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    "Urban Beads" quilt by Sew Kind of Wonderful. One of my absolute favorite quilts of all time. I love every single thing about it!

    Twisted Pastels are my newest venture. They all started as original pastel drawings done by me in college. I have gone back and reinvented each one into something completely fresh using photo software. Check out the rest of the Twisted Pastels category and you may see the same image twisted in multiple ways.

    OMGaMAZing quilting texture! There's no way I'd have the patience to do this, but I do love love love the result

    Quilt done with a combination of fabric, embroidery, and beads - Thom Atkins ~ see more of his fantastic work at www.thomatkins.co...

    Lightening Strikes by Mary Stoudt: based on a fearsome experience , several year ago when lightening struck in my house, inches from where I was standing. It took out a number of electrical things including my garage door openers.

    Mary Stoudt is a long time quilter, a quilt artist really. She has devised her own method of gradually layering fabric "in a grid like fashion." - but I still can't work out exactly how she gets the effect she does. This quilt is called "Blue eyed bird".

    Japanese blue and indigo drunkard's path quilt - love the combination of modern color and interpretation, and traditional block

    really interesting use of grid system - like the implied architecture!

    Amazing Quilt I would like to do something like this with scraps from quilts that I have made....how long do I wait to gather scraps? or do I just do it now?

    Gorgeous quilt! I have Absolutely no idea what this says, but hopefully there's a credit in here somewhere... logcabin vs scrappers. 2º Premio en el concurso internacional "Quand les matières se rencontrent" del Carrefour europeen du patchwork. En el concurso se tenian que utilizar materias diferentes a la tela, yo (Cecília González desedamas) use sedas, madera y pan de plata

    very interesting - bubble-sided mountains? megablueberry trees? futuristic buildings with landing ports on every floor?