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sue-s-halo
Name of Maker: Debra Nicklaus

This quilt won Best of Show at 2018 Capital of Texas Quiltfest.  I used Sue Garmen's Halo Medallion Pattern from the BOM 2017.  It was quilted by Angela McCorkle.  I'm so excited and grateful for the support I received on your website.  This is the first BOM I attempted.  It was a learning opportunity and a real skill builder.   Sue wrote beautiful patterns with great instructions.  She will be missed.

 

sue-s-halo-2
Name of Maker: Debra Nicklaus

This quilt won Best of Show at 2018 Capital of Texas Quiltfest.  I used Sue Garmen's Halo Medallion Pattern from the BOM 2017.  It was quilted by Angela McCorkle.  I'm so excited and grateful for the support I received on your website.  This is the first BOM I attempted.  It was a learning opportunity and a real skill builder.   Sue wrote beautiful patterns with great instructions.  She will be missed.

 

halo-medallion-7
Name of Maker: Peggy Richards

My version of the 2017 BOM Halo Medallion by Sue Garman. I followed her color recipe but changed out the red for turquoise. Entered it in three quilt shows this year and won three ribbons!!

wine-roses-2
Name of Maker: Dot Forsythe

BOM 2017...Remembering my quilt hero Sue Garman.  This Quilt recieved ribbon at Gate City Quilt Guild Show 10/12/18.

morris-jelly-roll-rug
Name of Maker: Carolyn Zalon

Fun to make.  Fun to handle a :Jelly Roll that you love.  For me, it is Morris reproductions fabric.  I love the technique.  Any Jelly Roll would make a beautiful quilt if you like the Jelly Roll.  This woud be a fun class to teach to see all the quilts the students make.

stars-in-the-pumpkin-patch-2
Name of Maker: Sandra Thomas

This table runner is the result of a day of play in my quilt room.  Having nothing particular in mind other than to try the V block ruler by Deb Tucker of Studio 180 Designs (no affiliation), before I knew it I was appliqueing wool pumpkins to the border.  This was such a fun project to work on.  I hope a day of play is in your future too!

life-is-better-in-bermuda-2
Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

The quilt is an altered pattern from Cozy Quilt Designs called "One Fish Two Fish" where I added an additional top sandy beach border and creatures all around the blue ocean borders.

The fish blocks are made from ombre fabric. The sea background is batik. The bath houses use selvedge to label them as well as the boat. There is a beach sign saying Life is Better in Bermuda. I printed this out with my printer on a Printer fabric sheet. The large turtle applique is made by me from turtle textured fabric. The creatures on the border were cut seperately from a seashell/sea creature panel that I happened to have in my stash. 

     This was made for my Godmother who is 91 and temporarily in a wheelchair as she heals. I had not seen her in many years and went to see her in her relocated home in FL. Upon a tour of the home I blurted out, "Well........I am going to make you a quilt!" She delighhtly said: "You are!!!!". Then to my surprise she said: " Make me 2 to match, there are 2 beds in my room!" That surprised me (in a good way). No one has ever had the hootspa to say "Make me 2" but at 91 I think they can have whatever they want! For some reason I remembered from childhood my mother saying: "Aunt Marty goes to Bermuda to play golf with Uncle Henry." Having not remembered a whole lot from childhood (you know how that is...) I marveled that I remembered that little Bermuda detail! The beach contains a sailboat that my Uncle Henry used to sail. Because they are now living the senior lifestyle, the quilt reveals the good old days for them in Bermuda, the Caribbean ocean and also the tropical fish and shells that float up on the beach. They were delighted with the quilt!

    The first quilt I mailed her was of the same fabric and it was a simple strip quilt.

making-waves-2
Name of Maker: Carol Ann Freda

 

This is my interpretation of a wave, of bringing about the change we want through the collective voice of people of all colors and nationalities. Uniting together in pursuit of a better tomorrow. 

I picked up the pin stripped fabric at QuiltCon in Pasadena, CA in February. The small circles were fussy cut from a fabric I found at my amazing local quilt shop “Nimble Thimble” in Gilroy, CA. Hand quilted, in the ditch, to not distract from the simplicity of the design

the-window-2
Name of Maker: Daria Korolova
This quilt was made for the Ukrainian exhibition of patchwork "My masterpiece"
I love to combine traditional blocks with applique. In this quilt I made a voluminous appliques to convey live flowers and 3D effect.
hunters-star-2
Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This Hunters Star was made by me for my daughter who lives in IA. Her husband and their friends hunt for deer so I thought it was an appropriate pattern for them. They just built a house and moved in so it was time for a new quilt! She likes blues so I picked a from Kate Spain for Moda named "Voyage" for the star colors and borders. The orange border is added because there is some orange, pint and turquoise in the fabric and it needed a bright color to make the squares pop.

calebs-hexi-quilt
Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This is a "boys colors" scrappy 6" hexigon quilt. The pieces came from my stash. I hand pieced it. It now lives with my grandson Caleb in IA. Made in Johnson City,TN. 

jorja-joy-s-hexagon
Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This is a 6" hexagon quilt made in "girls colors" in Johnson City,TN and given to my grandaughter in IA.

sophia-joe-s-rainbow-quilt
Name of Maker: Susan Pope Chinouth

This is twin sized quilt made in Johnson City,TN for my grandaughter Sophia Joe who's mom said she would like BRIGHT colors!

walk-in-the-park-mini
Name of Maker: Stephanie Finnell

This was a miniature version of a magazine pattern using some scraps to create a splash of color inside this tan border. I used the baby blue binding as a reference to blue skies on a day in the park. It measures 19 1/2 by 16 1/2 inches.

 

beep-beep
Name of Maker: Robyn Gold

This quilt was inspired by photos I took while on a vacation driving from New Mexico to north of Durango, Colorado. We drove through stunning landscapes, and I wanted to capture some of them in a quilt. I used portions of photos from both states to create the design for this quilt. The top portion of the quilt is based on photos from northern New Mexico, the rocks on the left side and the cacti are from photos near Baker’s Bridge, Colorado, and the center front rocks are from photos near the Durango library. This was a new way of working for me. Previously I mostly used drawings or clipart to create my designs, but this time I used my own photos as “clipart” for the landscape, though I did use a drawing for the roadrunner, the state bird of New Mexico.

One of my first appliqué teachers was Suzanne Marshall, and she is incredibly good at finding textures in commercially printed fabrics that she can use to achieve the effects she desires. Following her example, all of the fabrics in my quilt are commercially printed cottons. All of the appliqué is needle-turned.

The pretty ribbon is for Best Use of Color in Wall Quilts at the 2018 Pacific International Quilt Festival.



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