Reversible patched pojagi table runner by Victoria Gertenbach
Pojagi stitching, as explained by Victoria Gertenbach, is a Korean art of seam construction which produces beautiful flat reinforced seams that add to the visual appeal of works, especially with bulky denims or delicate thin silks or voiles. For more information see our October 2011 post, Modern Quilting at The Silly Boodilly.
Sparkling Spools by Laura Nownes
Walks In the Woods by Frieda Anderson
Frieda Anderson's quilts almost always reflect her fascination with nature, and what she sees on her walks. This quilt celebrates the trees in the woods, with golden sunlight shining through the leaves. For more information see our 2010 post, Dances with Nature: The Quilts of Frieda Anderson.
Totally Tubular Triangles by Rita Hutchens
We love the contemporary design and colors of this quilt, which is the subject of one of Rita Hutchens' workshops. Her tubular strip-piecing techniques, which are a cross between Seminole and Bargello, are the subject of her book of Totally Tubular Quilts. For more information see our July 2012 post, Totally Tubular Quilts by Rita Hutchens.
Tiny Town, 17 x 17", by Karen Eckmeier at The Quilted Lizard
Wouldn't it be fun to live in this miniature village with its brilliant hues? Tiny Town is a collage of small overlapping fabric pieces cut into rectangles, triangles, stair steps, window and door shapes. For more information see our October 2012 post, The Quilted Lizard: designs by Karen Eckmeier.
Shots and Stripes quilt by Kaffe Fassett and Liza Prior Lucy
The 2013 book Shots and Stripes: 24 New Projects Made with Shot Cottons and Striped Fabrics by Kaffe Fassett and Liza Prior Lucy is the newest of the books that showcase Kaffe's fabulous fabrics. One of the intriguing projects is this contemporary take on the traditional "Lady of the Lake" pattern. For more information see our April 2013 post, Winner of Kaffe Fassett Quilts: Shots and Stripes.
Paisley by Bruce Seeds
Bruce Seeds' quilts are composed of small triangles that are grouped into hexagons, each hexagon resembling the view through a kaleidoscope. In "Paisley", Bruce created the illusion of a third dimension by placing some of the lighter blocks on top of a black inner border and frame. For more information see our February 2011 post, Seeds of Genius.
Image credits: Images are shown with the generous permission of the artists.