|Karen Duling: Equal but not|
|Tara Faughnan: On Point|
|Jo Avery (UK): Shutter Speed|
|Carolyn Friedlander: Eads Jetty Quilt|
|This is a Charity Quilt which |
is also a great example of
|Lorena Uriarte: Dynamic Hypnotic|
Easily pieced with striped fabric squares
|Detail showing curved hand quilting|
|Tia S. Curtis: Berry Jam|
Sewn stripes improv.
|Detail showing uneven|
|Amy Friend: Deception|
"Oh what a tangled web we weave . . ."
|Amy Kidd: Fractured Rainbow|
Lots of Kaffe Fassett striped fabric
|Fade to Gray by |
|Tara Faughnan: Galactic Quilt|
|Isabel Munoz: Can You Get Inside?|
|Blair C. Stocker: Starflake|
|Quilt No. 24: Prairie by Shelby Skumanich|
|Malka Dubrowsky: Next Teardrop|
|Lorena Uriarte: potted Gums on Mount Agony Road|
|Slightly Arabic feel . . .|
|. . . achieved by hourglass centre|
|Alex O Hoffman: Cabin Fade Quilt|
|Acid Lime Kisses by Amanda Hancock|
|L Cabin by Linda Hungerford|
|Erin Suliak: Frolic|
Made from "thrifted"
The Spaces Inbetween
|Check out the giant|
|Patricia Young: Winding|
Through It All
|I've included this because it's by a UK quilter,|
Paula Steel, and it's one of at least two she has in the show.
It's called Finding Structure and is a swatch made with moving material around on a design wall.
|Swatches by Heather E. Black|
Designed to look like a sketch
book with overlapping
|Detail: I like the freely|
|Lorena Uriarte: Sakura Breeze representing the fleeting|
nature of the Japanese Cherry Blossom season. She uses
just two fabrics, a Japanese yarn dyed cloth and an ombre
pink in a modern interpretation of the rail fence block.
|Lovely curved hand quilting with central ties.|
|Float On by Jen Carlton Baily|
She describes a magical moment lying on the grass at a summer concert when the words of the song sounded out and children in front blew bubbles.
|Although hard to see she makes interesting use of negative space by piecing the white background fabrics in same way as the coloured blocks.|
|Trippy Triangles by Joanna Marsh|
English Paper Pieced and machine quilted
|100 Days Down the Rabbit Hole by Jacqueline Skerrit|
She made 100 blocks in 100 days using 3 colours plus gray in each block, piecing or applique then added batting and quilting.
Background blocks are "Ghost quilted" to add interest.
What a fantastic concept and arrangement.
|Ice Melting by Karen Maple|
Hand pieced using a new method, California, not English, paper piecing. I must investigate what this is.
|Stunning machine quilts with accented by hand work.|