Quilt Gallery  (21,040 Quilts)

Hallie's quilt
Name of Maker: Rose Swalls
Hallie's quilt
Australian Wildlife
Name of Maker: nomaizequilter
Australian Wildlife - I made this quilt to commemorate my niece's trip to Australia and New Zealand. The quilt design is original but the redwork animals are from Australian Patchwork and Quilting magazine.
Carrie Nation
Name of Maker: nomaizequilter
Carrie Nation - I was inspired to make this quilt after seeing this pattern on Squares.
Split Nine Patch
Name of Maker: nomaizequilter
Split Nine Patch - This quilt came about in my effort to use up my scraps. I have made two of this pattern. The block is the traditional split nine patch block from Scrap Quilts by Judy Martin.
Smoothing Iron
Name of Maker: nomaizequilter
Smoothing Iron - I made this quilt for a graduation present.
Robbing Peter to Pay Paul
Name of Maker: nomaizequilter
Robbing Peter to Pay Paul - I made this using Double wedding Ring and Add on to Double Wedding Ring acrylic templates by Sharlene Jorgensen. It was given as a 25th wedding present.
Memories of Mom
Name of Maker: Candy Busdiecker
Memories of Mom - This quilt was made in memory of my mother, Luella Phalen, who passed away February 15, 2006. In the middle of the bear there is a heart button with a photo of her.
Gloria's Lonestar
Name of Maker: Gloria Traverse
Gloria's Lonestar
Rose's Star Quilt
Name of Maker: Her grandmother and mother
Rose's Star Quilt - Over 30 year old quilt top that was started by Rose's grandmother, finished by Roses mother and Rose gave it to me to quilt. This quilt has been photographed and has shown up in travel guides, newpapers and magazines. It seems to have a life of it's own. I loved quilting it and I didn't want to give it back. When you stand back and look at, it pulsates.
Slightly Fruity With a Richly Textured Finish
Name of Maker: Christine Maraccini
Slightly Fruity With a Richly Textured Finish - I asked a friend (Linda Morris) to piece this for me just because I wanted to quilt it. I created the trapunto patterns for the grapes and leaves that I did in the open spots. This is my favorite quilt that I own.
My Crumb Quilt
Name of Maker: Sharon Danley
My Crumb Quilt - This is one of the first quilts I made at Quilt Camp in the Pines. Class by Nancy Chong. Really a fun quilt.
Grandma's Churndash
Name of Maker: Kimberlie Davis
Grandma's Churndash - I took a traditional churndash block and used two main fabrics. I offset the churns with a sashing and red cornerstones and lastly a red binding. I was so glad to finish all those blocks!
Dablin Wedding Quilt
Name of Maker: Christine Maraccini
Dablin Wedding Quilt - My mother appliqued some blocks and I pieced the rest of this one. We made it as a wedding gift for my cousin, Angela and her husband, Richard. Of course I did all of the machine quilting.
Moms Christmas
Name of Maker: Sharon Nordhaus
Moms Christmas - This was a project that just sort of evolved into a Christmas gift for my mother. I added the flying geese to the border to give some movement.
Star Applique
Name of Maker: unknown
Star Applique - This quilt was found in an attic in a garbage bag (good shape). I was commisioned to finish it. I think it was done in the 30's by the colors but not sure. It was stippled w/ longarm and binded by hand (myself) w/muslin backing.
No Coward Here
Name of Maker: Janet Mitchell
No Coward Here - The background of this is a log cabin and was pieced by my sister Jackie for a quilting challenge. I knew immediately it would have a lion's face in the center.
In my backyard
Name of Maker: Renee Yoshino
In my backyard - It depicts fan palm, caladium and ti leaf.
The Twins: Heather
Name of Maker: Renee Yoshino, Christine Wilson
The Twins: Heather - Embroidered blocks made in the 50s or 60s were given to Christine's granddaughter, Heather, who gave them to me to make a quilt. I made 2 - one for each of them - to match the style and period of the embroidered block. They were thrilled.
Wild About Shoes
Name of Maker: Darly Dulion
Wild About Shoes - I made this quilt top for my niece who is wild about shoes. I added animal skin fabric and tropical flowers to the Alexander Henry shoe fabric which was my inspiration. The top is complete and quilted now. I need to replace with a new photo.

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