Seen at Sprint Quilt Market 2016: Big Bertha by Margaret Solomon Gunn. Read more about Market on the Quilters Newsletter blog.
Seen at Spring Quilt Market 2016: Zen Garden by Margaret Solomon Gunn. Read more about Market on the Quilters Newsletter blog.
Prayers of My People by Ann Horton of Redwood Valley, California, from International Quilt Festival 2015
"Oh Dear!" by Christine Yi, at the 2015 Northwest Quilting Expo. This Dear Jane quilt was the first quilt Christine ever made!
Psalm 23 Quilt by Lena Moore, circa 1930. Publications | American Folk Art Museum
Bling Bling Snowflake by Chungsu Lee -- one of the most striking and interesting (not to mention challenging) scrap quilts I've ever seen.
"Barefoot and Pregnant," 1987, by feminist quilter, teacher, author and Quilters Newsletter contributor Jean Ray Laury. She based it on a 1963 speech by an Arkansas state senator, but it's just as timely today.
The Freedom Quilt eventually will reside in the 9/11 museum at Ground Zero. The 10 quilts were made by local fiber artists and quilting guilds in Colorado.
Home Quilt - Siggi Eggertsson
GORGEOUS! click through to see more shots of this beauty!
Mariners compass, new york beauty Completely GORGEOUS!
Laura Long (1870–1975) Quilt, “Log Cabin” Pattern, 1931 Silk, 861⁄2 x 751⁄2 in. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Long (M.71.103) © Estate of Laura Long
Images from Paducah 2014
This amazing mosaic quilt was hand pieced (using English template piecing) by Albert Small in the 1930's. Mr. Small was an explosives handler at an Illinois quarry with an obvious talent at piecing! #quilt #quilting #longarm #machinequilting #tinlizzie18
'Shooting Stars' Birgit Schüller, 2009. Photo by Fabadashery: International Quilt Festival Luxembourg 2014
quilt by Frank Hyder
Detail, Voyage to Tomorrow by Emiko Yoshino, Tokyo International Quilt Festival 2011, photo by Be*mused
Yumemi by Maiko Ogawa
Colorburst, Tokyo Quilt Festival. beautiful colour grading.
Patchwork Bed Cover, 1842-1852, James Williams (Wrexham, UK). British Folk Art at the Tate Museum - 10 June to 14 September 2014.
Departure by Kiyomi Takayanagi, from the Why Quilts Matter blog, photographed at International Quilt Market
Springville Museum of Art Quilt Show
'Fibonacci Fandango' by Jess Williams | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Paperpieces.com English Paper Piecing Hexies
Summertime, Quilt, Jane Sassaman