow - Forest Fire - Entry for Ricky Tims' MicroCosmos show in February 2007, LaVeta, CO. The show theme was "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow". This is set of 3 mini-quilts (called a triptych) that represent the artist's view of a forest fire. Yesterday is the forest fire itself. Today shows new growth, starting with Fireweed in the forest. Tomorrow shows new pine tree seedlings growing out of the charred remains of a tree trunk. Many different fabrics and fibers were used to create these mini-quilts.
Yes, Pansies!!
Name of Maker: PinePatcher
Yes, Pansies!! - Made for the Arizona Quilters Guild Fall Business Meeting October, 2007. Theme: 'A Quilter's Basket - A tisket, a tasket, are there flowers in your basket?' Yes, Pansies!! I used hand painted fabric for the background, silk flower leaves and Pansies fussy cut from theme fabric. I took green and yellow fabric strips, folded, then woven into the basket. The basket is sewn down on the sides and bottom leaving the top open so the moss can be put into the basket.
Yes, Christmas is coming
Name of Maker: Janet Dyer
Yes, Christmas is coming - I followed Alex Anderson's class on The Quilt Show.com when I made this quilt. It is paper pieced and long arm quilted.
Yellowstone Revisited
Name of Maker: Debbie Wolf
Yellowstone Revisited - Log cabins around fabric panels purchased during our recent trip to Yellowstone. Because the panels were both horizontal and vertical photos, the quilt had to be designed with that in mind. After putting it on the design wall, I quickly realized that it needed something for accent and to break up the tedium of the log cabin strips. I decided to add an appliqué border from the Backwoods Design Appliqué Book. I was so happy to have finally figured out a design to highlight the fabric panels and finish the quilt. The quilting was done by my friend and fellow TQS member on her new long arm. She incorporated feathers and a beautiful leaf design in the log cabin blocks. She also did a soft wave design over each of the fabric panels which was the perfect quilting accent for them.
Yellow Whimzy
Name of Maker: Barb Olson
Yellow Whimzy - Painterly yellow flower on pink background. Heavily machine quilted. Part on Barbs painterly image series. Patterns available ay www.barbaraolsonquiltart.com or Facebook mall.

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