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Name of Maker: Lilian Myers
"Diary" of First Year Quilts - This quilt seemed a good way to document the fabric used in my first year quilts. Some of the wedges have different fabrics pieced within the wedges. This soon became old and tiresome, so I ended up using single pieces of fabric in the seemingly never-ending process. :):)
Name of Maker: Melissa Lamb
"Dear Jane's War-My Piece" - Quilt was pieced by hand, machine, applique, paper piecing. Quilt top was completed in 8 months.
Name of Maker: Amanda Jane Hussein
"Dashing Through the Snow" - My fourth quilting project and first applique work ever.
Name of Maker: Patty Dunn
"Cure Bliss" - On my journey to wellness through the arts, I created a personal art quilt I call "Cure Bliss". It is a fabric collage of "breast flowers", celebrating one year as a breast cancer survivor!
Name of Maker: Angelines Artero
"Cruz Roja, el mayor poder del rojo"
Name of Maker: Dianna Wentz
"Complex Music" - Made for my son's 30th birthday, who writes and plays quite complex music on a bass quitar during his spare time. This is my first quilt, and named by my husband.
Name of Maker: Linda Shields
"Closed Windows" - My father stares through closed windows. Alzheimer's has made his memories take flight. It is a disease of brain plaques and tangles, represented in this quilt's dark, ragged fabrics.
Name of Maker: Lashonne Abel
"Classic Hearts and Feathers" - This is an original hand drawn design by me, a whole cloth quilt, quilted with silk thread and wool batting, on my domestic sewing machine. Photos by Gregory Case Photography.
Name of Maker: bonnieb
"Christmas Weave" - It looked like it would be fun to make and ...it was!
Name of Maker: Mickie Sharkey
"Christmas Star" - I made this quilt for myself for Christmas in 1993. I also made a table runner to match it. I display both of them each Christmas. I made a second quilt and table runner, which I gave to auction off for the Women of Faith ministry here. This is one of my favorite quilts.
Name of Maker: Cindy Carlson
"Chocolat" for Cindy - Pattern created for Moda's Chocolat Fabrics
Name of Maker: Lori Sheirer
"Catty" - My first quilt. I'm embarrassed to show it here, but this is the quilt that started my love of quilting. :) I've learned a lot since this quilt.
Name of Maker: Marian Mccoin
"But is it Kool" - This Quilt was made as a submission to Ricky's Kool Kaleidoscope book. I had a wonderful time making it and learned alot along the way. It was very exciting to learn that it would be included in the book. Thanks Ricky for the incredible oportunity and great technique.
Name of Maker: Roberta Williams
"But Can He Sing?" - I love birds!The outside border is a collection of birds from S. Africa & N. America, hand appliqued. The feathers are free motioned embroidered and then appliqued, by machine, to the quilt.
Name of Maker: Patti Hempen
"Bouquet for Mr. Tims!" - This is dedicated to my friend, Ricky Tims who without a whisper of a word, inspired me to create something I never thought I could. The quilt was just juried into the 2010 AQS Pacucah Show. Wow! I couldn't be more thrilled.
Name of Maker: Elizabeth Janzen
"Boar"d Meeting - This quilt is inspired by the tradtional whole cloth quilts of the South of France. Motifs and symbols provide the design parameters for the whole cloth quilts of Southern France. The central motif is a "sanglier" (wild boar) requested by the owners, with fleur de lis, acanthus leaves, ghekos, cigales, etc., scrolling their way around the quilt.



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