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  • Total submissions: 19
  • Total countries: 8
  • Total provinces: 1
  • Total states: 11

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Abigail's Baby Bouquet Abigail’s Baby Bouquet
By: Mary C in WA, Washington, USA

Made for my Newest Granddaughter. I used the Rosebuds from the Wild Roses line by Marti Michell and Pink Simpatico dots in an original layout design. The outside border was made with Marti’s Perfect Patchwork Templates. Abigail’s middle name is my first name.

Quilt size: width: 52" height: 52"

Apple Quilt Apple Quilt
By: 13 Woodhouse Road, India

This is where I started loving FMQing! I wanted to make a non-traditional boy quilt and these colors appealed to me!

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 36"

Bento Box Bento Box
By: Jen, Massachusetts, USA

I had always wanted to make a Bento Box quilt and fell in love with the lime green batik. After making a block with the navy I decided to just use the two colors. I love the visual effect it has with the different designs with just using two colors.

Quilt size: width: 55" height: 75"

Blue Stars Blue Stars
By: Milka Rajic, Serbia

I made this quilt few years ago and photo is scanned.

Quilt size: width: 88" height: 88"

blue white thousand pyramids blue white thousand pyramids
By: grace thorne, Maine, USA

made for maine quilts’ 2010 theme of “blueberry fields forever,” since maine is home to the juicy berry

Quilt size: width: 82" height: 68"

Can not tell a lie Can not tell a lie
By: Leslie in Maine, Maine, USA

This was a little indulgence a few years ago. I made it over President’s Day weekend and as George Washington said … “I can not tell a lie”… I should have been working on something else! Since it was red and made in February, I quilted hearts all over it. Its sale benefited a local library

Quilt size: width: 60" height: 60"

dutch treat dutch treat
By: susi, Germany

this quilt is handsewn and quilted by hand,i made it 2009

Quilt size: width: 91" height: 91"

I'm Seeing Red I’m Seeing Red
By: Frances Arnold, Georgia, USA

This was the product of a guild color challenge. I was excited when my color was RED and knew that I wanted to do something that was Eye-Popping!!! This 3-D design was perfect.

Quilt size: width: 34" height: 34"

Japanese Sampler Quilt Japanese Sampler Quilt
By: Japanese Sampler Quilt, Japan

For a quilt-as-you-go class, I drafted these 12 inch blocks and made the sampler of Japanese yukata fabrics. The characters in the center piece are spring, summer, fall, and winter. The circles at the corners are the 12 animals of the oriental zodiac.

Quilt size: width: 89.5" height: 89.5"

Love Letters Love Letters
By: vivke, Belgium

This 3D quilt in colors white and red was made a couple of years ago for Valentine.
In the original design all the blocks were windmills (see centerblock).
The quilt was pieced and quilted by hand.

Quilt size: width: 31" height: 31"

Morceaox de Bleu Morceaox de Bleu
By: Sharon Vrooman, New York, USA

A full size quilt (for the old rope bed) that was part of a design test that I put a twist on. This is my first large quilt, first quilt with a lot of white, and first play at design. And my first machine quilted piece.

Quilt size: width: 64" height: 78"

My Chinese dream My Chinese dream
By: Turid Bakken, Norway

My son loves red and black, and also Chinese texts on his things. So when I made a quilt for him, it had to be a mix of all these things. Need I say that he just loves this quilt? Can you see that it’s made from small and big triangles?

Quilt size: width: 64″" height: 84″"

Nelson's Storm at Sea Nelson’s Storm at Sea
By: Elaine Clifford, North Carolina, USA

This Quilt was pieced and machine quilted by me and given as a Christmas gift to a really good friend who helped me move from Lancaster, PA to Asheville, NC in May 2010. His name is Nelson and his favorite color is Green so I used Green in varying shades and Cream for the Storm at Sea blocks.

Quilt size: width: 88" height: 88"

Persian Gates Persian Gates
By: Cat, Michigan, USA

I took a miniature quilt class with Jo Miller in 1997. I learned a lot from her but the most important thing I learned was that I never wanted to make a quilt again with 1/8″ seam allowances…lol All the pieces for this quilt were rotary cut and machine pieced. It was also machine quilted by me.

Quilt size: width: 9″" height: 10 3/4″"

School of Fish School of Fish
By: Becky, Oregon, USA

I made this quilt for my 7 year old niece. Her favorite colors are blue and yellow. She also is on a swim team and was born under the sign of Pisces. I had the blue batik fabric with the fish, as well as the yellow, so I designed and quilted this for her as a Christmas present this year!

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 65"

Show Off Show Off
By: Joyce Coley, Pennsylvania, USA

I love working with black and white prints. I challenged myself to see how many prints I could incorporate in this quilt.
The back is an abstract of various shades of gray.

Quilt size: width: 78" height: 88"

Stepping Stones Black & White Stepping Stones Black & White
By: Jean Romack, Wisconsin, USA

Pattern is my original design, Stepping Stones, this is what the proofer of my pattern came up with for colors

Quilt size: width: 98" height: 98"

Tommy's Quilt Tommy’s Quilt
By: RangerAnna, Ohio, USA

Hmmmm, this is sort of two colors–greens and brown, but oops, there’s dots of red in the traditional log cabin centers. This is for my nature-loving son. It’s on it’s way to the long-arm quilter, soon to return to warm up his life.

Quilt size: width: 72" height: 72"

Virginia Star Virginia Star
By: Marjorie Henwood, New Brunswick, Canada

The first time I made this pattern; it was an order from a lady in Ontario. She wanted it done in mint green, soft pink, and white…oh boy; was I skeptical…still am….lol But overall; it was ok….but I prefer it in 2 colours…

Quilt size: width: 88" height: 108"

Two-Coloured Quilts

3 thoughts on “Two-Coloured Quilts

  • February 18, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    Quilters of the World you have out done yourselves again. Tough Competion. I loved them all. I hope I will be able to make quilts up to your standards. Thanks
    Mary (the Other One)

  • February 21, 2011 at 11:09 am

    Isn’t it great how wonderful heirlooms can be made from just two colors!

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