In a world overwhelmed with technology, it's easy to get tangled up in living life on a screen. Let's commit to disconnecting and reconnecting the old fashioned way.
January by Liz Harvatine, 2015
I designed this pattern for the LAMQG's 2015 block of the month. It is one of several designs I've made that involve layered, interlocking curves. I used Adobe Illustrator to create templates.
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
Concordia by Nancy Purvis, 2014
Concordia came about from another design I had sketched. As I tweaked the design, a more complex design emerged. I colored the tips of the geese to offer sharp, contrasting triangles and chose... more
Under the Radar by Corinne Sovey, 2015
I wanted to design a quilt that played with concentric circles and negative space. The entire quilt is traditionally pieced, no applique was involved. The stripes were paper-pieced on giant templates... more
Shattered and Mended by Lindsey Sanders, 2015
While I designed and constructed this quilt, I was working through some personal struggles. After being diagnosed with depression and anxiety, I felt broken. I had to put myself back together again... more
Cog by Emily Cier, 2014
"Monochromatic cogs smoothly spinning like a fresh rotary cutting blade.
A pattern for Cog is published in Color Continuum no. 01 Monochromatic by Emily Cier/Carolina Patchworks."
The Hive by Jennifer Bailly, 2015
The Hive was made from playing around with squares and ¼ circles. Using neutral colors to highlight the pop of yellow – the hive. The circular quilting is meant to draw your eye around much like a... more
The MQG developed out of the thriving online community of modern quilters and their desire to start meeting in person. The founding guild was formed in Los Angeles in October of 2009. Through blogs and the Internet, word spread quickly of the fun they were having and soon guilds started popping up everywhere. The MQG is a nonprofit corporation with IRS 501c3 status. Learn More…