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1928 indian scout
Name of Maker: me
1928 indian scout - large wall hanging
1930 Reproduction Quilt
Name of Maker: sewmanyquilts
1930 Reproduction Quilt - This is a quilt that reminds me of the quilts my Grandmother made. I saw one similiar in a magazine, enough inspiration to get me started. The center is a 2 inch block made with multiple prints/colors of 1930 reproduction fabric on point. The border surrounding the center is white with pink/white triangles used to create the look of prairie points. The corners are created using the 1930 reproduction blocks. The outer border is pink and white scalloped stripe. I has appliqued flowers and leaves in the white border.
1930's Applique
Name of Maker: Beth Lee
1930's Applique - My first ever entry into a county fair - it earned a blue ribbon.
1930's Applique Sample
Name of Maker: Barbara Pindel
1930's Applique Sample - Bright colors make this small quilt very exciting to look at.
1930's Fan
Name of Maker: unknown
1930's Fan - Estate sale purchase in 2009
1930's Guild Challenge
Name of Maker: tkwritr and guild members
1930's Guild Challenge - 1930s Square blocks were won as a BOM drawing (made by various members). Won 1st Place and Best of Show at Challenge Quilt show. The layout and quilting motifs are my original designs. I have close-up photos of the quilting on my Profile Page.
1930's Log Cabin
Name of Maker: jagquilts
1930's Log Cabin
1930's Medallion Scrap Quilt
Name of Maker: Karen E Overton
1930's Medallion Scrap Quilt - Made from a collection of 30's reproduction fabrics collected at the 2003 Houston International Quilt Festival. These were "left overs" from Some Where in Time quilt and I still have a nice collection! Custom quilted on my longarm.
1930s Sampler
Name of Maker: Quiltrascal
1930s Sampler - Several members of our sewing group each made a sampler.
1930s Spiderweb
Name of Maker: Mary Cooper
1930s Spiderweb - I love 30s repro fabrics. I had my eye on this pattern. It was very easy & fun.
1st Anniversary
Name of Maker: Beverley Linsley
1st Anniversary - First Wedding Anniversary quilt for my beautiful daughter Jennifer and Son-In-Law. Being a newbie quilter back in 2006, I found instructions for the block on Block Central website. When putting the block together on my design board, I changed the direction of the block pieces. To me it looked more appealing. I have learned so much since 2006, I know I would have used more colors in the quilt; however, for my second quilt, I felt proud and giving it away was the best part. Quilt was presented to my daughter and son-in-law in Satellite Beach, FL while we were visiting my oldest Son. They loved the quilt and that is all that mattered to me. Beverley Linsley
1st Convergence Quilt
Name of Maker: LaDale King
1st Convergence Quilt - This was my first convergence quilt. I had a blast making it.
1st Convergence quilt top
Name of Maker: Shelly
1st Convergence quilt top - Created with 4 fat quarters (2 batiks and 2 commercial prints). Really pleased with most of it, but not a fan of the pink splotch. This is just the top, it hasn't been quilted yet.
1st Kaleidoscope
Name of Maker: Dennis Wirth
1st Kaleidoscope - This was my first try at a Kaleidoscope using the instructions in the book by Ricky Tims.
1st Landscape Quilt
Name of Maker: she-quilts
1st Landscape Quilt - Katie, of Platteville, Wisconsin, gave a workshop for our guild. I loved her work and was very excited about the workshop. She gave us a square of fabric to start for our background and we had an assortment of fabrics to add. We could also use her stash pile spread over a few large tables. She helped us along during the day. The fabrics are cut w/ pinking shears and spray basted to the background. I quilted it later w/ monofilament thread. I love the final result!! I'd love to do more of these but my stash isn't what I'd need to have the selection of appropriate fabrics to choose from.
1st Obama QUILT
Name of Maker: Li Hertzi
1st Obama QUILT - This is my first quilt and is quite small, perhaps a quilt for a kitten, a kitten who is ok with a stiff quilt.



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