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Weekly Themed Quilt Contests

  • Beginner's Quilt-Along

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    • Total submissions: 32
    • Total countries: 8
    • Total provinces: 5
    • Total states: 11

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  • Beginners Quilt Along (Fall is Here)

    Beginners Quilt Along (Fall is Here) (50" x 64")
    By: Bro3ther, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

    Using and assortment of fall colors I made all my blocks. Since I chose this method I had nothing in my stash to use for side setting triangles and I wanted to use what I had on hand. I love how it turned out and it will decorate our house for fall which has just arrived here.

  • Blue & Pink Quilt

    Blue & Pink Quilt (54" x 67")
    By: Rumeysa, Turkey
    Blog: rumeysaatas

  • BQA Quilt Bright

    BQA Quilt Bright (47" x 63")
    By: Gene Black, Alabama, USA
    Blog: Gene Black Alabama Artist and Quilter

  • BQA Quilt Warm

    BQA Quilt Warm (47" x 63")
    By: Gene Black, Alabama, USA
    Blog: Gene Black Alabama Artist and Quilter

  • Cardinals For Christmas

    Cardinals For Christmas (64" x 64")
    By: Nova Quilts, Nova Scotia, Canada

    This quilt was stitched from fabric pieces given to me when I visited a sister and admired her stash. Raiding my shelves built more blocks. Each time I put a block picture on FB a cousin commented on the lovely birds. So red cardinals became the setting blocks. A gift box awaiting this Xmas quilt.

  • colour splash

    colour splash (74" x 74")
    By: alice findlay, United Kingdom
    Blog: doris batting

    first sampler quilt using many different fabrics , but each block containing a solid

  • Crazy Quilt

    Crazy Quilt (54" x 67")
    By: Stacey T, California, USA

    A bright and whimsical quilt that was designed by my 7 year old who picked out the fabrics each week.

  • Fruit of the Vine

    Fruit of the Vine (75" x 75")
    By: Judy1522, Oregon, USA

    I found the fat quarters for this quilt at a local shop and loved the colors but I wasn't sure what I would make. When I saw this QAL I decided to join and use them. Since I am self taught I figured it would be a good way to learn some new techniques and I have.

  • Gylls Asian

    Gylls Asian (54" x 67")
    By: Gyll, California, USA

    An Asian fabric inspired quilt

  • I Spy Blocks

    I Spy Blocks (48" x 62")
    By: Maria, Australia
    Blog: Life on the Block

    This is my Beginner's Quilt-A-Long Flimsy.Decided to make as an I Spy so it will suit a young child. Will be a lovely snuggle quilt.

  • Jen's Living Room Quilt

    Jen's Living Room Quilt (55" x 68")
    By: Jennifer Croasdale, New Jersey, USA

    This is my second quilt top. I made it to match my living room furniture which is tan but we use blue covers. The quilt will match either way.

  • Jodi's sampler

    Jodi's sampler (69" x 69")
    By: Jodi Meenan, Rhode Island, USA
    Blog: come tarry with me

    Self taught for three years with bad habits. Decided to do this quilt-along to relearn, and I certainly did!

  • Kerri's first ever quilt along

    Kerri's first ever quilt along (75" x 75")
    By: Kerri Hunter, Australia

    when I bought my new Janome Horizen machine I was searching the internet for ideas on what to make and came across a beginner quilt along and thought yes I will have a go at this as it will help get my skills up to scratch and look at what I did. I am now hooked.

  • Miya's Quilt

    Miya's Quilt (55" x 68")
    By: Jean Smith, California, USA

    I am fairly new to quilting and am still learning all the great techniques that are out there. I choose the bright and funky fabrics because they match my granddaughter's personality.

  • MoeWest's First QAL

    MoeWest's First QAL (54" x 66")
    By: Maureen Mate, Alberta, Canada

    This is the quilt top from Quilting Gallery's Beginner's QAL (June to September 2012). This was my first QAL. I've been quilting for about 4 years.

  • My First Quilt

    My First Quilt (55" x 68")
    By: Mel Maj, New Zealand
    Blog: lemjam

    This is my 1st time learning to make a quilt.My fabrics are a bit crazy, sqiggles, splodges, flames, skulls, paisleys, puzzle peices & dots, all in black, white & grey colourways. I'm really proud of the finished result that I will enjoy for many years to come.This quilt-along has taught me so much.

