2018 Benefit Auction

Be part of SAQA’s most-anticipated fund-raising event! Donate a 12 x 12-inch art quilt to support our exhibition and outreach programs. Final deadline for receiving artwork is June 1st.

This year's auction will take place online from September 14 through October 7. All proceeds help support SAQA's exhibition and outreach programs.

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Questions? Please email us at auction@saqa.com. We appreciate your patience as we continue to add more pieces to the website each week.

Benefit Auction Artwork (in listing format)
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Margaret Abramshe

Margaret Abramshe    •   Sunny Spot More Info   

Whole cloth commercially printed from artist's image. Painted with inks, acrylics, dyes, pigment sticks, liquid watercolors, and other media. Free motion stitched by machine. 

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B. J. Adams

B. J. Adams    •   Alone at Lake Arrowhead More Info   

Painted canvas. Free-motion machine embroidery and quilting. 

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Deidre Adams

Deidre Adams    •   Excavation No. 8 More Info   

Found papers and acrylic paint. Papers layered, stitched, and torn, machine and hand stitched, hand painted.

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Regula Affolter

Regula Affolter    •   Blue Brain/Synapsen Nr. 41 More Info   

Cotton fabric that is dyed and screenprinted.

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Agusta Agustsson

Agusta Agustsson    •   Darkling Moon More Info   

The cotton fabric was printed with a gelatin plate, appliquéd, then hand quilted/embroidered with Perle cotton thread. 

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Judith Ahlborn

Judith Ahlborn    •   Leaning Tower of Pisa Close Up More Info   

Digitally altered photo, printed to fabric, then regular machine and free motion stitched. Fused to Peltex and bound with a satin stitch.

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Connie Akers

Connie Akers    •   Circle Back Around More Info   

The piece is raw edge pieced of hand dyed and printed fabrics. Stitching is inspired by Boro with machine quilting. 

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Donna Akins

Donna Akins    •   Aspen 10 More Info   

Hand dyed and batik cotton fabric confetti with bridal tulle and painted highlights. 

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Joanne Alberda

Joanne Alberda    •   Sunset Over a Red Field More Info   

Cotton fabric collage, machine stitched.

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Ann Anastasio

Ann Anastasio    •   Mirrored More Info   

Machine pieced and quilted, hand stitched.

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Frieda Anderson

Frieda Anderson    •   Winter Pine More Info   

Artist's own hand dyed cotton and silk fabrics. Fused collage and machine quilted with Timtex inside quilt.

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Carole Angel

Carole Angel    •   The Southern Belle More Info   

Hand painted silk gauze using Pebeo fabric paint and various resists. The image appeared magically after the fabric was rinsed. I immediately thought of a Southern Belle, appearing to be dancing in a lilac mist.

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Ludmila Aristova

Ludmila Aristova    •   Etude #48 More Info   

Silk and organza.

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Patricia Arndt

Patricia Arndt    •   Starry Night In Giverny More Info   

Hand-dyed silk sky, home machine quilted, beaded.

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Jeff Ash

Jeff Ash    •   It Says It All More Info   

Cotton fabric and batting. Designed and collaged by Jeff Ash, quilted by Peg Green. This piece was created in a fabric collage workshop by Jeff, who had never before done any kind of fabric or other art. 

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Terry Aske

Terry Aske    •   Fallen Beauty More Info   

Autumn is a magical time when the leaves explode into vibrant color, then float and drift to the ground. When walking, I watch for colorful leaves on the sidewalk and capture their beauty with my camera. Original photo, digitally enhanced and printed on fabric. Leaf and background are free-motion quilted. The edges are faced.

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Genevieve Attinger

Genevieve Attinger    •   The Little Queen of Hearts More Info   

Cotton, jersey cotton, linen, metallic fabric, and polyester. Hand dyed, free motion machine embroidered on appliqued pieces (no painting), machine quilted.

