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Grand Re-Opening Quilt Pattern

26” x 40” Celebrate Halloween Quilt by Heide

 

Grand Re-Opening Quilt Pattern
This size, 36” x 48” in not in the pattern, but shows how you could add an extra row and increase the borders.

From the Grand Re-Opening Quilt Pattern

Grand Re-Opening Quilt Pattern
A good size for a baby quilt 26”x 40”.


Grand Re-Opening Quilt Pattern

We used a wavy line diagonal grid for the quilting with variegated rayon thread.

Grand Re-Opening Quilt Pattern
26x40 The smaller size makes a great room accent.

Grand Re-Opening Quilt Pattern
26” x 40”  We fussy cut the flowers for these centers.

 

From the Tangent Quilt Pattern


 

Tangent Quilt Pattern
Make your own stripes-17” x 27”

Tangent Quilt Pattern
Tangent 22” x 46” 

Tangent Quilt Pattern
17” x 44”  The printed Ikat stripe makes a statement.

Tangent Quilt Pattern
Heide used a different type of stripe and got a different look. Both projects came from the same fabric, but they really look different. Because her stripe wouldn’t let her have the same fabric on each edge, she used all the bottom triangles on one project and all the top triangles on the other project. Notice also the double circle accents.
Tangent Quilt Pattern
Heide’s quilting close up – the arcs follow the seam lines of the triangles. The picture is from the back to see the quilting lines.

 



Echo Quilt Pattern

We used a small print for the light and added a border, which is a pattern choice. 22” x 22”



From the Echo Quilt Pattern

Echo Quilt Pattern
Kay used a wavy line batik for her dark and quilted the project with a diagonal wavy line grid. 18” x 54”
Echo Quilt Pattern
18” x 36” Using a stripe on the binding adds interest.
Echo Quilt Pattern
18” x 54”
 
 

 

From the Rails Quilt Pattern

Rails Quilt Pattern
Black & white prints are always fun to use.

Rails Quilt Pattern
A favorite color combination for some of us; purples, pinks and oranges!

Rails Quilt Pattern
Fabrics are Benartex Balis www.benartex.com

Rails Quilt Pattern
Assorted brighter prints most are from Seven Islands, Echino.


Rails Quilt Pattern
Cheryl created an entirely new look with a diagonally printed repeating background.


Rails Quilt Pattern
Heide customized her Rails. No repeating background here! Each of these half size blocks is a different pair of fabrics and she added borders. 33.5 x 43.
Rails Quilt Pattern
Kay mixed things up with her lighter repeating background and scrambled orange fabrics throughout the quilt.

 


Diva Quilt Pattern









Panel is Healing Tree from Frond fabrics. Quilted by Down Under Quilting.


Diva Quilt Pattern
Beautiful African fabric makes this center. Quilted by Down Under Quilting.

From the Diva Quilt Pattern


Diva Quilt Pattern

You could make your own version of this printed fabric from Seven Islands. Quilted by Down Under Quilting.

Diva Quilt Pattern

Center is Manhattan Modern by Michele D’Amore from Benartex. Michele is one of my favorite designers; her colors are always so fun. This is yardage for the center, not a panel.



 
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From the Arrow Quilt Pattern

Arrow Quilt Pattern
Laura Post did this Arrow and we love the plaid batik she used. Check with www.batiks.com for the fabric.

Arrow Quilt Pattern
19.5x37 An orange with maroon stripes for the focus was fun to use. The fabulous green batik background is an exclusive signature batik from www.batiks.com

Arrow Quilt Pattern
Kay’s Broken Arrow has some segments on the right side reversed which really adds interest and keeps the eye moving. The small inner border sets off the piece. 20 rows.

Arrow Quilt Pattern
The is the largest size, 30x37.

Arrow Quilt Pattern
Bev used a beautiful multi colored batik and set it off with a deep blue and orange. 19.5” x 31”.

Arrow Quilt Pattern
Anna used a bright yellow orange for the focus. The beautiful green background batik that we used on the cover of Arrow is an exclusive batik from www.batiks.com. They have kits available! http://bit.ly/arrowkit

Arrow Quilt Pattern
31x37 circles are the theme here.

Arrow Quilt Pattern
Using solid fabrics will change up the look. Smallest size is 19 ½ x 31 which is great for a table mat especially on a square table. Adding a 2nd color in the background creates a different look.

