Glyph #1 by Carson Converse, 2014
"The linear nature of a ¼"" seam allowance and the natural translucence of fabric are two elements of quiltmaking that I love and are typically lost in the final quilt. For this quilt I layered two... more
Under the Radar by Corinne Sovey, 2015
I wanted to design a quilt that played with concentric circles and negative space. The entire quilt is traditionally pieced, no applique was involved. The stripes were paper-pieced on giant templates... more
Emerging Illusion by Allison Dutton, 2015
This quilt is a collaboration of the members of Emerge Circle of Do. Good Stitches. Using the blocks of the MQG's March 2015 quilt of the month, Use Your Illusion, and a "color antiquity" palette (... more
Cancer & Taurus (Constellation Quilt) by Amber Corcoran, 2015
"I created this quilt while designing blocks for each of the twelve astrological constellations. This quilt uses two of the constellations, Cancer and Taurus, my husband's and my astrological signs... more
my brother's jeans by melissa averinos, 2015
The denim in this quilt is from my brother Michael's work jeans, which I rescued from the dumpster after his suicide in 2009. I improvisationally pieced the crosses, which resemble a variation on the... more
Shift by Carson Converse, 2013
This piece was designed by drawing directly on large pieces of fabric followed by experimentation on my design wall. Only three solid colors are used to create this quilt. Additional shades are... more
Passing Through by Valerie Luberecki, 2015
With the EZ Triangle Quilt Challenge, I wanted to use the triangle template as a starting point for a minimalist design. I liked thinking about the progression of a bold color passing through the... more
512 by Jenn Nevitt, 2015
Inspired by an computer generated image of all the possible combinations of two colors in a nine-patch, I designed this quilt. I wanted the nine patch to 'fill up' with color, and the squares inside... more