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Will Work for Fabric – Sharon Zurbrigg

Just like any other quilter, it started someplace, somewhere and somehow. I started sewing when I was in high school and my first “real job” was working in a fabric store. As time went on, I worked for a drapery company and then did tailoring for a local men’s wear shop. After a few years, […]

Posted: April 6th, 2010  

Topics: Guest Bloggers, Quilt Gallery


Easter Quilts

Quick stats: Total submissions: 19 Total countries: 7 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 10 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. Bunny FacesBy: Cindy Stephens, Indiana, USA I started quilting about 5 years ago and this is one of my first quilts. Unfortunately, I don’t remember the name of the pattern. […]

Posted: April 2nd, 2010  

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Mary Ellen von Holt of Little Quilts

I’m thrilled to be featured as a guest blogger! Quilting has always been such a relaxing past time for me. In 1976 I was working on a needle point picture of Mickey Mouse commemorating the 500 year anniversary of the bicentennial. I was flipping through Family Circle magazine and came across a picture of a […]

Posted: March 31st, 2010  

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African Inspiration Quilts

Quick stats: Total submissions: 8 Total countries: 5 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 4 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. African ChallengeBy: Trudi, United Kingdom A challenge set by a member of my local quilting group. She had spent many years living in Uganda and had quite a collection of […]

Posted: March 26th, 2010  

Topics: Quilt Gallery


Mary Stori

For every quilter, there’s a story to tell about how they began quilting, here’s mine… My name is Mary Stori. I didn’t come from a family of quilters, as a matter of fact, the only sewing experience I had growing up was making that ‘token’ gathered skirt in Junior High. I recall thinking that the […]

Posted: March 24th, 2010  

Topics: Guest Bloggers, Quilt Gallery


St. Patrick’s Day Quilts

Quick stats: Total submissions: 8 Total countries: 3 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 5 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. A St Pats scrappy runnerBy: Jean Shores, Nebraska, USA This is a table runner. The center strips were done when participating in a calendar quilt strip sewalong. All the strips […]

Posted: March 19th, 2010  

Topics: Quilt Gallery


Cheryl Lynch

My name is Cheryl Lynch and I am thrilled to be a guest blogger. I started quilting when my family moved to the Philadelphia area in 1992. My kids were in school and I started taking classes at the local quilt shop (which is no longer in business.) I was hooked almost immediately. The possibilities […]

Posted: March 17th, 2010  

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Quilts for Teens

Quick stats: Total submissions: 14 Total countries: 5 Total provinces: 1 Total states: 7 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. adam’s quiltBy: aida, Malaysia quilt for my youngest son Adam..he loves colours so i made him this bright blue and red quilt…and hand quilted it wiht scallop design…. Quilt size: […]

Posted: March 12th, 2010  

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Quilts for Little Girls

Quick stats: Total submissions: 30 Total countries: 8 Total provinces: 2 Total states: 14 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. Addy’s QuiltBy: Tara Quilts, Alabama, USA Size is approximate. This was made from the ‘girly’ pieces from a Woodland Bloom (Lila Tueller for Moda) layer cake. Quilt size: width: 40" […]

Posted: March 5th, 2010  

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Quilts for My Girls

Since I can’t enter this week’s quilts for little girls contest, I wanted to share with you some of the quilts I’ve made for my nieces. I have two nieces, Lucy just turned 4 last Saturday, and Alice is 1.5, she’ll be two on Halloween. While I don’t live close to them, my sister does […]

Posted: March 4th, 2010  

Topics: My Quilting Journey, Quilt Gallery

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Why quilt?

By: Grace Thorne I’m sure we’ve all seen photos of beautiful quilts and wallhangings that earn oft-coveted blue ribbons. I raise my needle to the innovative and industrious makers for their discipline, vision and expertise and for the serious eye candy and inspiration they provide for the “rest” of us, meaning the everyday, ordinary quilter. […]

Posted: March 3rd, 2010  

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Quilts for Little Boys

Quick stats: Total submissions: 30 Total countries: 7 Total provinces: 2 Total states: 16 You can click on the photo to view a larger version. Alphabet QuiltBy: Meredith, Massachusetts, USA This pattern was the first I ever made. Now I make it for my close friends and family whenever they have a baby. I made […]

Posted: February 26th, 2010  

Topics: Quilt Gallery