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Abby Rose was made from a Emily Senuta pattern.
This a close up of the Butterfly from the "Abby's Rose" pattern and class by Emily Senuta at a TAS Quilt show and classes in Denver a few years ago.
This a UFO exchange finished project..No pattern information available. This had the teapot leaves and stems already on it when I got it at the Quilters' Faire held this spring to encourage people to make things for the Elmore county Fair in July. This was on the give and take table, where everyone brought something they did not want and some one else took it and "finished it to put in the Fair"
Pattern is from Bloom Creek
These quilts were made by Sandy Wyngaard. Sandy lives in Mountain Home, Idaho. She is the
Chapter Leader for the First Friday Fabric Stitchers.
Pikake and Tuberrose
This quilt was made by Sherry Thompson from Spokane, Washington. This Hawaiian quilt is 82" X 82", completed in 2014, it is hand appliqued. I hand quilted it using King Tut multi color thread, the design was reproduced on graph paper from pictures of Hawaiian quilts on the Hawaiian Quilt Research project website. Quilts on the site were from 1930-1950 maybe...
I have since learned that there used to be a pattern for this quilt circulated among quilters in Hawaii in the early 1980's and a copy of the pattern was in a quilt museum there at that time.
My Cat's Garden
These quilts were made by Jan Wills from Alaska. The Maggie Walker quilts were both quilted by Lynn Cunningham and the “Nancy’s Bouquets” by Deb Hardman.
These quilts were made by Virginia Elliott from Washington.
The first one is: Giraffes at sunset, a Nancy Chong pattern and it won 1st place in our local Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Show for Viewer's Choice Small Quilt
The 2nd one is: Celtic tablerunner, a Nancy Chong pattern. I liked doing this so much I am now on my sixth one.
The 3rd one is: This was on the free table at Quilt Club, someone had based it down and then didn't want to applique it. I loved it and if was fun to complete.
These quilt photos were sent in by Carolyn Burgess from Applique, Quilts, and More. You can see more on her website at www.appliquesquiltsandmore.com
The first quilt, is my very first quilt ever made, is my version of a Baltimore quilt I saw at a quilt shop. I started the quilt with an Accucut Grandemark cutter, but later, when I discovered 'laser' cutting, was able to create different size appliques from the original dies I had... for instance, the tree in the gingerbread house block was originally cut with a 5" die.... after I bought the laser machine, I was able to blow it up to 17" to use as the center block. The second quilt is the 2nd largest quilt I've made,, because I can cut extremely intricate designs with the laser, I was able to create various Native American Indian Symbols.