Arrow Quilt Pattern
31x37. The larger version of the same great combination of fabrics.
Arrow Quilt Pattern
19.5 x 37. Combining a linear print with a circular print makes great interest.
Arrow Quilt Pattern
19.5x37 Solid colors make a big splash on your wall or table.

Arrow Quilt Pattern
Kay switched things up by adding an additional color and fabric. She used the QAYG method for quilting. This is the smallest size on the pattern.
Arrow Quilt Pattern Arrow Quilt Pattern
Heide’s blues work beautifully together in this 12 row project that goes up and down.
She added crystals in different sizes and shades of blue to complete the look.
Arrow Quilt Pattern
Arrow Quilt Pattern
Heide added a 2.5”border for this 24.5”x 36” Valentine Arrow.
Quilt As You Go with some additional diagonal lines of quilting.

 

Pi2 Quilt Pattern
The beautiful fabric (18 FQs)for this Pi2 is from the European Taupe X by Kinkame for Clothworks. 55x72. The fabric will be in stores later in 2013. www.clothworks.com

 

Pi2 Quilt Pattern
Different pairs of light and dark, the blocks have a different arrangement. 42”x54”.

Pi2 Quilt Pattern
Kay’s background fabric is a creamy light golden color which sets off the greens, browns and an occasional navy blue.
 

From the Pi2 Pattern

Pi2 Quilt Pattern
Pi2 Quilt Pattern
Batiks etc always makes such great samples of our patterns. Pieced and quilted by Laura Post and you might be able to get a kit! www.batiks.com

Pi2 Quilt Pattern
We used all the same background and 9 different blues and blue/greens for the darks. Quilted by Kars Quilting

Eating In Quilt Table Runner Pattern
Pairs of FQ’s make this fun look. 42”x54” a small lap quilt. Quilted by Kars Quilting.

Pi2 Quilt Pattern
Heide’s blocks are all going the same way, but she used all different lavenders and mauves with a large border.
Pi2 Quilt Pattern
Pairs of print fabrics also work well. 42”x54”.

 

From the Comet Tails Quilt Pattern


Comet Tails Quilt Pattern

This Dr. Seuss version of Comet Tails was a display at Quilt Market. Made by Gayle Camargo, this cuddle fabric is from Shannon Fabrics. All the extra circles make for lots of fun!



Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
Table Mat-20”x40”
Fabric - Marcia Derse for Troy Corporation
Comet Tails is great for a holiday or seasonal table project!




Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
Lap quilt-40”x62” Quilted by Down Under Quilting


Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
Down Under Quilting used a circular quilting pattern which looks great!


Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
Can’t you just picture a lovely pitcher of lemonade on this bright table runner? The fabrics are all from the Michael Miller Couture Cotton line. The runner has baby rick rack and a few little sparkles-it’s very fun. 20”x40”.
Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
Simple straight line quilting is very effective on Comet Tails.


Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
The staff at Make It Sew www.makeitsewmn.com picked beautiful batiks for their Comet Tails-love that cherry red center!

Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
You could choose to use 5 different fabrics for the table runner.


Comet Tails Quilt Pattern
The Comet Tails projects can be quilted so many different ways. This is a fun overall loopy flower done by KARS Quilting. 20”x40”


Comet Tails Quilt Pattern

Isn’t this quilting just perfect for the project! By KARS Quilting.

 


Spark Quilt Pattern

The queen sized duvet, 90”x102”.


Spark Quilt Pattern
The fabric is from M& S Textiles, beautiful Australian fabrics. The lighter blue fabric is printed with the random lines that are visible and look like quilting. The lap sized quilt, 54x66 was quilted by KARS Quilting.



Spark Quilt Pattern
Spark can easily be made using all different fabrics and colors for each row. These fabrics are all from Marcia Derse for Troy Corporation. This is the extra wide twin duvet, 76”x90”.

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From the Spark Pattern

Spark Quilt Pattern
Twin sized duvet.

Spark Quilt Pattern
Spark can also look elegant when used with elegant fabric designed by Maria Kalinowski in association with Benartex for Kanvas. This room display at Quilt Market in the Benartex booth. Made by Sandy Irish.

Spark Quilt Pattern

Quilted by Down Under Quilting

Spark Quilt Pattern

Have you ever met an orange wavy line that you didn’t love? Pieced by Kay and Bev and quilted by KARS quilting. 54”x 66”.



Spark Quilt Pattern

The pattern also gives the sizes to cut the segments if you would like to make it half size. Kay made this Mini Spark using the same wavy orange line fabric but teamed it up with a different grouping. 27”x33”.

