Quilt Gallery  (21,103 Quilts)

Name of Maker: Buttel Jill


Name of Maker: Jill

Table cloth use Michelle Hill pattern

Name of Maker: Buttel Jill

Tree of Life

Name of Maker: Buttel Jill

Hot Wall Hanging

Name of Maker: Buttel Jill

Bag for Kate

Name of Maker: Buttel Jill

Quilt for a friend

Name of Maker: Jill Buttel

Hexagon Ball

Name of Maker: Marian McCoin

Our challenge was titled "Famous Female Faces". This was the first time I tried embellising a quilt. It was a lot of fun.

Name of Maker: Reed Johnson

This quilt was designed with the Oceana fabric line from QT Fabrics that will be coming out soon. Pieces were primarily cut out with an 8” Accuquilt Qube.

Name of Maker: Renee Graham

Pattern and fabrics by Tula Pink. 

Quilted using techniques by Angela Walters. Free motion quilting with some ruler work.


Name of Maker: Suellen Glover

This pattern is made of 5 wedges, each with 3 pieces - mirror image top pieces and a point.  I did not want to bind a 10 sided quilt, and thought it would be easier for the recipient to hang as a square.  I added an extension to each of the 10 top pieces and the squared it off.

Name of Maker: Ruth Briscoe

Flower garden center of quilt pieced by my daughter's great grandmother in 1930s and 1940s. Passed to me in 1977 if I agreed to quilt. With assist from my sister I found reproduction fabric for extended border with vines.

Name of Maker: Margaret Gehret
Sleepy time fabrics in Take 5 pattern for two sweet babies. Same fabrics, different layouts, borders and backing.
Name of Maker: Joyce Allen

I made the for my nephew and his fiancé for their wedding.

Name of Maker: Joyce Allen

My niece and her fiancé love camping and hiking. I made this for their wedding. 

Name of Maker: Kathy Heystee

Miniature quilt just 7.5 inches square. 

Name of Maker: Zohra Arastu
I am a Muslim  -- born in India -- and my work is inspired by my heritage, and the natural beauty and architecture of my land. My mother encouraged me to sew from the time I was six years old so I say, “if something can be sewn, I can sew it.” The International Quilt Contest has inspired me to create with different materials: batik, polysuede, trim, metallic, and polyester threads. I have appliqued and embellished with various machine embroidery stitches. I also enjoyed the free-motion embroidery and hand-stitching the beads and sequins to give a sparkle.
The peacock is the national bird of India and with its grace and vivid coloration, it is the epitome of the diverse culture of India unified in one creature. I have always loved the peacock and therefore decided to make it the focal point of my quilt. The paisley is another ubiquitous design in India and it is a symbol for the many indigenous varieties of mangoes. I have always had an infatuation with paisleys so my quilt could not be complete without it. The Islamic arch represents the ancient architecture sprinkled throughout India, and it is the window through which I see the world -- one filled with color and diversity, coexisting in harmony.


Name of Maker: Vicky LaValley

This quilt was a class on Craftsy. It is a Jinny Byer fabric and pattern. I change the basket blocks to a block using all my machine designs using a circle attachment. It was machine stitched and  commically quilted. The backing had 5 of the basket blocks from Jinny Byers pattern and fabric. It measures, 85" square.

Name of Maker: judyc

          Made for Magic City Quilt Artists challenge: I Always Wanted To Be. After suffering from panic attacks for most of my life, I decided that the one thing I always wanted to be was Calm.


Name of Maker: Susan L. Jaenen-Griffin

"Erythema Migrans Rash" is one of fifty-two quilts in the series "52 Yarns of Lyme - The Lyme Dis-Ease Series" by Susan Jaenen-Griffin that includes traditional quilts, contemporary art quilts, 3d fiber pieces, abstract and mixed media pieces.  The series tells the 'yarns' or stories of my journey with Lyme disease and how engaging in fiber art assisted in my recovery.  The following is the artist statement for the quilt: 

Fabrics are used in this quilt to express the rage of the EM rash which is only the beginning of worse things to come.  Medical journals report that the presence of an Erythema Migrans Rash is “sufficient to make the diagnosis of Lyme” however; it is the controversy around the treatment and the bigger issue of the long term consequences of Lyme that is the real storm.