January by Liz Harvatine, 2015
I designed this pattern for the LAMQG's 2015 block of the month. It is one of several designs I've made that involve layered, interlocking curves. I used Adobe Illustrator to create templates.
red hot by Shawna Doering, 2015
The first thing I focus on is how colors interact with each other. This often makes really interesting and surprising color combinations. Then, I find a way to use traditional quilt blocks or shapes... more
Winged by Krista Fleckenstein, 2015
Inspired by the EZ Quilting Challenge, I was determined to use just the 45 degree template to cut each piece in this quilt top. 480 triangles in cool hues make up the quilt. Even though it has a... more
Golden by Sherri Lipman McCauley, 2015
Using the Michael Miller challenge fabrics add additional solids, the quilt was machine stitched and machine quilted. Improvisational piecing was used for the majority of the design, along with some... more
The Modern Strip Quilt by Vicki Ruebel, 2015
This quilt was a collaboration of the Las Vegas Modern Quilt Guild. Members were given fabric and guidelines to piece the blocks. The design and piecing was done by Kristin Reisner, Kristen Welsh,... more
Over Under by Daisy Aschehoug, 2015
While traveling in Norway this summer, I saw Kaffe Fassett's exhibition at the Hadeland Glassworks. I loved the negative space in his knitted Half Circle Throw and instantly wanted to try the design... more
basics by Laura Cox, 2015
Inspired by an Alexander Girard textile print, "basics" is built improvisationally with lines and triangles and the lack of ruler use. Created for an Umbrella Prints challenge, this quilt stepped me... more
Little Tents by Daisy Aschehoug, 2015
In March of 2015, I asked the Love Circle of the charity bee, do. Good Stitches, to send me improv triangle blocks in navy, light blue, and yellow. I wanted the triangles to suggest a camping scene... more