Fly Me to the Moon by Genelle Voorhees
Genelle writes that this quilt was made at a Bishop's Ranch quilting retreat sponsored by The Material Girl. The celestial effect of this quilt is enhanced by the background fabric which resembles the starry heavens as seen through a powerful telescope.
Sapphire Village by Donna Huckaby
Donna says, " I have always admired house block quilts. This year, I decided to make my own. I made most of the houses and the many trees at the Moonlight Quilters of Sonoma County retreat at Walker Creek Ranch. I had a marvelous time and love this quilt. " We too, love quilts with house blocks, as they always seem so "homey" and cheerful. Donna has done an excellent job of selecting monochromatic blue fabrics which provide a cohesive and organized look to this cute quilt.
Double Wedding Ring by Sandra Wasson
Sandra Wasson says, "This quilt was made with love for my son and daughter-in-law for their wedding day, June 10, 2011." Sandra updated this traditional, popular design by adding a contemporary border of four-patch green, blue, and pink blocks.
Four Teapots by Linda Morand
Linda writes, "From my Asian teapots series which was displayed at Moshin Vineyards Tasting Room." The four teapots each appear to be appliqued to a pieced background of muted colors. They provide a soothing, serene aspect to this quilt, much like a Japanese tea ceremony.
Roxie by Carol Deards
Carol Deards says, "Raw edge applique portrait designed from a photograph. Created from commercial cotton fabrics. Satin stitched to add detail." Carol did a great job on this lifelike depiction of her dog's facial features, especially Roxie's eyes and ears.
Image credits: photos were taken by Quilt Inspiration.