Aleida Houdyshell made this quilt after buying Missouri Star Block books at the BBQ book sale. This was the right pattern to use her left over fabric pieces.
Chris Klover had a lot of Australian fabrics and got to buy more to make this for a friend who lived in Australia while earning a Masters degree. It is a celebration quilt!
Connie Buchannon's "Eternal Spring" was made for when she is tired of Winter and have the hope of Spring.
Connie Buchanon made this lovely quilt from Laurel Burch fabrics to keep her warm in the Winter.
Esther Kleinkauf made Cattitude from the "Cats on Parade" pattern and these paisley cat panels that work so well in it.
Jan Lundine made Batik Diamonds at the October 2018 BBQ Schoolhouse class with Donna Hale. She learned the "Quilt as you Go" method in a very fun class.
Joleen Graham was encouraged by a friend to put together her cute halloween witch blocks.
Joleen Graham hand quilted this treasure that was hand pieced by her husband's Grandmother Anna. She has had it since 1974. The Boise Peace Quilt Project helped her start the quilting about 10 years ago and she recently finished the quilting.
Jude Reppell made "Flowers for Alexis", an original design. She designed, pieced, machine appliqued and machine quilted it for the daughter of one of her own children. Beautiful!
Mellissa Masters started "Around the Block" as an orginal table runner. She ended up with this beautiful throw!
Connie Emmen made this quilt from a wallhanging that had been donated to QoV. She set it on point, added pieced setting triangles and borders. It will be donated to a local American service veteran to thank them for their service.
Blocks created in the 2019 Quilt of Valor Block Drive. More will be made at the Qov National Sew Day on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Idaho Sewing & Vacuum.
Scott and Shelley Weigt made this raffle quilt for the National Federation of the Blind in Idaho. The pattern, "Diamonds and Arrowheads" is from Quilters Newsletter 6/2007 magazine. Stunning!