  • Patterns in Pastel

    Patterns in Pastel (50" x 64")
    By: Sherry Stevens, Washington, USA
    Blog: Blessings From Our Nest

    I have been quilting for about a year and a half. I have learned so much from the Beginner's Quilt Along. I used some fabric I purchased without a project in mind. My friend at my favorite quilt shop helped me choose my sashing and borders. I had great fun with this project

  • Porch Quilt

    Porch Quilt (60" x 60")
    By: Debbie, California, USA
    Blog: Sewzalot.com

    Beginner's Quilt Along Finish

  • Quilt for my sister Inlaw

    Quilt for my sister Inlaw (51" x 63")
    By: Kerri Hunter, Australia

    I made this quilt for my sister in law for Xmas from her favorite fabrics

  • Quilt of Many Colors

    Quilt of Many Colors (54.2" x 67.2")
    By: waglets, Georgia, USA

    This was my first try at making a quilt with any kind of guidance at all. I learned so much during this quilt along. I could see my skills progress while I was putting the top together. I wasn't quite sure how the finished product was going to look. I am thrilled with the way it turned out!

  • Souvenirs d'été d'enfance

    Souvenirs d'été d'enfance (58" x 72")
    By: Accroquilt, Quebec, Canada
    Blog: Accroquilt

    I wanted a pink quilt and I found several printed pink fabrics with others colorful ones.
    Sashings are green and outside border is pink with white circles.

  • spiritweaver's top 12!

    spiritweaver's top 12! (52.5" x 63")
    By: Donna Gonzalez, Massachusetts, USA

    I wanted the quilt to be made from my stash, in true quilt fashion! I did not plan an overall color scheme. My parameters were that each block was to work within itself.My hope was that as a scrappy quilt, it would all work together.My only deviation was how to tie in block 2,which I did in block 11

  • Stacey's 30's

    Stacey's 30's (54" x 67")
    By: Stacey T., California, USA

    A pastel 1930's vintage fabric quilt...

  • stormy skies

    stormy skies (45" x 60")
    By: craftytammie, Kansas, USA
    Blog: craftytammie

    I started with fabrics from my stash and used the deep brown to make the colors pop. Then a medium gray for the sashing, I think it brings a nice balance. Bright green for the cornerstones, I love how it draws out the greens in the prints! I'm not adding borders to mine. Hope I get your vote!

  • Strawberry Fields

    Strawberry Fields (56" x 70")
    By: Rose S., New York, USA

    This is the first quilt I have ever made. I have tried a few small projects, but never a full size quilt. Many thanks to the Beginners Quilt-along for getting me hooked on quilting!

  • Summer Fun

    Summer Fun (64" x 79")
    By: Betsy Lynn, Illinois, USA
    Blog: Lilypetunia

    I made this out of a scrap bag of Riley Blake's Summer Song that I bought from thesproutzstore on etsy.
    I had a lot of fun doing this quilt along.

  • The Rose

    The Rose (54" x 67")
    By: Dorien van der Veen, Netherlands
    Blog: Scraphouse

    I love the Rose, the real one, complete with the delicious fragrance...When I searched fabric in my stash for this quilt I realized that I also have many different kind of rose-fabrics and so the choice wasn't to difficult..
    My first quilt ever is called The Rose...

  • This summer 2012

    This summer 2012 (62" x 62")
    By: Gun Adrian, Sweden
    Blog: rutigt

    I love quilt-alongs!! Since this was a summer q-a, I decided to use summerfabrics!

  • Triangles Galore

    Triangles Galore (52" x 66")
    By: Isabell, United Kingdom
    Blog: ColourinStitch - Flickr

    This is one side of the reversible quilt that I have made.
    The other side has a Mauve/purple theme using the same block designs.
    Making the two quilted pieces has not only been a challenge but also a joy. I have learnt so much and I look forward to hand quilting the quilt in the coming months.

  • VickiT's Calypso Swing Love

    VickiT's Calypso Swing Love (54.5" x 67.5")
    By: VickiT, Illinois, USA

    Last Fall I took my first quilt class; a Beginner Quilt Piecing class where I made a table runner. This is my very first full sized quilt. I really love how it turned out.
    I Loved "Calyspso Swing" by Mark Cesarik for Free Spirit Fabric the second I saw it. My cat had to inspect the quilt of course

  • Yellow all over...

    Yellow all over... (69" x 69")
    By: Suvarna, California, USA

    I love Yellow.... started this beginners quilt along.. made one block and fell in love with it, that is when I decided the whole quilt will be in yellow.
    This is my first on point setting. Very happy on how it turned out. :-)

  • You are my first.

    You are my first. (52" x 63")
    By: Sandy Lowery, British Columbia, Canada

    My friend, who introduced me to me to quilting, saw the Beginner's Quilt Along and suggested I participate as I would learn lots. I have used the free fabric I received in a Quilters Shop Hop, plus some purchased fabric. It is called Rouenneries Deux.