Quilt Gallery  (20,853 Quilts)

Name of Maker: Linda Vanderbaan

Calypso is my version of Jacqueline De Jong's Brilliant Beauties of Joy quilt. I used my collection of grreen fabrics and a couple of Ricky Tim's hand-dyed scraps packages.

I took a class with Jacqueline to get going on this quilt.  She has seen the pictures of it finished - not her colours :)

There is a lot of paper piecing, but it was fun! So happy it's done.

Lora Nale did an awesome job quilting this for me!

Name of Maker: Marcia Stewart

This is a quilt throw I made for my dad who loved eagles.  He passed away in December of 2004 and I was given back the throw from the VA in Glendive Montana.  I free-motioned this quilt with my sewing machine back in 1998 before they called it free motion, as I did not have a longarm machine at the time.

I now own a Babylock Longarm and quilt for others and for those who want a quilt mae and quilted in Wyoming.  

Name of Maker: lillie vaughan

made by hand

Name of Maker: Janna Markle

I made this for my daughter for Christmas.  She likes things "plain", I like lots of color and pattern.  So, this was my attempt to make a "plain" modern quilt!  It was a challenge for me not to have a lot of pattern, but instead I created pattern through the design. 

Name of Maker: Annette Bean

This was a quilt kit made for my Grandson Scott.  It's a hybrid quilt as the center panel was quilted on my sewing machine, and the borders were quilted on my new Innova longarm.  

Name of Maker: Doug Riggins
A special quilt for a special person. This is a star block quilt with fussy cut Wonder Woman centers

and black sashing with a flannel back. 

Machine pieced and quilted. Quilted by Brenda Keith of Quilt Shop In The Oaks in Abilene, Texas. 

Name of Maker: Doug Riggins

Purple Pleasure 

I believe this started out as a row by row. I’m not sure who made the center blocks. I’ve had this in my UFO pile for years. I finished this as a gift for my 94 yo grandmother who seems to always be chilled. It measures 49x57. I had it quilted by R Quilt Haven in Abilene, Texas. They did a fantastic job. 

Name of Maker: Linda Snow

Queen size quilt made by machine embroidery and hand painted with Copic paint markers.

Name of Maker: Linda Snow

Queen size machine embroidered quilt made for church auction.  Hand painted with Copic paint markers.

Garden Gate Queen Quilt
Name of Maker: Linda Snow

Queen quilt is machine embroidered and appliqued.  Pattern is by Anita Goodesign Special Edition.  www.anita-goodesign.com

Name of Maker: Laura Jansen

Years ago I did two Edyta Sitar exchanges. One for batik strips and one for HST's (Alex and Ricky signed theirs!) This is what I made from those exchanges. Kept trying to figure out what to do and whallah, the quilt fairies told me to put them all together. Pieced and quilted them up in 2016. Posted now because of Edyta Sitar doing the Quilt Show BOM for 2018.  Used the tones of all the fabrics to make movement in the quilt.  

Name of Maker: Connie Adams

This is a scrap quilt -- an effort to use up tiny scraps saved from multiple projects -- randomly pieced and free-motion quilted.

Name of Maker: Phyllis Coppolino

A lap quilt designed for the comfort of DH in his recliner.  The first quilt I cut with an Accuquilt cutter.

Name of Maker: Dasha Korolova

New Year's quilt for Quilt fest in Ukraine. Bright, colorful made in the form of balls on the Christmas tree. Balls have volume and all want to touch them. Each ball has its own original design. The entire quilt is embroidered with French knots resembling snow. I congratulate everyone on the New Year - let everything be fine!

Name of Maker: Connie Schwartz

Scrappy Hidden Wells.  I used 2 1/2 strips.  This was made for my church and was donated to an immigrant family that is new in my area.  It was made to be used as a sofa comforter so it is smaller than a regular sized quilt.

Name of Maker: Mary Vick

Made with rows from Southeaster Wisconsin.  First submittal to Sew Much More in Waukesha, WI so got 25 fat quarters!