Blind by Nancy Purvis, 2015
Blind was inspired by the windows in my home. Early in the mornings, I would see strong shapes from the sun shining through them. With some devoted sketching, Blind was born. I love lines, and... more
Message in the Dark by Sarah Maxwell, 2015
As my youngest daughter prepared to leave for college hundreds of miles from home, I hoped she would take one of my quilts to decorate her room. However, nothing I had made fit in with her bold,... more
Migration Quilt by Yara Greuter, 2015
"Migration – the movement from one place to another. Birds build beautiful symmetric formations when migrating, they know exactly where they are going. When I recently relocated from my hometown 900... more
You And Me by Kristyn McCoy, 2015
"You and Me I made this quilt using the Pantone colour of the year- Marsala. I learned this technique of machine quilting from Krista Withers at QuiltCon 2015- and wanted to try my own version of it... more
Wildfire by Kirsty Cleverly, 2015
This quilt was created with log cabin blocks in two colours, set on point. Four different log cabin blocks of varying proportions form the asymmetrical design which morphs from light to dark. The red... more
002 by ARIANNA CAGGIANO, 2015
Since moving towards solid fabrics, I enjoy creating geometrical quilts using large scale piecing. The thing I love most about my quilts is the dichotomy between the bold and rigid piecing and the... more
001 by ARIANNA CAGGIANO, 2015
Since moving towards solid fabrics, I enjoy creating geometrical quilts using large scale piecing. The thing I love most about my quilts is the dichotomy between the bold and rigid piecing and the... more
Rainbow Plus by Kirsty Cleverly, 2015
This plus quilt started as a rainbow-coloured testament to my 'glass half full' outlook on life. After piecing, I sent Rainbow Plus to Fiona Bell who custom quilted it with an appropriately fun and... more

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