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  • Total submissions: 30
  • Total countries: 5
  • Total provinces: 2
  • Total states: 20

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All Tied up All Tied up
By: Debbe, Indiana, USA

I fell in love with the Terrain line of fabric from Kate Spain and Moda when it came out last year. I loved it so much I bought a charm pack with no specific project in mind. Then I saw an ‘hour glass’ quilt that someone had made and that is where inspiration for my quilt came from.

Quilt size: width: 70" height: 70"

Birds Butterflies and Bees Birds Butterflies and Bees
By: AnneP, Ontario, Canada

Made in 2004 from a McKenna Ryan pattern
It hangs in my sewing room and reminds me of spring

Quilt size: width: 21" height: 24"

Bits and Pieces Bits and Pieces
By: DawnasFolkArt, Washington, USA

This quilt was made with assorted quilt blocks and units arranged in a collage style. I worked everything out on graph paper and broke the design into sections … a design wall helped too! I was inspired by Thimbleberries “Lazy Crazy” quilt and panels. Extra blocks were made into throw pillows.

Quilt size: width: 70" height: 84"

Bunnies and Eggs Abound Bunnies and Eggs Abound
By: Cleary Kipe, Florida, USA

This is a table runner I made this week using Kris at QuiltBug.com pattern Irish Chain. I used Easter and spring fabrics and it sits on my computer desk.

Quilt size: width: 26" height: 16"

City Windows City Windows
By: GwenH, Saskatchewan, Canada

This was a pattern from Moda Bake Shop, I used a small charm pack from another brand that I had laying around and some white fabric that I’ve had for quite awhile.

This reminds me of spring and the cheerful colors that spring weather and warm sunny days bring, that I’m hoping come our way soon.

Quilt size: width: 30" height: 14"

flowerfly flowerfly
By: Nana, Germany

I wanted to make a quilt for a show with the topic “little things, big effect” and found this photo from a photographer nearby. This quilt is raw edge applique and has 182 single parts and 26 different fabrics. It´s my first own pictorial quilt.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 24"

Garden Delight Garden Delight
By: Sharyn H, New Jersey, USA

Garden Delight was the Quilters Newsletter 2011 mystery quilt. I worked on this for more than a year. I absolutely love 1930’s repro fabric. It was designed by Nancy Mahoney.

Quilt size: width: 74" height: 74"

How Does Your Garden Grow? How Does Your Garden Grow?
By: KimsCraftyApple, Wisconsin, USA

Inspired by a trip to the hardware store just before spring started – this quilt was made using a plus sign background (Phillip’s screw drivers), saw blade flowers, washer ring flowers, golden hook sun and more! It was really fun to create and I loved being inspired by the unexpected.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 26.5"

Lady Liberty Lady Liberty
By: Stitchin RN, Arizona, USA

This is a gorgeous applique embroidery piece found in the book by Eileen Roche …. ‘machine applique embroidery’. I had a great time making it and am getting great review for the colors I chose. All fabric came from my stash, which was my goal. I love my embroidery machine, in case you didn’t know

Quilt size: width: 29" height: 36"

Lattice Flower Garden Lattice Flower Garden
By: Kaaren Biggs, Ontario, Canada

This pattern was one shared by a friendship group several years ago while I was spending a winter in Florida. The origin of the design is unknown and it was quite a challenge to assemble! I have also made one of the same design as a baby quilt.

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 49"

Morning Glory Wall Hanging Morning Glory Wall Hanging
By: Homesewn, New Hampshire, USA

I made this wall hanging from a picture I took at my mom’s camp on the coast of Maine. It was so beautiful, I just had to make a quilt.

Quilt size: width: 30" height: 30"

Mother's Day Tulips Mother’s Day Tulips
By: Heather Marie Weaver, Oklahoma, USA

My teenage daughter decided to make me this paper pieced tulip wall hanging for Mother’s Day. It took her a long time to finish the tulip block. I had to coax her with me finishing the sashing, backing, quilting and binding. Years later it’s finished and adorable.

Quilt size: width: 32" height: 17"

Ontology Of A Rabbit Ontology Of A Rabbit
By: Kit Lang, Ontario, Canada

Wow – the story behind this one is long, but the short version is that current events in the US had me thinking about perception vs. reality and how your particular viewpoint shapes how you see your world.

This little flying bunny may have the correct view, after all!

Quilt size: width: 12" height: 21"

Orange Peel Orange Peel
By: Rachel, Oregon, USA

I made it using custom Tabslot templates. I love it…
its a modern take on the traditional Orange Peel.

Quilt size: width: 54" height: 68"

Over the Rainbow Over the Rainbow
By: sewfunquilts, Texas, USA

This Rainbow table runner was made for a custom order for a communion table for a newly ordained Reverend. I had no idea what it would be, and just started out with the purple….and kept going. Such a fun project!

Quilt size: width: 18" height: 60"

Picket Fences Picket Fences
By: WaggonsWest, Missouri, USA

This quilt is a celebration of new beginnings. The new growth that occurs every Spring. In this quilt you are seeing the new flowers behind the pickets of fence. See the crooked on in the corner? That is where the dog escapes… it was meant to be there!

