Our guild had a UFO challenge. In January 2014, every guild member was asked to write all their UFO's on an index card. Each meeting, members crossed off the UFO's they completed. INSERT NAME HERE... more
Quilt #6 by Sarah Rodriguez, 2014
This quilt is comprised of blocks made by the San Antonio Modern Quilt Guild. It was the block of the month for June 2014. I loved all the various colors and grays that were chosen. I decided to put... more
Playing with Little Bits by Rose Daley, 2014
Progressive quilt using a scrappy "low volume/little bits" theme created at Mid-Atlantic MOD 2014. Low volume fabrics were sent to each quilter a few weeks before the retreat. Each quilter created a... more
Percolate by Emily Cier, 2014
These look like triangles, but they're really ripples on a pond. Or a rainstorm. Or drops streaming down a window. Or a shattered ice sheet. In any case, something to do with water. Definitely water... more
Modern Migration by Erin Davis, 2014
"I wanted to reflect my love for the traditional flying geese block in a more modern way....and truth be told, just purchased a 60deg triangle ruler and was dying to use it!
I love how this original... more
Lowcountry by Phoebe Harrell, 2014
Members of our guild were asked to contribute a block that represented our home, Charleston, South Carolina.
Sullivans Island, South Carolina, United States
66" x 66"
Improv Pods by Jessica Levitt, 2014
The three main blocks for this quilt were made by members of the Central Jersey MQG after a workshop with Denyse Schmidt on improvisational piecing. Members of the guild made blocks to practice the... more
I See Spots by Nancy Zieman, 2014
After attending Quiltcon 2013, I was inspired to create several modern quilts. "I See Spots" is a bed-size quilt with 18" blocks, 9" blocks and 9" x 18" rectangles. The focal points are the circles... 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…