Better Together by Laura West Kong, 2015
"My inspiration for this quilt is a celebration of diversity. It's so hard to believe that in 2016 we haven't learned to accept and embrace each other's differences. Our differences make this world a... more
Find Joy by Nicole Maroon, 2015
"I designed this quilt for an event called Fun A Day in January of 2015. The purpose of the event is to spend a few minutes each day doing something creative, as a way to endure the short, cold days... more
Corsage by Stacey Day, 2015
Corsage was created for the Riley Blake challenge. I was testing a pattern for a friend and thought that the small pieces were perfect for little snapshots of the fabric. After quilting, my husband... more
Neolithic by Jessica Levitt, 2015
Neolithic is an experimentation with organic shapes. It was created using machine reverse appliqué with glue basting. As I played with simple curved forms, they remind me of the ancient standing... more
Almost Purr-fect by Kathleen Robertson, 2015
Michael Miller's Cattitude fabric was the inspiration for this 18 degree wedge mini quilt. I choose to make the whiskered cats a focal point of my design. I cut varying widths of Cattitude prints... more
Stripy stripes by Macy Grable, 2015
This is my first quilt that I have ever made! I named my quilt stripy stripes because I made my quilt from jelly roll strips. I became interested in quilting after watching my mother quilt and use... more
Crackle by Amy Garro, 2015
This quilt was an exercise in pushing myself in my piecing & free motion quilting. I designed this paper-pieced pattern, focusing on creating sharp points. I used the flowing quilting designs to... more
Sliced by Nicole Neblett, 2015
The colors for this quilt were inspired by a blouse with random lines of black, cream and gold. In sketches, I experimented with the placement of lines to create slices of color radiating at various... more

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