Quilt size: width: 22" height: 18"

Prairie Performance Prairie Performance
By: Nellie Durand, Tennessee, USA

This is one panel of twenty-five that make up a whole landscape of prairie flowers indigenous to northern Illinois. It’s created with mostly recycled materials, including old army blankets for batting. Each of the twenty-five panels are complete compositions that can stand alone.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 23"

rays of warmth rays of warmth
By: landscapelady, Vermont, USA

I’m entering this for my mom who made it. It makes me think of the warm rays of the sun warming up the brown earth thus making the colors of spring appear to us and make us happy :-)

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 36"

Sakura Sakura
By: Daryl Perry, New Mexico, USA

My daughter’s friend Dee wanted a quilt for her birthday. Dee is 1/2 Japanese & my daughter said she would like something with a Japanese theme. I made a quilt like this one here for her & hung it on my wall until my daughter was ready to give it to her. I liked it so much I made myself one too.

Quilt size: width: 16" height: 30"

Sherbet Hearts Sherbet Hearts
By: Jennifer Schifano Eutsler, North Carolina, USA

The Sherbet Hearts quilt was made slowly, over a period of ten years. It is completely hand-quilted. The Sherbet colors remind me of an old-fashioned spring, on main street, in an old-fashioned town. This quilt is made from my original design. It hangs on the back of my fireside rocking chair.

Quilt size: width: 64" height: 70"

Snugglebug Snugglebug
By: Emily Breclaw, Texas, USA

I made this quilt based on a Ruth Jensen pattern for my second daughter. The ladybug and dragonfly blocks are paper pieced with dimensional wings. Even after two years of cuddling and several washings, the quilt has held up remarkably well!

Quilt size: width: 38" height: 50"

Spring Spring
By: Ellen Remijnse, Belgium

I made this mini quilt from fabrics from my stash. I love the bright colors, especially for this time of year. Although it’s only a small quilt, it decorates my house perfectly for the Spring season. The left ear of the bunny is left loose, for a nice effect.

Quilt size: width: 15,7" height: 15,7"

Spring at Last Spring at Last
By: Louise Rynkewicz, Illinois, USA

Did we even get a real spring in Illinois in 2010? I know I waited for what seemed like forever! While I waited I worked on this quilt and when we finally got a few warm, spring-like days, I knew just what to call it. Pieced/quilted on domestic sewing machine. Original design: Jean Ann Wright

Quilt size: width: 62" height: 73"

Spring Garden Spring Garden
By: Kiki Diebolt, California, USA

This is a table topper. It is pieced from 2″ squares. The tree trunk, birds, and bird bath were ironed on top. The backing is the same material as the sides as I did the wrap-around binding from the backing material.

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 14.7"

Spring Has Sprung Spring Has Sprung
By: Linda Gilli, California, USA

Spring is smiling with whimsy in this little quilt. This was my first attempt at raw edge quilting & my first attempt at an all over free motion quilting in the background. The bright colors & darling little bird are a constant reminder of spring as it hangs in my bathroom.

Quilt size: width: 18" height: 18"

Spring Swoon Spring Swoon
By: Lizzy Taylor, United Kingdom

I am making seasonal wall hangings that I can change throughout the year for the lobby at work. This is my Spring/Easter themed piece. The block is from the popular Swoon pattern and was my test block for it. I miscut the pale blue background (oops!), so substituted the darker blue fabric instead.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 36"

Spring Time (Terry Straubel) Spring Time (Terry Straubel)
By: Terry Straubel, Michigan, USA

I wanted to make something to hang up that was spring like and I liked the bird and spring flowering tree. It is hand quilted.

Quilt size: width: 22" height: 24"

Springtime (Dinah Tackett) Springtime (Dinah Tackett)
By: Dinah Tackett, New Mexico, USA

This was made for the “New Beginnings” Swap. To me Spring is the ultimate new beginning!

This is a fabric painting based on a photo of mine with thread painting. The bird is a fussy cut applique added to the quilted fabric painting.

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 16"

Springtime Table Runner Springtime Table Runner
By: MGM ~ HookedOnNeedles, Massachusetts, USA

This springtime table runner is my own original design. It uses applique, traditional machine piecing, jumbo ric rac, and is edged with fabulous petite prairie points! The pattern for this project is available in my Etsy shop as well, so you can make your very own spring table runner!

Quilt size: width: 12" height: 33"

Sylvia's Bridal Sampler Sylvia’s Bridal Sampler
By: Debbie Grasley, Minnesota, USA

This was a 2 1/2 year process in making this quilt. There are 143 different 6″ blocks set on point. This is one quilt that I will keep for my own.

Quilt size: width: 108" height: 120"

Springtime Renewal Quilts

One thought on “Springtime Renewal Quilts

  • March 31, 2012 at 11:33 am

    There are some beautiful and fun quilts in this weeks contest. Glad I got to vote for three favorites. My thanks to all have voted for my entry Prairie Performance ;-)

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