Spark Quilt Pattern

The look of Spark will change if the fabric is all very busy. 54”x66”

Spark Quilt Pattern

Lap size 54”x66”. The fabric is from Painter’s Canvas by Laura Gunn for Michael Miller.
Quilted by KARS Quilting.

 

From the Inversion Quilt Pattern

Inversion Quilt Pattern
Find a really cut juvenile print and make a wall hanging for a baby gift! 36x36. 


Inversion Quilt Pattern
Quilted by KARS quilting with an overall design.


Inversion Quilt Pattern
Wall- 36” x 36”



Inversion Quilt Pattern
If you choose less contrast for the centers you will have an entirely different look. Lap 48” x 60”. Quilted by KARS quilting.

Inversion Quilt Pattern
Try the focal print on the outside edge and mix 2 centers. 


Inversion Quilt Pattern
Lap size, 48” x 60”. This beautiful painterly stripe from Camelot Cottons makes a wonderful center. Quilted by KARS quilting.


Inversion Quilt Pattern
Make a fun holiday or seasonal quilt with Inversion; lap size 48” x 60”.


Inversion Quilt Pattern

Twin size, 66” x 90”. Quilted by KARS Quilting.

 



Stackables 1 Quilt Pattern
Look at this wonderful version of Stackables 1 that was in the Shannon Fabrics (www.shannonfabrics.com) booth at Quilt Market. Made by Gayle Camargo from such irresistible Cuddle fabric, you just had to touch it. Notice the rug is a Stackables also!

From the Stackables 1 Quilt Pattern


Stackables 1 Quilt Pattern

Lap size 48” x 66”. Quilted by KARS quilting. 
Stackables 1 Quilt Pattern
Kay’s customized her  smaller version with different design choices and don’t you love the red edge!

Stackables 1 Quilt Pattern
Lap size-48” x 66”. Quilted by KARS quilting. 

 

 

From the Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern


Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern

Quilted by KARS quilting. Queen 90” x 99”. 


Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern

Bev added some additional FQ’s to her wall size. 

Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern
Kay used some extra FQ’s for her wall size. The red edge is very eye catching.




Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern
This is a mix of fabrics from Marcia Derse, from Troy Corporation. The fabric looks hand painted but is commercially printed. Fabulous! Lap size 45” x 63”. Quilted by KARS quilting.

Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern
Fabric is M&S Textiles. Wall size 36” x 45”. Quilted by KARS quilting. Gallery.

Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern
A collection of 10 brights & black will always look great! Wall size. Quilted by KARS quilting. 

Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern
Queens sized and oh so cheerful and bright! 90” x 99”. Quilted by KARS quilting. 

Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern
Just a partial look at this queen sized done in various shades of taupe. Stackables 2 is so great for that color collection of FQ’s you have been saving.

Stackables 2 Quilt Pattern

M&S Textiles fabric. Wall size, quilted by KARS quilting. 

 

Bagavond Quilt Pattern
My sister made up this Bagavond with some great new Seven Islands fabric that we got at Quilt Market. Don’t you love those sunglasses on the deer!

 

Bagavond Quilt Pattern
The black and white wavy line stripe for the lining gives a sharp look to the edge. 

Bagavond Quilt Pattern
The pleated handle will fit nicely on your shoulder.

Bagavond Quilt Pattern
The handles and sides are different fabrics-5 fabrics total.

 

Bagavond Quilt Pattern
The home décor  weight fabric will work nicely. We used it without décor bond for this bag, making the bag very soft sided.

From the Bagavond Quilt Pattern


Bagavond Quilt Pattern

Cheryl used 5 fabrics for this cheerful look. 


Bagavond Quilt Pattern

Kay picked 5 fabrics for this rich slightly jungle look. Big prints are great for the body of the bag.


Bagavond Quilt Pattern

Heide added buttons and fancy stitching to this bright summery bag.

Bagavond Quilt Pattern

4 very bold prints makes a fun statement from Bev.


Bagavond Quilt Pattern

A softer look in blues, greens and accent with the lining edge.


Bagavond Quilt Pattern

Love that paisley!


Bagavond Quilt Pattern

6 different fabrics for fun.


Bagavond Quilt Pattern
Bagavond Quilt Pattern
We made the front and the back of the bag from different fabric; always an option – 5 fabrics.


