Terri Curry made "A Bit of Fantasy" for a gift to her granddaughter-in-law who is a big Harry Potter fan.
Pat Kluckhohn made "Animal Farm" from BBQ Quilter's Runway patterns. Each middle triangle in the Flying Geese has a fussy cut animal. She is waiting for a little one to come along to give it to him or her.
Peter's Garden was made by Barbara Smith following a Grace Errea sponsored by BBQ last spring. It is a birthday present for her daughter who enjoys small rabbits hopping around on campus.
Barbara Derby created Diamond Baskets to challenge herself. She added the applique then decided to piece 36 more diamonds for the border.
Madeline Trainor made this sm. quilt for her front door. She appliqued it using an embroidery BOM by Kathy Schmitz.
Linda Murphy quilted this improvisational jacket that was made for her. The "pattern" is by Karen Eckmeier.
Janet Moats designed the fabric for her "Montana Wildflowers" quilt using her photographs and Adobe Photoshop. Then she uploaded to Spoonflower to be printed on ultra cotton fabric. Six family members have placed orders for this quilt!
Rainforest Birds by Louise Maley was made from a pattern by Charlie Harper. He is an artist who paints birds as well as creates quilt patterns.
Jody Zanecki made Sasquash for her son-in-law. Big foot is his mascot! She created it using clip art and then quilted it.
Sleeping With Geishas was made by Linda Jolly for a friend in memory of his father.
"Spring Life" by Carol Tracy Mitchell was started from a BOM and grew. She used raw edge applique, embroidery and "quilt as you go."
Jalee Ogle made "Under the Caribbean" using Kaffe prints. Beautiful!
Jan Lundine was inspired to make her quilt by the sound of several Great Horned Owls. She designed it and this was the first time she used free motion quilting on a long arm. It is a birthday present for her husband.