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Patt Bagdon

Patt Bagdon    •   Blue More Info   

Cotton: fused, raw edge appliqued, and machine quilted.

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Rhonda Baldwin

Rhonda Baldwin    •   Ice Roses More Info   

Snow dyed linen, accented with pastels and inktense pencils. Machine and hand stitched. 

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Marge Banks

Marge Banks    •   Let the Cards Fall Where They May More Info   

My art quilts incorporate Seminole Patchwork patterns in non-traditional ways. Using the strip technique, I created some red and white blocks (batik and cotton) for a guild anniversary quilt. With the leftover blocks, I experimented with layouts for the 12”x12” piece. Discarding many symmetrical arrangements, I placed the blocks randomly and found this arrangement pleasingly balanced. 

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Nancy Bardach

Nancy Bardach    •   Circus 10 More Info   

Cotton fabrics collaged, batting, threads. The painterly circus images are from a French fabric I collected on a trip to Paris years ago. Cut into scenes of circus life, they made up 19 small art quilts when combined with suitable other fabric patterns.

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Keri Bas

Keri Bas    •   Portrait of Jenny in 'Cabaret' More Info   

Tsukineko ink painted on cotton, then stitched by machine. Jenny posed live for reference sketches and photos. 

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Judi Bastion

Judi Bastion    •   Ebb Tide More Info   

Original photograph of seaweed train in the sand after the tide went out, taken at Pemaquid Beach in Maine. Printed on cotton sateen by Spoonflower. Free motion quilted using cotton threads. Cotton batting.

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Kathi Battles

Kathi Battles    •   Rusted Ambitions More Info   

Pebble quilting on Dupioni silk sandwich with burned and painted Lutradur “floating” above.

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Christine Beardsley

Christine Beardsley    •   Glade I More Info   

Hand dyed cotton with appliqued cotton and photo transfer printed Lutradur. 

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Barbara Yates Beasley

Barbara Yates Beasley    •   Kimba More Info   

Raw edge fused applique with commercial and hand-dyed cotton and silk fabric. Acrylic paint and marker pen detail. Free motion quilted with cotton thread.

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 Helen Beaven

Helen Beaven    •   Playing With Rings More Info   

Slightly wonky rings that have been partially painted. The rings have an extra layer of batting behind them to add dimension. The binding has also been partially painted.

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Christi Beckmann

Christi Beckmann    •   Urban Architecture More Info   

Hand dyed and commercial fabrics, paper. Painted and stitched.

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Buffy Beggs

Buffy Beggs    •   Untitled More Info   

Appliqued.  

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Robert Bein

Robert Bein    •   Greek Sailing More Info   

Mixed fabrics: cotton and polyester.

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Jeri Beitel

Jeri Beitel    •   Out of Africa More Info   

Cotton fabric pieces fused to cotton fabric surface and edge stitched.

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Jeannie Bench

Jeannie Bench    •   Who Says So? More Info   

Commercial cotton fabrics, printed cotton panel, raw edge applique, and hand painted. Free motion quilting and thread sketching.

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Kay Benedict

Kay Benedict    •   Serengeti More Info   

Cotton fabric, thread, and batting. Hand embroidered and hand quilted. 

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Sue Benner

Sue Benner    •   Checks and Bars #38 More Info   

Dye and paint on silk and cotton and found fabrics. Fused and machine quilted. 

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Vou Best

Vou Best    •   Beautiful San Antonio More Info   

Collage of decorator fabrics using soft edge applique, that is freehand stitched and embellished to depict sites of San Antonio, Texas.

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Edith Bieri Hanselmann

Edith Bieri Hanselmann    •   Indian Flower More Info   

Sari ribbons, sewn in rounds, tied with gold thread. 

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Charlotte Bird

Charlotte Bird    •   Close Encounters of the Lichen Kind More Info   

Hand dyed and commercial cotton, hand dyed perle cotton thread, and hand cut fused applique. Machine stitched, machine quilted, and hand embroidered.

