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spirit-2
Name of Maker: Edie Phillips

New york  blocks in a interesting design.  The rose in the center is embroidery. added buttons just for fun.

fragmentation-wonderful-words
Name of Maker: Anne-Marie Tye

This was made for the Fragmention challenge of the Contemporary Quilters groups of Quilters Guild of the British Isles.  Words are central to our lives.  They instruct us, describe out thoughts and environment and communicate with it and others.  They can be the harbingers of joy or sorrow.

 

Some words have been lost - blown away on the winds of time as languages come and go.  Most of us can recognise words no matter how they are written: letters missing (some languages even omit vowels), letters jumbled or backwards.  They are so powerful that most of us can read them no matter how jumbled or fragmented they are.

 
blowin-in-the-wind
Name of Maker: Julia Dawson

This quilt was inspired by Alex Anderson's sampler quilt she made in May 2020.  It was designed in EQ8, quilted in the hopp by my Pfaff icon and the embroidery is from Kreations by Kara.  Piping is using Susan Cleveland's technique.

sea-glass-2
Name of Maker: Sue Rapp

Made to showcase my stash of blue-green fabrics.

diamond-in-a-square
Name of Maker: NancyinSTL

Baby quilt made for the first grandchild of church friends.  Fussy cut the inner border from a frieze patterned striped fabric.

cheddar-utopia
Name of Maker: Jill Wirnkar

My original pieced pattern inspired by a Paula Barnes BOM from several years ago, as well at Marti Michell templates, incorporating yummy cheddars, reds and browns.  I did all the quilting on my Bernina 790 without an embrodry unit or stitch regulator, using feathers whenever possible.  The quilt measures 104x104.  I used wool batting to make the feathers pop.

a-quilt-for-jenna
Name of Maker: Mo Pfister

I joined in with the Fat Quarter Shop Designer 2019 Mystery Block of the month. This quilt is for my niece Jenna! 

good-ol-days
Name of Maker: Mo Pfister

This quilt pattern, The Good Ol Days, is from Hugs N Kisses. I was looking for a true sampler that included in so many methods, There is english paper piecing, applique, embroidery, traditional piecing and hexagons. It was a true joy to create.

love-is-patient-and-kind
Name of Maker: Sheri Nemerson

Red work using fabric paints.  Used Alex's pattern.

skullduggery
Name of Maker: Renee Graham

Tula pink fabrics and pattern

my-crazy
Name of Maker: Heather Gomez

Noe of the TQS shows inspired this crazy patch from remnants. Every block is hand embroidered and emellished on every seam. Used corduroy to sash and beaded on top of that. Also hand quilted big stitch style. Got me back into quilting and loved every minute!

bricks-and-cobblestones
Name of Maker: NancyinSTL

Made for my niece's first grandchild.  The mom, my great-niece, loves everything Afrocentric.  So, I made this quilt using scraps of African fabrics that I purchased from a quilt show vendor on my first visit to Paducah many years ago.  I had been waiting for the perfect project and this was it.

lavender-fields
Name of Maker: Sue Jennings

Lovely, easy FPP pattern by Jacqueline de Jonge.  It was a real pleasure to piece and went together beautifully.  I'm not a great piecer, so it must be a great pattern.  I used a variety of batiks from my stash.  Batting was Hobbs Tuscany Wool and quilted using Isacord 40 thread.

modern-matchsticks
Name of Maker: Sue Jennings

This is a mini swap quilt I made based on a demo done by Alex in an old show yonks ago. She used beautiful pastel hand dyes in her version. I used some Caryl Fallert fabrics I have been hoarding and hand dyed some silks for the matchsticks and some of the blocks. It was enormous fun to make and now resides with my swap partner.

new-york-beauty-2
Name of Maker: Lori Rakay

This is the quilt I made using Alex Anderson's paper piecing book. This labor of love took me 10 months to make on my Viking sewing machine. And 5 minutes to learn the lesson of a lifetime. I now am a firm believer in prewashing as you can see it bleed when I washed it. 

isolation-2020
Name of Maker: Carol Ann Freda

This is my interpretation of the social isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic. 


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