When I look out of my window today, this quilt reflects exactly the mood I observe outside.
Quilt size: width: 21cm" height: 30cm"
BRR!!! By: Sarcastic Quilter, Tennessee, USA
I took an applique class to create this purchased pattern. Fittingly, these penguins came together as much of the US had it’s coldest winter temperatures this year and well, all of us just said “BRR!!!”
I love how cute they are all bundled up with rosey cheeks!
Quilt size: width: 38" height: 30.5"
Fairy Chill By: CieAngel, Florida, USA
This Wall Hanging was made with hand painted fabric in the middle. I also made a purple one that I gave to my friend since she liked purple. I’ve always wondered what happens to fairies in the winter don’t you?
Quilt size: width: 9" height: 10"
Feathered Flake By: Emma, Australia
This quilt was inspired by one made by Ferret. Within a week of seeing it, I’d made this, my first wholecloth. I’d meant for it to be angular, more like a real snow crystal, but my hand wanted to draw feathers! I used alternate colours in the bobbin, so it’s reversable.
Quilt size: width: 20.5" height: 20.5"
Grey Jay By: What Comes Next?, British Columbia, Canada
a quilted postcard made for a winter themed swap. The Grey Jay’s or Whisky Jacks always make an appearance when hiking, or in this case snowshoeing in the local mountains. Based on a photograph taken by my husband. Applique, thread painted and embellished
Quilt size: width: 4" height: 6"
Journey into the light By: Ingrid, Netherlands
This is made from a design of McKenna Ryan and its my symbol of cold and ice and snow. The star will give it a little warmth !!
Quilt size: width: 24" height: 26"
Once Upon a Star By: Calicojoan, Colorado, USA
Another one of McKenna Ryan’s fabulous quilts. I had to have this kit before it was even out on the market. It took all I had to wait patiently for the fabrics to come in! I absolutely love Alaska, so this one spoke to me on a very personal level.
Quilt size: width: 63" height: 57"
Pink Snowflake By: Maya, California, USA
This quilt was made for a Doll Quilt swap. I love the idea of the 1/8th fold design used in Hawaiian quilts – one can draw up one’s own design and the results are most often very pretty!
Quilt size: width: 12" height: 12"
Silent Night By: Holly Elam, Alabama, USA
I made this quilt for a swap this past December. I sent it to a dear friend in Montana. Some of the embellishments are hand sewn.
Quilt size: width: 24" height: 28"
Snowflake By: Jane C, United Kingdom
Machined pieced and quilted with appliqued lace crochet snowflakes with bead embellishments. A challenge to use my husband’s Grandmother’s lace crochet snowflakes and the unusual white and grey fabrics in my stash using intricate piecing.
Quilt size: width: 58" height: 73"
Snowflakes are hexagonal By: Margeeth, Netherlands
I made this quilt for a challenge. We got a bundle of fabrics, the quilt had to be about snow and we were allowed to add one extra fabric (the white from the snowflakes).
Quilt size: width: 30" height: 30"
snowy kaleidoscope By: grace thorne, Maine, USA
Quilt size: width: 24" height: 24"
Winter Waiting By: Sharon Vrooman, New York, USA
Snow, Ice, Cold – that’s our mixed Noreast storms. Reminds me of our empty bird houses, standing like sentries in any weather – waiting for the return of feathery families. I used several “snowy” fabrics to represent our storms and handquilted with metallic thread for the sparkly ice.
Quilt size: width: 11" height: 14"
Winter Wonderland By: KathyQuilter, Arizona, USA
The idea for the snow scene came from a book. I designed the quilt myself. When I first saw the blue and white polkadot fabric in the store, I immediately knew what the finished quilt would look like. I love it when that happens!
Quilt size: width: 48" height: 72"
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This post was published on February 5th, 2010. Post topics: Quilt Gallery.
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