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Pat Bishop

Pat Bishop    •   Sail Away More Info   

Commercial cottons, veleveteen and hand dyed cotton and recycled damask. Machine pieced and quilted.

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Beth Blankenship

Beth Blankenship    •   How Does Your Garden Grow? More Info   

Hand screen-printed cotton and a repurposed cotton shirt. Pieced and quilted with polyester thread. Embellished with bead embroidery worms, glass seed beads, and nylon thread embroidered onto a fiber foundation with a suede backing then attached to the quilt. 

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Margaret Blank

Margaret Blank    •   When I Look Up in the Spring More Info   

Materials: self-dyed cotton velvet, commercial cotton backing and facing, cotton thread, beads. Techniques: dyeing, free-motion machine quilting, thread painting, hand beading, hand stitching.

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Peggy Blei Hracho

Peggy Blei Hracho    •   YUP More Info   

Acrylic paints and seed beads. Free motion stitched and quilted.

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Annette Boncek

Annette Boncek    •   Moment of Zen More Info   

Batik hand dyed fabrics and lace from antique handkerchiefs. Inktense pencils. Applique hand stitching.

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Kristiann Bonn

Kristiann Bonn    •   Fantasia on an Azalea More Info   

The piece was constructed with commercial batiks and cotton batting, machine quilted, then hand-stitched with variegated perle cotton and features a silk ribbon and beaded edge. It is finished with a facing and hanging sleeve.

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Diane Born

Diane Born    •   Hey Man, What's Happening? More Info   

Artist-marbled cotton fabric that is free motion quilted with variegated threads.

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Deborah Boschert

Deborah Boschert    •   Small Delights More Info   

Commercial and original fabrics including stamped surface design and handwriting. Fused applique, free motion quilting, and hand embroidery.

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Jenny Bowker

Jenny Bowker    •   Abu Ali, Cairo, Egypt More Info   

Original photograph taken in Cairo printed by Spoonflower. Hand dyed, hand painted, and commercial fabrics. Simple piecing with free motion quilting.

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Carol Boyer

Carol Boyer    •   Layers of Life More Info   

Fabrics, paints, thread painting, and a leaf.

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Susan Boyer

Susan Boyer    •   Meditation at Midnight More Info   

Hand pieced, hand embroidered, free motion quilted, and needlefelted.

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Esther Brabec

Esther Brabec    •   Alphabet? More Info   

Cotton fabrics. Machine-stitching around appliqued fabrics. 

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Janet Brandt

Janet Brandt    •   Will Scrappy Catch the Ring? More Info   

Cotton fabric, cotton/poly batting, cotton and polyester threads, and embroidery floss. Machine and hand pieced. Machine and hand quilted with some raw edge stitching.

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Cindy Brendzel

Cindy Brendzel    •   City Lightning More Info   

Commercial cotton. Fused raw edge applique with machine stitching.

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Marge Bresel

Marge Bresel    •   Driving Thru More Info   

Screen printed cotton that is fused. 

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Jane Bromberg

Jane Bromberg    •   Resume More Info   

Vintage quilt block with applique.

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Anna Brown

Anna Brown    •   Lake Reflections More Info   

Raw edge reverse applique. Machine pieced cotton fabric. Hand quilted.

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Earamichia Brown

Earamichia Brown    •   Oasis More Info   

Fussy cut, Mistyfused, free motion quilted.

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Kathy Brown

Kathy Brown    •   Nature's Heart Beat More Info   

This piece uses my own digitally printed photo. Using commercial cottons, stretched velvet, burned organza, hand embroidery, and paint, I have developed the texture found on the bark of these beautiful eucalyptus trees. The leaves are hand painted, stiffened silk, that are wired and hand embroidered. The piece is hand quilted.

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Peggy Brown

Peggy Brown    •   Sneak Peak More Info   

Hand painted and digital transfer images collaged, then machine quilted.

