Quilt Gallery  (21,035 Quilts)

Name of Maker: Linda Shields
"Feng Shui" - Lines and circles represent the movement of "Chi" (Lifeforce) through space. Made from fabrics collected from Japan, Holland, hand-dyes, plus batiks.
Name of Maker: Wilma Moss
"Fifteen Stars" - There were fifteen stars in the flag that inspired "The Star Spangled Banner," our beloved national anthem. I designed this quilt as a project for my daughter and me to make at a retreat. She wanted to make a quilt for her friend that is in the Army. A friend encouraged me to make a pattern of it to sell, which I did.
Name of Maker: NANCY LAUSIER
Name of Maker: Amanda Jane Hussein
"For Aunt Beth with Love" - My third project; to keep Aunt Beth warm in Alaska while caring for her sled dogs.
Name of Maker: Amanda Jane & Andrena Hussein & Tiffany Yzaguirre
"For Jewelie and Larissa Nicole" - My second quilting project designed by my daughter and her best friend Tiffany, for Tiffany's first niece, Larissa Nicole.
Name of Maker: Crystal Clark
"for Mom" - This quilt was made using all butterfly fabrics. I made this quilt for a friend to give to his mother for Mother's day. Her love of butterflies was the inspiration and my friend picked the pattern for the quilt from a stack of patterns I have.
Name of Maker: Violet
"Forties Forever" - I made this quilt for the Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals. The center is a tee shirt.


Name of Maker: Susan L. Jaenen-Griffin

“G” is a quilt from the sub-series “Lemon- Aide with a Twist of Lyme” part of the “52 Yarns of Lyme – The Lyme Dis-Ease Series by Susan L. Jaenen-Griffin.  Included in the sub-series are 26 quilts that utilize over 75 different techniques.  I created these quilts while attempting to relearn the techniques that I had lost because of Lyme.    Each quilt refers to myriad of treatments that I was undergoing at the time I created them.  The following is the artist statement for the quilt “G”


“Garlic (Allium sativum), Ginger (Zingiber officinale), Glutathione”

Garlic is considered to be nutritionally complete with minerals, trace elements, provitamins, fiber and essential oils.  Its anti-bacterial properties cover a wide range of gram positive and negative bacteria.  It is also a strong natural antibiotic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-spasmodic. The rhizome of Zingiber officinale has pain relieving properties, digestive benefits and enzyme actions.  It is anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, antimicrobial, anti-arthritic and an antioxidant.  It has the potential to prevent Lyme carditis.   The antioxidant action of glutathione removes the endotoxins secreted by spirochetes.


Name of Maker: Cuauhtemoc Kish
"Girl With Truck; Pure Bliss" - Based on a vintage photo of a friend; I had to capture the pure joy.
Name of Maker: SBMathis
"Go Buccaneers Go!" - The border design is somewhat special; I used most of the fabric leftover, made strips and sown them all after the other to create the final patchwork look. This quilt was supposed to be my first machine quilted quilt...NOT! I did it all by hand, again... ViVi.
Name of Maker: Anne Lawver
"Going Crazy!" - this is my 'therapy' quilt which illustrates how the year has been! It is embroidered with words and images that signify some of the stresses I experienced.
Name of Maker: Janet Knapp
"Grandma's Kitchen" - Aprons, aprons, aprons – a necessity in “Grandma’s Kitchen. What fun to get out thirties fabrics...my first attempt at machine appliqué – and onto the fun embellishment using many old pieces of tatting and lace. It took two days to sew on all the tiny buttons.
Name of Maker: Jeanne Hall
"H" is for Hattie - This was the pick of my daughter-in-law and son for their first daughter, Hattie Marie. She is my first grandaughter and both grandmothers were there to welcome her into the world. It was just beautiful and something I will treasure forever. My son is in the Marines so they move around often. The fabric (Moda Three Sisters) was picked by my daughter, daughter-in-law and I while we visited them in SanDiego. At that time they were not even expecting a baby. I held onto the fabric and low and behold within a year they were expecting a daughter. I made a crib sheet and a dustruffle to match....life is good!
Name of Maker: Bonnie Panattoni
"Happy 30th" - I had this pattern for quite awhile and decided to use it to make a special quilt for my daughter-in-law's 30th birthday. This was my first attempt at applique. I used a button-hole stitch all around the hearts. She really likes it and it hangs on their kitchen wall.

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