|I think this is Stacy Day's Corsage created for the |
Riley Blake Challenge with Amy Gunson's Roundabout
pattern as the design source. There were several versions of
|Karin Jordan's Melon Wedding Ring|
The melon shapes were cut out with a Sissix
plate from roughly pieced strips.
|Wildfire by Kirsty Cleverly|
Log Cabin in 2 colours in varying proportions
set on point; asymmetric design morphing
from light to dark
|Detail of Blue Spiderweb|
|Leslie Schmidt: Blue Spiderweb|
She enjoyed making this exuberant version of this
traditional pattern in which the blocks spiral
out of control.
|Detail of Dunes|
|Dunes by Jenna Brand inspired by Latifah|
Saafir's Glam Clam quilt pattern but with
improvised curved inserts.
|This is a "don't know"|
|I think this is by Latifah Saafir,|
She is the inspiration behind many bold
interpretations of curved patterns.
|Shades of a distant Lancaster by Tomi Levin,|
a controlled improvisation of the Amish
style using favourite solids.
|Blueberries for Sal by Elisa Albury|
Deconstructed Bear's Paw blocks: two "children"
get separated from their mothers.
|Christa Watson: Focal Point made following |
advice to go more asymmetrical, create a cropped
design and include a focal point.
|I think this is Kristen Shields' Fruity Star |
in which the solids are string pieced with
neutrals so that the tips might disappear
giving the impression of the star floating on