Happiness by Karlie Grable, 2015
My quilt is called Happiness. I named it this because it is very colorful and bright. I found a pattern called "the Lady" by Villa Rose Designs. The fabric is from Me and My Sisters. I machine... more
Red X by Nicole Neblett, 2015
One night I challenged myself to make a quilt block in 10 minutes as part of the "Improv with Intent" charity quilt challenge. I used red, gray, and cream fabrics and the "slice-and-insert" technique... more
Stacked by Nicole Neblett, 2015
This quilt was born of my desire to whittle down my scrap bin. I used improvisational piecing to create a background of various white, cream and tan colored fabrics and a column of "stacked" pieces... more
No Sleep Till Brooklyn by Allison Chambers, 2015
My quilt designs are often inspired by pop culture references, as is the case with this one. I thought it would be funny to make a quilt featuring the Beastie Boys' song "No Sleep Till Brooklyn,"... more
The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts by Cassandra Beaver, 2015
Six separate sections of vibrantly colored violets combine to create a unified central image. Tightly spaced matchstick quilting continues the color of each segment outward to the edges of the image... more
"Colorful bricks by Karlie Grable, 2014
This is my first quilt that I have ever made. I became interested when I started watching my mother use the long arm quilting machine. I designed my own quilt and picked out my own fabrics. She... more
The Loops by Magdalena Langa, 2015
"Best inspiration sometimes comes on its own when you least expect it. I was lying on a couch in my house, thinking about a possible quilt design and there it was just next to me... I used simple... more
Tilting at Windmills by Susan Strong, 2015
The design for this quilt came from some block doodles I had done on the back of an envelope. I expanded on the block ideas using EQ7 and completed the quilt design. I printed foundation paper... more

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