Bagavond Quilt Pattern

Mary Brandt made her own fabric for Bagavond using Paintstiks and rubbing templates from Cedar Canyon Textiles, www.cedarcanyontextiles.com. Bagavond’s large size really has space for showing off something special.
 

 

From the Kard Keeper Quilt Pattern

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Kard Keeper Quilt Pattern
Just a small bit of fabric is needed to create your Kard Keeper. Quick fun to embellish.
 

 

Jagged Edges Quilt
The polka dots are a great border for the wall size.

Jagged Edges Quilt
Quilted by KARS Quilting.

From the Jagged Edges Quilt Pattern

Jagged Edges Quilt
Using a stripe in the border gives another element of surprise!

Jagged Edges Quilt
Kay used a blurry stripe in the border which is beautiful


Jagged Edges Quilt

Cheryl’s lap size with the dots in the border is such fun.


Jagged Edges Quilt

Quilted by KARS Quilting.

 

 

From the Celebrate Quilt Pattern

Celebrate Quilt
Michele Byrum has often used our patterns to showcase her beautiful and award winning appliqué. The combination of stripes and flowers in the appliqué is quite striking.

Celebrate Quilt
Quilted by Mary Brandt

Celebrate Quilt
6 blocks plus a border will make this Scout feel great. Heide did a great job using this special fabric.

Celebrate Quilt
This is a lap size in soft blues and greens with a tone on tone stripe.





Celebrate Quilt

Cheryl did 4 blocks with a simple border

Celebrate Quilt
A table mat by Cheryl

Celebrate Quilt
This is the crib size by Kay

Celebrate Quilt
Heide’s variation on the 2 block table mat was to curve the corners and add a narrow inner binding.

Celebrate Quilt
This is the table mat from the pattern

Celebrate Quilt
This lap size used a beautiful darker tans/browns batik for the stripe.

Celebrate Quilt
Quilted by KARS Quilting.

Quilt of Valor using Celebrate quilt pattern
By Lisa Feor - made for Quilts of Valor and donated to Walter Reed Army Medical Center. For information on the Quilts of Valor foundation go to www.qovf.org

 

Ric Rac Rendezvous Quilt
A printed stripe dressed up with ric rac.

Ric Rac Rendezvous Quilt
Stripes that are variable sizes and colors are fun to use.
A fabulous button covers the ends of the ric rac.

Ric Rac Rendezvous Quilt
Even without ric rac, the runner is fun to look at.

From the Ric Rac Rendezvous Quilt Pattern


Ric Rac Rendezvous Quilt

The big beautiful florals make such a statement.
Leave short tails on the ric rac and use a button where they cross.
The ends of the ric rac are glued under and stitched.

Ric Rac Rendezvous Quilt
The ends of the ric rac are crossed and glued onto the back.

 

From the Carnival Quilt Pattern

 

Carnival Quilt

Lori’s use of the light cream color really makes this a stand out. Check with Cotton Fields Quilt Shop for fabric information. cottonfields@embarqmail.com
htttp://cottonfieldsnc.blogspot.com/  

 

Carnival Quilt
Quilted by Patti Trygg  46” x 64” lap size


Carnival Quilt
Doesn’t this look fun done with ethnic prints from M&S Textiles 46x46.

Carnival Quilt
By Kay Smith. The dark border really sets off the colors and the bright yellow catches your eye! 46x64.

Carnival Quilt
The softer tones still look great. Check out the circles that are cut from a different fabric; they make a great accent.
By Heide Burger 46x64.

Carnival Quilt
Bright and fun done by Bev Dorsey 46x46.
Carnival Quilt
Jill started this quilt in a workshop in Maine.
It’s the perfect graduation gift for her grand niece.
Carnival Quilt
Carnival Quilt

Kathleen Currier was having some lime green moments when she created this table runner (left) and quilt from the Carnival pattern, quilted by Margaret Gunn.
She named the quilt, It’s About Time, (right) because she had been collecting black and white prints for so long, just waiting for the her perfect pattern to appear. Thanks for choosing Carnival Kathleen! Aren’t they great?

 

Frenzy Quilt
Frenzy 35.5 x 35.5. Fabric from Michael Miller Fabrics.

Frenzy Quilt
Made by Heide Burger. A softer stripe looks great. Fun border idea!

Frenzy Quilt

From the Frenzy Quilt Pattern

Frenzy Quilt
The addition of cut outs to accent the stripe are fun. Made by Kay Smith.

Frenzy Quilt
A great stripe from Michael Miller. Use some of the leftovers as additions to the slightly wider border!

