- Total submissions: 7
- Total countries: 4
- Total provinces: 0
- Total states: 3
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||Born on the 5th of July
By: Sandi, Minnesota, USA
I began this piece in 2006 in patriotic colors for my son, born July 5, 1976. I only worked on it when I met with my “Tuesday Crazies” friends. I was determined to finish by Election Day, 2008, and I did. I embroidered Obama’s name that night but if McCain had won, his name would be on the piece.
Quilt size: width: 19" height: 15"
||Crazy Pieced Quilt
By: Diane B, Florida, USA
I used all my left over orphan blocks cut them up and pieced with strips and squares to make this quilt. It was made during a difficult time in my life and was good therapy for me. This is my version of a crazy quilt as at the time, I thought I was going crazy.
Quilt size: width: 45″" height: 60"
By: Anita BjÃ¶rk, Sweden
I made this small quilt in january 2010 because I wanted to try to “quilt-as-you-go”.
Quilt size: width: 24" height: 36"
||I love this jacket
By: Liesbeth Wessels, Netherlands
I made this jacket from all kinds of blue colours. I love to wear it. This is the way I could assemble my own fabric. It is sewn with several stitches.
The pattern is from a sewing magazine in the Netherlands, the collar is very special .
Quilt size: width: 24" height: 20"
||No Pink Please!
By: Toni Neilson, New Zealand
My daughter requested a girly quilt with definately no pink, so whats a Mother to do but fill it with purple lol.
Quilt size: width: 65" height: 80"
||Schoonover’s Heirloom Quilt
By: Cheryl Hartzog, Florida, USA
I wanted a crazy quilt at Mom’s to drape over the sofa, so we all started some 8″ blocks a few years ago. Mom & I ended up doing most of the handwork, emboridery and ribbon work, we finished it and entered it in a quilt show, we won 1st place, that show was based on crazy quilts.
Quilt size: width: 52" height: 68"
||She’s Crazy in the Attic
By: Kathy, Virginia, USA
In the process of making a apple core quilt, I had these little pieces I couldn’t stand to throw away. I pieced them on 4 inch fabric backing. I then placed them in Attic windows. To make them stand out more I used black piping around each block. It is quilted by machine.
Quilt size: width: 35" height: 44"
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This post was published on November 5th, 2010. Post topics: Quilt Gallery.