Cut & Keep by Gina Pina, 2015
This is an applique quilt where the pieces are between the quilt top and the batting. I placed the pieces under the quilt top right before quilting on a longarm. I added dashed cut lines to imply a "... more
Windy by Emily Parson, 2015
I was inspired by a crisp October day with a deep turquoise sky and the beautiful golden trees. I machine appliqued the leaves and arranged them as if the wind was blowing the trees and making the... more
Road Work by Debbie Grifka, 2015
"Often, when I design quilts I start with a shape in mind. In this case it was a ring. After playing with colors and lay outs and settling on this one, it reminded me of those stacks of huge pipes... more
Forever by Debbie Grifka, 2015
I've always been drawn to designs that make secondary circle patterns. Forever was inspired by a ceiling in Biltmore House and such classic quilt patterns as Double Wedding Ring and Orange Peel.... more
Every Little Hungry Schoolgirl's Pride and Joy by Rebecca Burnett, 2015
I was inspired by all the pixelated quilts I saw at QuiltCon 2015 but I wanted to try a different take on the idea. While looking for an image that was iconic enough to be recognizable, but not so... more
DripnSplash by Katherine Jones, 2015
Made to experiment with variable width bias binding applique, creating an interesting negative space between the stirps and use a neutral colour palette. Inspired by a leaking tap. Machine and hand... more
Alturas Carkai by Carolyn Friedlander, 2015
Curiosity drives many of my projects. In this one, I couldn't wait to see how one of my designs on fabric would work with a quilt that I'd designed a few years prior. It explores the relationship... more
Ebb by Carolyn Friedlander, 2015
A colorful array of stacked crescents is where my Ebb quilt began. I wanted the sliding and layering of shapes to be made from little bits of a lot of different things. As I cut out the pieces, I... more

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