 

Frenzy Quilt
Frenzy 35.5 x 35.5 Fabric from Lyndhurst Studio.

Frenzy Quilt

 

 

From the Sidelines Quilt Pattern

 

Sidelines Quilt
Christmas Sidelines by Cheryl. She added a large outer border to really set off the poinsettias. Machine quilted by KARS.

Sidelines Quilt
Sidelines cover quilt. Quilted by Patti Trygg.

Sidelines Quilt
Sidelines cover quilt 42x48, quilted by Patti Trygg.

Sidelines Quilt
Made by Kay Smith, a mini sized project 36x42.

Sidelines Quilt
The mini half size blocks are perfect for a crib size quilt, 30x33.

Sidelines Quilt
Sidelines Wisteria quilt by Debbee Jacobs. 96” x 108” . Debbee made extra blocks to bring it to the size she needed and it is so lovely with all the gorgeous Asian prints.

 


Sidelines Quilt

Jim's use of landscape or scene fabric works beautifully in Sidelines.
His design addition of the tiny bit of orange in the border really makes a wonderful splash.

 

Sidelines Quilt
 Made by Heide Burger 58x64.
Sidelines Quilt
Kay called this Animal Eyes. Lap size.

Sidelines Quilt
What a fun Christmas quilt. The centers were framed to get them to the correct sizes. Made by Heide Burger.

Sidelines Quilt
Sidelines 42x48, quilted by Patti Trygg.
Sidelines Quilt
Made by Kay Smith. Lap size.

Sidelines Quilt
There are many beautiful panel style fabrics which could be used for the centers of the blocks. 42x48
Sidelines Quilt
Sidelines 58” x 66”. Norma Lee Miller had some beautiful fabric from Alaska that she featured in this version of Sidelines. She made some size changes to the blocks to accommodate the fabric.


 

 

From the Wallet & Grommet Pattern

Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern
This fresh looking bag made by Heide Burger.
Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern
Australian fabrics from M&S Textiles

Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern

Kay Smith made this great bag with animal prints.

Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern
Made by Kay Smith with Westminster fabrics.

Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern
Use your favorite black and bright fabrics.

Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern

Sandy used some fancy trim on the diagonal seam.
Love it!

Wallet & Grommet Quilted Bag
If you love stripes, you can show them off!

 

Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern
Bold Over Batiks fabrics www.boldoverbatiks.com

Wallet & Grommet - Quilted Hand Bag Pattern
Bag by Deb Steere

 

From The Hot Shot Quilt Pattern

 

Hot Shot Quilt
Hot Shot  44” x 44”  Quilted by Margo Moore. Fabric from Bold Over Batiks www.boldoverbatiks.com

Hot Shot Quilt
Cheryl Forsythe split the block halves and added a fun inner border of squares.

Hot Shot Quilt
Hot Shot can look fresh and charming when the background is all white and the accents are different bright colors. Lynn made this king size Hot Shot for a friend who chose the colors. Isn’t it great? The overall quilting design by Eileen Merrick looks perfect with this fresh look. Lynn’s condo doesn’t have the space to lay the quilt out for a compete photo, but this partial still shows us a great new look.
Hot Shot Quilt
Kay Smith used a larger print for the small squares and it looks so interesting.
This Hot Shot is a raffle quilt made by a group of Canadian quilters.
This Hot Shot is a raffle quilt made by a group of Canadian quilters.
Hot Shot Quilt
A great combination of colors by Heide Burger.
Hot Shot Quilt
Isn’t this a great version of Hot Shot made by Gayle Camargo.
Fabrics are from Robert Kaufman; the Aurora and Radiance lines.
Hot Shot Quilt
Hot Shot Quilt
Hot Shot Quilt

Here are three versions of the 9 block Hot Shot with the fabrics scattered. Garden Party fabric from Free Spirit, multiple blacks and whites and multiple blues.
 

 

 

From the Bent Pieces Quilt Pattern

 
Bent Pieces Quilt
Janet Stewart from Texas made her Bent Pieces table runner a bit longer to suit her table.
Bent Pieces Quilt
Bent Pieces looks very lively when bright nearly solid colors are used.

 

From the Piqued Quilt Pattern

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Piqued Quilt
Piqued by Kay Smith

Piqued Quilt
The Quilter’s Store Sedona made this striking piece featuring some fabrics from M&S Textiles; great Australian fabrics.

