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Name of Maker: Janet Henshaw

This quilt was made with 3/4 inch hexies,  english paper piecing. Appiliqued flowers and alot of tiny stippling.

It won 2nd place in the Fall Paducah quilt show.

Name of Maker: Cris Rohn Hartman

I made a quilt for a friend going through  medical treatment.  She likes bison and archaeology, and this bison panel seemed perfect, so I purchased 2 panels.    I wanted to create borders that would augment the design, but not take away from it.   I made this second quilt for myself. While not complex, it shows how  you can use a panel to create a quilt by adding interesting borders.  

Name of Maker: Kris Arneson

My completed English Paper Pieced 7/8” hexagon quilt, 1,266 of them!

Name of Maker: Denise Buchwalter-Losczyk

This is my Hex Button 1 Quilt, it is a small wall hanging. Hexies are paper pieced, using my hand painted fabrics. (Handpainted by myself!) Some hexagons are appliqued to the background.

The buttons are from my button collection. It was machine quilted on my Brother PQ1500 Sewing machine.

Cotton fabrics, cotton batting. Hand dyed perle embroidery thread for tying the buttons. Cotton quilting thread.

I started the piecing in 2015, and finished the quilt in 2017 for an online "Modern Mini Quilt Challenge" through the Wisconsin Quilt Expo, Nancy Zieman. It was great motivation for finishing my little quilt!


Name of Maker: judyc

Made for the Magic City Quilt Artists' Challenge; Porportion Distortion. 

Name of Maker: Terri Koch

 Worked on this quilt for two years. I made the quilt as a wedding present to a couple who climb mountains and are outdoor athletes. Their favorite color is blue. I saw the mountains in "Twist-and-Turn Bargello Quilts" by Eileen Wright. I only did the mountain peaks and down the side of the mountains. I used McKenna Ryan fabric "Starry Night"  for the sky. The gradients fabric worked perfect for the sun coming up or the sun setting. I cut strips,sewing them vertical instead of bargello the fabrics. The Lake, I found fabric that I thought looked like a water, these strips of fabrics are sewn horizontal. Clip art on the computer aided in pine tree design, bear and deer. I printed out the design I liked. Then drew the design on Heat n Bond. Ironed on fabric I would like to use.  Then ironed on the Quilt. I Thread painted a eagle in the quilt between the pine Trees. The flying geese I thought was a good idea for the border with the outdoor theme. Meckeena Ryans gradient fabric used to make the center of all four sides white and gradually gets darker blue to the corners.  The quilting I had ideas and the long armed did a great job. I did swirls for the white snow tops with a different bead sewn in each swirl. Four different beads used to had shine and sparkle. Flang is used to separate the center design to start the borders. Black piping done to end the borders with a dark blue binding. 

Name of Maker: Marianne Hovad

This the very first pattern I've published and is a variation on a block called "Deck of Cards" the difference being is that traditionally that block was constructed like a log cabin block.

This pattern is different and uses a unique way of constructing it that I think is a lot simpler than that so there is no partial seams, Y seams or any kind of paper piecing involved. This quilt is made up of 2 slightly different blocks that can be arranged in many different ways so the quilt pictured is just one way to arrange them

pattern is available on craftsy as a downloadable pattern 

Name of Maker: Laura Krasinski

Made from a technique I learned from my good friend Barbara Beasley ( show #1905). Mad from a photo from a good friend of a Snowy Owl. 

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