|cseequilter Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023397 Added on 08/15/2014
Starlette is Star Struck's little sister at approximately one third of its size. I has 4,582 half inch hexagons, and appliqued circles and ovals. The Hexie Daisy Flowers are stuffed and Swarovski crystals were added to really make Starlette shine. Both quilts will be featured on The Quilt Show #1507 as well as featured in my book Star Struck and Starlette due out in September, 2014.
August 25, 2014
|JACross Presents: |
Aunt Joe's Afghan
Quilt #: 1023399 Added on 08/16/2014
I drafted this granny square pattern to look like an afghan crocheted by my great aunt. There are 71 pieces per 6 1/2" block, and it is made from scraps.
August 24, 2014
August 23, 2014
|jpotteraz Presents: |
White Buffalo Calf Woman Rhapsody
Quilt #: 1015616 Added on 11/10/2009
Inspired by the White Buffalo Calf Woman legend of the Lakota Sioux. Fabrics used are Cherrywood for the solid colors and Ricky's multi-colored hand dyes. Quilted on a Bernina domestic sewing machine. The face is hand painted with fabric inks and the buffalo is painted and then embellished with thread.
August 22, 2014
August 21, 2014
|sewbearnuts Presents: |
Quilt #: 1013561 Added on 03/15/2009
My fisrt attempt at Beth's techniques after seeing her on TQS and getting her book. Was fun and I was happy with the results. Will make a bigger "scaled" one next try!
August 20, 2014
|CASinnreich Presents: |
Quilt #: 1015220 Added on 09/16/2009
The reoccurring global fires inspired this work. The challenge was to translate with fabric the power, the heat, and total devastation of a forest fire. Frantic animals flee the fiery forces. Deer and other animals are known to seek refuge in a lake or river.
August 19, 2014
|stephen393 Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023340 Added on 07/28/2014
A 2011 Holiday Mystery from quiltville.blogspot.com, in my own choice of colours.
August 18, 2014
|Angel9 Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023354 Added on 08/02/2014
Created from a photograph taken by my son Loren while he was in France. The photograph showed a misty day with fall colors. I hand painted all of the background fabric separately and then sewed it together using a raw edge technique to keep the edges soft. I then drew and painted the castle and stitched it into place. The border is a commercially purchased fabric. It is quilted on my domestic sewing machine.
August 17, 2014
|Ron114 Presents: |
It Waits for Dawn
Quilt #: 1023379 Added on 08/05/2014
My 2009 TQS BOM - made entirely from Ricky's hand-dyed fabrics. This quilt was displayed at Quilt Expo (Madison, WI) in 2010 or 2011, and at the International Quilt Festival of Ireland in 2013.
August 16, 2014
|KathrynHarmerFox Presents: |
A Bowlful of Birds
Quilt #: 1023381 Added on 08/06/2014
Made specifically for an exhibition in the cellar of a wine farm - all the works had to be round in order to be displayed on the wine barrels.
August 15, 2014
|annlp Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023383 Added on 08/06/2014
The Kayenta Formation is a sandstone formation in northern Arizona and southern Utah and Colorado characterized by narrow strips of darker color. This was my Hoffman Challenge entry for 2014 and won the Best Machine Workmanship,Pieced award.
August 14, 2014
|Redhead51 Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023384 Added on 08/06/2014
The design elements are all freehand drawn and painted then embellished with gel pen designs and beaded. Originally inspired by Moroccan Tiles but I went astray!
My goal was to make the elements appear to be floating.
August 13, 2014
|tamtam Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023294 Added on 07/11/2014
An oldie, but goodie! I purchased this kit back when Moonglow was first published more than 10 years ago. I saw a lady at quilt guild show this quilt and she reported that it was the most difficult quilt she has ever made. I promptly put my kit on the shelf thinking that one day it wouldn't be so difficult. This was the year I figured I was finally skilled enough to take it on. I have made many difficult quilts, but I must say that I agree, this is the most difficult quilt I have ever made! So many 'Y' seams... But I have to say, it is well worth the effort! This was made for my son for his college graduation gift.
August 12, 2014
|Threadmizer Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023323 Added on 07/21/2014
This quilt was a result of a design workshop taught by Jane Sassaman. I found this workshop quite a challenge but learned so much about design and color.
August 10, 2014
|elainann Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023317 Added on 07/19/2014
Adaptation of a poster. Satin birds, rick rack, couching gold/red threads, leather feet. Entry at the, "Thread Bear Quilt shop," North Vancouver. Won first place, (Bernina sewing machine,) Yipee.
August 09, 2014
|Lorna1021 Presents: |
Vases and Flowers
Quilt #: 1023328 Added on 07/23/2014
Inspired by early 1900 Roseville pottery from Pennsylvania. This was my first attempt at needle turn applique and I loved it, but what should have taken 13 months stretched into a 12 year project!
August 08, 2014
|SewnWildOaks Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023330 Added on 07/25/2014
My grandmother Emilie Elizabeth Ross introduced me to quilting when I was about 10 years old. This is my tribute to my grandmother who started my passion for quilting.
August 07, 2014
|hatshepsut Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023333 Added on 07/27/2014
I wanted a motif to be the focus of a colourful embroidered quilt - hence elephants. I learned a lot doing this quilt - mostly how to it better next time.
August 06, 2014
|Angel9 Presents: |
Quilt #: 1023347 Added on 07/30/2014
A photograph taken while visiting Brussels inspired this quilt. It is a combination of hand painted and commercial fabrics, all 100% cotton. The little houses were constructed separately and machine appliqued. I used fabric markers and oil pastel sticks for the accents. The reflections in the lake are smudged oil pastel sticks. Quilting was done on my domestic machine.
August 05, 2014