 

 

 

From The Check It Out Quilt Pattern

Check It Out Quilt
M&S Textiles, www.mstextiles.com 
Check It Out quilt with aboriginal fabrics-look carefully and see the kangaroos jumping around. 4-16” blocks and no border make a 32” x 32” piece that makes a nice size for a table mat. It looks quite different from the black and white version!


Check It Out Quilt
Cheryl Forsythe – Multiple darks and lights and one large print floral for the frames made quite a change to the pattern. She also added a large border using the same fabric as the frames.

 

From the Splashy Squares Pattern

 

Splashy Squares Quilt
Splashy Squares by Kay Smith

 

Eating In Quilt Table Runner Pattern

Eating In Quilt Table Runner Detail

Specialty thread was couched onto the binding using a narrow zigzag with monofilament thread. It is an easy detail that looks good.
 

From the Eating In Table Runner Pattern

Eating In Quilt Table Runner Pattern

Eating In Quilt Table Runner Pattern

 

From the Jam Art Pattern

Jam Art Quilt Pattern
Jam Art looks completely different and very fun when a strip roll of print fabric is used. Isn't this great! Made by a Texas quilter friend, Lois Beauchamp.

Jam Art Quilt Pattern

Jam Art Quilt Pattern
Heide Burger did a variation of the border and has the quilt hanging horizontally for a completely new look.

Jam Art Quilt Pattern

 

 

From the Pot Luck Quilt Pattern

Pot Luck quilt
Pot Luck for Halloween by Sue Seeley.

Pot Luck Quilt
Sue Seeley coordinated a group sewing day for charity quilts and they used the Pot Luck pattern. Lots of fun quilts were stitched that day!


 

From the Frames Pattern

 
Frames Quilt Pattern
The center of this version of Frames is a beautiful printed panel – this was a 25” panel that I cut a section from. Keep your eyes open for interesting panels on your trips!

Frames Quilt Pattern
It’s so interesting to see how fiber artists take a new twist!  Pat Gale created this fabulous piece with a spectacular center.  www.etsy.com/shop/TableToppersNMor.  There is a detailed description explaining her application.  
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Baby Grand Quilt
Baby Grand by Kay Smith

Baby Grand Quilt

From the Baby Grand Quilt Pattern

Baby Grand Quilt
18” x 25” I used Langa Lapu’s botanical sun batiks for the border of this version of Baby Grand. www.langalapu.co.za

Baby Grand Quilt 
18” x 31” Langa Lapu specializes in these wonderful wax batik panels and batiks that are created through a sun process. This is a version of Baby Grand where I used a printed stripe rather than making my own. www.langalapu.co.za

 

From the Grand Opening Quilt Pattern

 

 

Grand Opening Quilt - Fabrics from Benartex, Quilted by Margot Moore

Fabrics from Benartex  
www.benartex.com 
36” x 48”
Quilted by Margot Moore

Grand Opening Quilt - Fabric from Bold Over Batiks, quilted by Margot Moore

Fabrics from Bold Over Batiks  www.boldoverbatiks.com 
28” x 48”
Quilted by Margot Moore

Grand Opening Quilt - Quilted by Kristie Predmore

28” x 48”
Quilted by Kristie Predmore

Grand Opening Quilt
Lois used the Grand Opening pattern as the setting for these photos.

 

 

 

From the Long Lines Pattern

Long Lines Quilt
Long Lines by Kay Smith

Bali Long Lines Quilt
Bali Long Lines Quilt

22” x 28” Fabrics from Bali Fabrics
Quilted by Kristie Predmore, KP Quilting


Long Lines Quilt

Kay choose a subdued but sophisticated color group for her Long Lines for Diane.

Bold Over Batiks Long Line Quilt
Bold Over Batiks Long Lines Quilt
22" x 28”
Fabrics from Bold Over Batiks
Quilted by Margo Moore, Moorehen Quilting

Letting Loose Quilt
Pilgrim Roy Challenge Long Lines Quilt
This version of Long Lines was made for the Pilgrim Roy Challenge. It will be touring the country with other quilts for the next year. When it arrives back home in Paducah in the spring of 2007 it will be auctioned off during the quilt show. The money raised from the auction of these traveling quilts helps to support the quilt museum.

Odds and Ends Quilt
Benartex Long Lines
22 x 28”
Fabrics from Benartex –The Matrix collection of fabrics
Quilted by Kristie Predmore, KP Quilting

 

From the Over and Under Quilt Pattern

Over & Under Quilt

 

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