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Name of Maker: Cathy Cunningham

This is my version of Violet Craft's "Elephant Abstraction" .  I had lots of fun piecing and quilting this one. Metallic thread helps give Stella some "jewelry" on her trunk and ears.


She's now hanging in our family room. 


Name of Maker: susan Chinouth

This quilt was given as a surprise to our African Missionaries. Every member of the church signed the quilt for them. On the label it has the maker and date, the town it was made in and the town it was going to and the owners, also the name of the church.

Name of Maker: Karen Boe

Hand appliqué quilt.  Pattern by Pearl Pereira, 3P Designs. 

Name of Maker: Edie Phillips

This is the forth  vase quilt. All fabrics are hand painted. Each flower is from a photo in my garden. I used 40wt. rayon threads to quilt each petal.

Name of Maker: NA

Lap quilt, sweet little girl's quilt or baby quilt, this sweet pattern is precious. Easy to make, and spectacular, once completed, it’s sure to become a favorite of whomever receives it. It consists of easy applique and simple piecing. Make this your next quilt. Quilt measures 48.5"x 53". Pattern can be found at www.quiltingupacreek.com.

Name of Maker: Keith Dommer

Mandala block finished with a simple border for a wall hanging. The mandala was machine appliqued and machine quilted. This was my first time using silk for the back of the quilt.

Name of Maker: Janice Smith

I made this "Divide and Conquer" Convergence quilt after watching Ricky's mini lesson during the Quilters Quarantine. Fortunately, I had a yard of Ricky's hand dyed fabric in my stash. What a perfect time to use it. It was great fun to make, and I thank both Alx and Rick for all that are doing for their TQS fans during troubling times.

Sorry, Alex.

Name of Maker: Karen Puffett

The fun wall hanging makes me smile. 

Althought there is snow outside my window and we are currently 'sheltering in place', it reminds me that summer is coming and there will be time to enjoy cherished friends.

Name of Maker: Keith Dommer

Inspired by lantern-style interlocking tiles, Alien Eyes II was machine appliqued from colorful scraps and machine quilted.  Alien Eyes II took first place in the Modern Quilt category at the 2019 Tucson Quilters Guild annual show Quilt Fiesta!


Name of Maker: Keith Dommer

Creating Mod Blotches during many visits to Mom's house over the last few years was joyful and comforting, just like the quilt itself. Fabrics from both our fabric libraries found their way into this somewhat traditional, somewhat modern scrap quilt.

Name of Maker: Dottie Sartin
Wanted bright, cheerful and springtime colors so I designed this quilt and pulled fabric from my stash to make it.
Name of Maker: Susan Hammon

Our guild fabric challenge last year was a bee fabric.  After exploring lots of different design options, I decided to use the back side of the bee fabric and then use the fabric in the pieced background.

Name of Maker: Susan Hammon

I used lots of different Freda Kahlo commercial fabrics, then I cut them up and made a collage using different parts of these fabrics

Name of Maker: Debra Huewe

My first block of the month using embroidery and raw edge (boiled) wool.  This was my first quilt ever! and so far the only one that I've made myself.

Name of Maker: Dottie Sartin

Quilt design is taken from Spring Fantasy pattern in "Floral Applique: Original Desingns and Techniques for Medallion Quilts" by Nancy Pearson, that I modified and arranged to fit the design I had in mind.
The quilt was originally started about 20 years ago, and after completing about 2/3'rds of the appliques it had to be set aside and was placed in storage for many years.  Two years ago I rescued it from storage and started working on it again while my husband was undergoing chemo.  I had completed the applique and the quilting on the center medallion and about 1/2 of the innner border when once again it was set aside when my husband died.
I recently started quilting on it again and completed the inner border quilting and have started on the second border quilting.
It is all hand appliqued and heavily hand quilted.

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