Quilt Gallery  (21,059 Quilts)

Tulip Symphony
Name of Maker: Brigitte Haydel
Tulip Symphony - The book is The Sideload Garden by Sharyn Binam.
The Cloth of Africa
Name of Maker: Daphne Greig
The Cloth of Africa - Only a part of my vast collection of African prints were used in this original exotic design. Coloured beads add emphasis to the circles and ovals. I designed a unique diamond border and machine quilted with cotton and silk thread. Displayed at the American Quilter’s Society show in Paducah, Kentucky in 2005 and at Pacific Northwest Quiltfest, Seattle, 2006.
Airing of the Quilts
Name of Maker: Kelly Kreft
Airing of the Quilts - This was a challenge piece. All the quilts are ones I have made and are "free hanging". The balloons were printed on treated fabric and appliqued on.
Bare Threads Beach
Name of Maker: Shirley and Stephanie Wooten
Bare Threads Beach - Made for the Quiltfest, Inc. of Jacksonville, Florida Quilt Show Challenge in 2004. Received Third Place ribbon. Totally original - hand painted fabrics, hand made dolls. Theme: A Quilted Fantasy.
My Shattered Heart
Name of Maker: Kevin Key
My Shattered Heart - Quilt made with a free paper piecing pattern available at Gloria Hansen's website (www.gloriahansen.com).
Gabriela's pinwheels
Name of Maker: Jessica Zeigler
Gabriela's pinwheels - Didn't work from a pattern. I just made a bunch of pinwheel blocks, added the sashing. I hated it until I added the pieced border. Now it's one of my favorites!
Rejoice!
Name of Maker: Betty Jo Tatum
Rejoice! - A wall quilt designed for a church wall hanging for the celebration of Christmas. All of the embroidery on the applique is my original design either using Bernina software or free motion embroidery. The angels, dog, rooster, and small town in the distance are commercially purchased embroidery. All free-motion quilting on my domestic machine. Quilt published in "Love of Quilting" Nov/Dec 08.
Charleston Beckonings
Name of Maker: Judith Heyward
Charleston Beckonings - The design of this quilt was original with 2 commericial components--the embroidered dragonflies and the egret pattern. Charleston Beckonings was created as a way of expressing my connection to the lowcountry of South Carolina--where I live. It is a way of acknowledging the things that are important and natural in the midst of continuous growth and change.


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