Quilt Gallery  (21,047 Quilts)

Name of Maker: Geneva Carroll

This take on a Jean Wells technique was made for my new friend Maria Rosaria Roseo for the IMQE 2017 swap.

Name of Maker: Lynda Hutchison

This mini is a modern interpretation of a tic tac toe game and a comment on our complicated digital world.

Name of Maker: Barbara Lockwood

Made for partner in the Ukraine.

Name of Maker: Paula Martin


Miniature quilt Team 123.  My partner is from Canada and I live in Texas.  Carole & I discovered many things in common.  The one thing we did not share was that she is a professional quilter while I am not.  Oh mercy she is a professional!!  No pressure, right? 

 Well, I found Carol to be a delight. We both live in small towns  that have a  river and a  special bridge.  Her town has Inuksuk which are rocks stacked originally by the Aboriginal people, while our town has the International Rock Stacking competition. 

We choose “Happy” as our theme.   I wanted to design the project myself, but in the end I used a pattern by Kathryn Patterson called “The House That Kaffe Built” published in the 1997 McCalls.  This smaller paperpieced. version was published by McCallsQuilting.com in 2011.


It just seemed perfect for my partner.  It is houses made with Kaffe Fassett fabric, a designer I knew my partner liked.  I had just completed a project with his fabrics and loved the colors in his designs.  Plus she and her husband have built a new home and moved into it in 2017.  Now I am sure I choose the right project for my partner even though it is not my original design

Name of Maker: William Kane

My name is William Kane. My wife and I own a quilt shop in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. I have always wanted to make a miniature quilt but didn’t know what type. A friend of ours had made a full sized Amish quilt and when I saw it I knew this would work as my inspiration. When I joined the IMQE I now had the incintive to start ( and finish)! My IMQE partner, Elaine White, had told me she liked “some color” and I thought this project would have great color and contrast as well. The project was more challenging that I thought it would be as it used fairly small pieces (3/8 inch half square triangles, not paper pieced). I ma now in thhe process of making one for myself.

Name of Maker: Linda Raker
  • My partner loves Dragonflies so that was the inspiration for the quilted gift for her.  Personal lives on both sides of the world got in the way of actually entering both quilts but it has now been gifted.  Painted, hand embroidered, digitized and machine embroidered dragonfly wings, free motion quilting were the techniques used to quilt this small quilt.  Made for the International Quilt Exchange.  
Name of Maker: Wendy Carter Richards

Made for my IMQE partner in Kiev, Ukraine

Name of Maker: Wendy Carter Richards

Made for my exchange partner who lives near London.

Name of Maker: NA

Participation to the 2017 International Miniature Quilt Exchange.

We choose to work around the theme of flowers, in yellow/orange.

Name of Maker: Randa Mulford

This is a sample quilt created for Quilt Market 2018 in Houston to feature Paula Nadelstern's new "More is More" and "Piece & Joy" fabric lines from Benartex.

Name of Maker: Robyn Gold

This quilt was inspired by photos I took while on a vacation driving from New Mexico to north of Durango, Colorado. We drove through stunning landscapes, and I wanted to capture some of them in a quilt. I used portions of photos from both states to create the design for this quilt. The top portion of the quilt is based on photos from northern New Mexico, the rocks on the left side and the cacti are from photos near Baker’s Bridge, Colorado, and the center front rocks are from photos near the Durango library. This was a new way of working for me. Previously I mostly used drawings or clipart to create my designs, but this time I used my own photos as “clipart” for the landscape, though I did use a drawing for the roadrunner, the state bird of New Mexico.

One of my first appliqué teachers was Suzanne Marshall, and she is incredibly good at finding textures in commercially printed fabrics that she can use to achieve the effects she desires. Following her example, all of the fabrics in my quilt are commercially printed cottons. All of the appliqué is needle-turned.

The pretty ribbon is for Best Use of Color in Wall Quilts at the 2018 Pacific International Quilt Festival.

Name of Maker: Stephanie Finnell

This was a miniature version of a magazine pattern using some scraps to create a splash of color inside this tan border. I used the baby blue binding as a reference to blue skies on a day in the park. It measures 19 1/2 by 16 1/2 inches.


Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This is twin sized quilt made in Johnson City,TN for my grandaughter Sophia Joe who's mom said she would like BRIGHT colors!

Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This is a 6" hexagon quilt made in "girls colors" in Johnson City,TN and given to my grandaughter in IA.

Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This is a "boys colors" scrappy 6" hexigon quilt. The pieces came from my stash. I hand pieced it. It now lives with my grandson Caleb in IA. Made in Johnson City,TN. 

Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This Hunters Star was made by me for my daughter who lives in IA. Her husband and their friends hunt for deer so I thought it was an appropriate pattern for them. They just built a house and moved in so it was time for a new quilt! She likes blues so I picked a from Kate Spain for Moda named "Voyage" for the star colors and borders. The orange border is added because there is some orange, pint and turquoise in the fabric and it needed a bright color to make the squares pop.

Get the 2020 Block Of The Month Kit

Top 10 Reasons to Join the Quilt Show!

(Click on the box next to the YouTube logo to enlarge the screen.)

Learn about Apliquick appliqué tools!
Watch Show 1912
with Rosa Rojas (free!)

Apliquick Rods

Apliquick - 3 Holes Microserrated Scissors

 Apliquick Ergonomic Tweezers