Quilt Gallery  (21,084 Quilts)

ruffled-roses-3
Name of Maker: Shirley Ann Calderwood Fisher

My Ruffled Roses quilt won a President’s award at my local guild’s quilt show this past weekend. I used Ricky’s Poly stuff to prepare all of the hand appliqué and some of the pieced blocks. 

stars-upon-stars
Name of Maker: Peggie Wormington

Made from an Edyta Sitar pattern, a copy of an antique quilt currently located in the Grand Rapids, MI Museum.

Close-up of flanged binding and backing
Name of Maker: Cris Rohn Hartman

I purchased a charm pack of Kaffe Fassett fabrics and paired them with a variety of white tone on tone fabrics to make half square triangles.  I sewed them together in a balanced square design, and used some beautiful Kaffe Fasset feather fabric as an outer border.   I made a flanged binding using another Kaffe fabric.   It is a simple design that I think shows off the variety of beautiful prints that he has designed.  Ellen Abshier machine quilted it with dark blue thread.  

wooly-block-adventure-2018-in-the-garden
Name of Maker: Ellen Eastman

Wool and flannel quilt with blocks from the 2018 Wooly Block Adventure 2018. 

tribute-to-nancy-zieman
Name of Maker: Beth Owen

This quilt was made as a tribute to Nancy Zieman.

myrtle-s-silverspot-butterfly
Name of Maker: Lisa Thorpe

Mrytle's Silverspot Butterfly - The Endangered Specis Series

I have started a series of art quilts highlighting the endangered species from my northern California county of Sonoma. I am enjoying learning about each of these animals and highlighting the plight of habitat loss in their potential extinction. I'm also enjoying the challenge of creating something informative and beautiful and engaging. Each art quilts uses all my hand printed, stamped and dyed fabric along with digitally painted images of the endangered animal featured. it is 36"x24" inches on linen and cotton

crystal-farm-bom-2018
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. 

velvet-eyes
Name of Maker: judyc

 Made for donation to Sacred Threads' Eye Contact Project

window-to-the-world-oh-the-possibilities-3
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.

my-lonestar-is-happy
Name of Maker: Diane Dubay

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


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