Hot Spot by Krista Fleckenstein, 2015
This quilt was a quick study of improvisational piecing, with the intention of focusing on quilting details in the negative space. Using a facing instead of a traditional binding makes the quilting... more
Winged by Krista Fleckenstein, 2015
Inspired by the EZ Quilting Challenge, I was determined to use just the 45 degree template to cut each piece in this quilt top. 480 triangles in cool hues make up the quilt. Even though it has a... 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
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
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
Winter Tree by Trish Walstad, 2013
"This quilt was designed for a Boston Modern Quilt Guild challenge. The challenge required the use of the colors grey, soft white, black, red, and powder blue. Trees inspire me. Trees are everywhere... more
Stone + Bloom by Kelsey Boes, 2015
Juxtaposing a graphic and organic pop with crisp geometric piecing in her quilt Stone + Bloom, Kelsey explores layering through minimal forms. Screen printing over her finished quilt tops, Kelsey... more