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Name of Maker: Callie Randall/Grandma

 Baby quilt for our only granddaughter. The color choice was left overs from parents wedding quilt. As i was putting it together and was doing the outside corners, the quilt said that it needed something a bit different. So I went along with it's suggestion.... hence the spheres in the corners. I was trying to use up the "reminants" from the other quilt. I found a feather pattern online and traced the outline for design. I also traced my hand and sized it to fit. I also used some templates on the border. She was born in AZ and tried to keep to her birth place.

Name of Maker: Peter Byrne

 Watercolour measures 77 inches wide and 78 inches long and is a kaleidoscope/star quilt and has over 900 pieces of raw edge appliqué that have been individually basted and quilted and was constructed using the hover-quilting technique. Hover-quilting is a fresh new approach to raw edge appliqué, absent of fusible web. This innovative technique allows for a beautiful controlled frayed edge and creates the illusion of piecing hovering above the quilt top and turns fabric into watercolour.

Name of Maker: Meena Schadenbrand

 I was so impressed when I saw several stunning, unusual white peacocks in person. Working with a white peacock focal point was new to me. I added beads and sequins to its feathers and used tone on tone cotton and satin fabrics. The quilt was made for an online Song Bird challenge for the group, Art Quilts From Around The World. The peacocks were designed in computer software , and cut with an electronic cutter.                                                                                                                                                      



Name of Maker: Karen Grover

What a fun quilt to do!  It was designed for the National Qult Museum New Quilts from and Old Favorite.  The challenge block was bow tie.  Once this idea came to me, I was able to get it done quilckly.  I purchased drapery fabric and quilted it prior to adding the cats.  I machine stitched the cats on and embroidered each face before I put it on.  The one final part was to add shocking pink piping to the binding for a more 'formal' look.  All of this was done tongue in cheek.  If only all quilts were this fun.  It received a 4th place and has been travelling for a couple of years.

Name of Maker: NA

Quilt for nephew Cody,

Name of Maker: Linda McDonough

This quilt is an imaginative interpretation of the constantly changing water surrounding Beaver Island, located in northern Lake Michigan.

Name of Maker: Ginabeth Young

In 2014 I started a BOM called Afternoon Delight by Sue Garman.  It was easy to follow the pattern as written.  I usually stitched the appliqué in the evenings and often read Sue’s Blog before or after stitching.  Thus I always thought of the quilt as my “Evenings with Sue.”  It was quilted on a longarm by my great friend Jill Zollinger.  

In 2016 this quilt won “Best of Show” at the Williamson County Fair in Franklin, TN and the Tennessee State Fair in Nashville, TN.  In 2017 it was voted Viewers Choice at the CVQA Historic Franklin Quilt Show, in Franklin, TN.  

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