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Name of Maker: Debbie Rice

Completed piecing the 2018 BOM by Edyta Sitar.  It is not quilted yet as I am relying tomdecide on borders.  I am thinking of a 3 border quilt.  Small beige border, then a slightly larger pink and finally a larger dark green.   Suggestions?  

I plan on machine quilting with domestic machine. 

Name of Maker: judyc

 Made for donation to Sacred Threads' Eye Contact Project

Name of Maker: NA

This is a portrait quilt I make from a picture I took of my grandson when he was 18 months old.  I used the technique I learned from Lea McComas in her online portrait quilt class a few years ago on The Quilt Show website.  The scene in the window of the storm door was created with a technique I learned from Gloria Loughman's book Radiant Landscapes.  The hardest part was the plaid shirt I created using Cayl Bryer Fallert's appli-piecing technique.  This quilt was accepted and displayed in both the Daytona and the Spring Paducah AQS shows in 2018.  At the Georgia National Fair in 2018, it won a First Place award in Medium Quilts, Intermediate, Mixed Techniques category and a Georgia Living Award of Excellence.

Name of Maker: Diane Dubay

This is my Ricky Tims Dad's Lonestar quilt in progress.  I will repost when complete.

Name of Maker: Gail Surrena and friends

This was a group project for one of our dear midwives who was diagnosed with leukemia. I designed the quilt, prepped all 80 blocks and put it all together. Our department (Labor and Delivery) staff helped to color each block. I could have used a lot more, but ended up with a queen-sized quilt as it was. The pattern I chose was attic window. All blocks were colored with Crayola Crayons, then heat set. It was quilted by PM Quilting in Palmer Alaska. The quilt was eventually sent to Seattle for Linda Aldous who was undergoing treatment. Unfortunately she never got to see it. It arrived a day before she passed. We all liked to think Linda knew it was there and that we cared so much for her. This photo was taken at her memorial service with family and friends. Those that did not get to make or sign a block got a chance to not only see the finished quilt but sign it and send well-wishes. Her family received the quilt. 

Name of Maker: Lily Kangas

I enjoyed the process of doing this quilt. I used Paula Nadelstern's kaleidoscope fabric as a centre mandala and did some miniature piecing of flying geese along the inner borders. Then I embellished it with free motion quilting designs. As a final touch, I added crystal embellishments.

Name of Maker: Susan Hilsenbeck

The 34x34 inch wall hanging was made for cat-loving friends and commemorates their white bob tail cat. It was designed in EQ8 and uses paper-pieced cat silhouette designs by Janeen van Niekerk https://quiltartdesigns.blogspot.com/ (purchased on EQ8 store) and slightly modified to bob Max’s tail. It was machine pieced and free-motion quilted by me using some designs inspired by Lori Kennedy. Binding is machine finishing using my signature couched Perle cotton method.

Name of Maker: Anne Blohm

My 1st BLUE RIBBON!!  This was quite a challenging quilt to make, though I learned a lot!

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