Weekly Themed Quilt Contests
- Total submissions: 8
- Total countries: 3
- Total provinces: 1
- Total states: 6
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Beach Cottages (not quilted or bound, not eligible to win) (57" x 67")
By: Ms MoomMist, Pennsylvania, USA
Blog: Funky Stamping Time
Foundation Paper Piece from a pattern by "Piece by Number". I have a huge stash of bright color fat quarters that I had purchased while I was convalescing from cancer surgery and now was the time to use some of it and this was the perfect quilt with the perfect technique.
Camping Row quilt (66" x 88")
By: Amy Kendrick, South Carolina, USA
Blog: The Son Rises
This is a qiult I made for my pop-up camper. All the fabrics represent nature or camping in some way.
Charming Chains (53" x 58")
By: Vicki @ Quilting Lodge, Texas, USA
Blog: Quilting Lodge
I had a Salt Air charm pack and needed a pattern so I decided to make my own. It was very simple to put together and I really love how it turned out. I quilted it with straight lines because I thought it would compliment the rows of blocks.
Country Christmas (50" x 70")
By: Katie Wiseman, West Virginia, USA
Blog: Katie's Quilts and Crafts
Christmas Row-by-row pattern by Sindy of FatCatPatterns.com - I did this using QAYG method and raw-edge fusible applique with a buttonhole stitch! ;c)
Country, village, town (28" x 33")
By: Marjo B-W, Netherlands
Blog: MBWquilts en andere stofzaken
Three rows of urban civilisation, made with Japanese fabrics and German linen. Made all by hand, including the quilting. Inspiration found in a book by Yoko Saito.
I Love Christmas (84" x 98")
By: Pam Gwillim, Oregon, USA
Made 2000, this quilt was a QOM offered by JoAnn Fabrics. I waited until I had all the blocks then sewed like mad to have it done in time to go on our bed for Christmas. I loved adding the appliqued bow on the holly. Holly panto quilted by Laurie Smith. This remains the favorite quilt I have created
In the woods (49" x 74")
By: Ginette Vallieres, Ontario, Canada
Blog: The Quilting Princess
At least 8 years ago, maybe more, my quilt group did a Row Robin. This is my final quilt. It is mostly pieced, with some paper piecing in the trees and I did some hand applique in the first row. It was one of my favorite projects! Machine Quilting by Alice Chancey.
Summer Mini (16" x 20")
By: Betsy Lynn, Illinois, USA
This is a quilt I made for QG Good Ol' Summertime Mini Quilt Swap. I had a lot of fun designing this one. I used 30's reproduction fabrics(my fave), so I really enjoyed the whole process. It went to Bradie Sparrow in Canada, she said it was perfect for her.