In this new showcase I present you, Sophie Zaugg, Chawne Kimber, Maria Shell and Kim Soper
This is a perfect project for using scraps or those beautiful charm packs that you have in your stash! This is a super easy and fun project!
In this new showcase I present you, Audrey Esarey, Heather Black, Amy Friend and Tara Glastonbury
SIZE: 35” x 42” YEAR COMPLETED: 2019 I named this quilt “November 76” because is the Lunar calendar of my birth month. I painted every moon in each of the blocks. It’s hand-quilted. I think is the only “neutral” quilts that I have made and the only one that I did for myself .
SIZE: 32” x 48” YEAR COMPLETED: 2019 Sir Isaac Newton’s third law of motion states that, “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction” In this way, in Nature for every force that exists, there is an equal and opposite counterforce. They are equal and opposite… one cannot exist without the other… This…
SIZE: 65” X 64” YEAR COMPLETED: 2019 My favorite season is autumn, calm comes with its beautiful colors, colors that in my Chile are the red liquidambar leaves falling down…I miss those colors here in São Paulo, where everything is still green, flowered and with warm temperatures…so, where is the autumn?
SIZE: 49” X 38” YEAR ENDED: 2019 In October of 2019, in my country, Chile, a social and political revolution began, caused by general discontent due to the existing social and economic inequality in society. This has led me to think about what virtues are key in a society and that therefore we should develop…
In general, when we hear about patchwork, we think about blocks and quilts that are traditional. This is the reason why I would like to introduce “Modern Quilting”.
Today I present you four amazing Modern Quilters, Yvonne Fuchs, Steph Skardal, Irene Roderick and Stephanie Ruyle.