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Esther Bruckel

Esther Bruckel    •   Yes You Can! More Info   

Painted cotton fabric for the background. Commercial cotton fabric and embroidery floss. Fused applique.

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Nancy Bryant

Nancy Bryant    •   Reflections More Info   

A shibori technique was used to hand dye fabrics for this piece. The intent was to create a sense of reflections on the water. Dynamic diagonal lines were used to create a sense of movement.

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Wendy Bucey

Wendy Bucey    •   Remnant Abstraction More Info   

Raw edge appliqued art quilt made using remnants from previous quilts. Hand painted silk and cotton, commercial cotton, decorative threads, acrylic paint, and metal embellishments. Hand and machine stitched.

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Sharon Buck

Sharon Buck    •   The Muse VS The Deadline More Info   

Photo printed on silk. Pieced, appliqued, beaded, and machine quilted.

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Beatrice Bueche

Beatrice Bueche    •   TO THE LIGHT! More Info   

Hand cut cotton fabric pieces, sewn and quilted at the sewing machine. 

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M. C. Bunte

M. C. Bunte    •   Tree Line More Info   

Silk batik and silk dupioni. Machine pieced and quilted with bead embellishment.

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Shelly Burge

Shelly Burge    •   How Now More Info   

Snow dyed cotton sateen fabric created by Shelly was used as the background fabric along with commercial black and white prints. Machine pieced, hand appliqued, and fusible appliqued. Machine quilted.

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Anne Burns Johnson

Anne Burns Johnson    •   Before More Info   

Strip pieced background, organza photo image, overlayed with paint and tulle. 

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Pamela Burns

Pamela Burns    •   Joyful Song More Info   

Hand dyed and batik fabrics. Wool batting. Black cotton background and backing. I used a raw edge collaged applique technique using a fusible webbing on a portion of the face hair. Some areas were left unfused and only machine quilted to enhance the fractured look of the figure. Machine quilted.

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Elizabeth Busch

Elizabeth Busch    •   "Starry Night" More Info   

Black Trigger cloth painted with textile paints. Polyester fusible batting with cotton backing. Fused, hand and machine sewn/quilted.

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Linda A. Campbell

Linda A. Campbell    •   Pond Fish More Info   

My original fish drawing was printed on cotton that was hand painted using Neocolours. The piece is hand and machine quilted. Colour was added to the fish using Shiva Sticks. Embroidery and embellishments were added and then the quilt was mounted on a taffeta and organza backing with melted edges. Three fish in our pond soon became fifty fish, hence all the minnows.

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Sonja Campbell

Sonja Campbell    •   Winter Garden More Info   

Commercial cotton fabric and polyester thread.  

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JoAnn Camp

JoAnn Camp    •   Lyrical More Info   

Commercial, specialty, hand painted, and hand dyed cotton fabric. Silk, Twist, and Trilobal threads. Reverse appliqued and machine quilted. Mounted on wooden stretcher frame and wired to hang.

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Maria Terezinha Cardoso

Maria Terezinha Cardoso    •   "Livre Para Voar" More Info   

Tecnica: Trapunto, tecidos 100% algodão, organza, Quilting Livre, linha metalizada mescla. 100% cotton fabrics, organza, free-motion quilted with metallic blend threads. 

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Fanny Carroll

Fanny Carroll    •   Blossom More Info   

Hand dyed fabrics. Pieced, hand embroidered, and quilted.

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Christine Castano

Christine Castano    •   Diversity More Info   

A double helix quilting motif, rendered in walking-foot and hand-quilting techniques, links a square of 9 patch in a square block. The fabrics span 2 decades and represent the exuberant mixture of people from all walks of life, our common humanity, and the richness of Diversity.

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Maya Chaimovich

Maya Chaimovich    •   Imagination More Info   

Recyled fabric on fusible interfacing. Free motion machine quilted.

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Carol Chewning

Carol Chewning    •   Moving On More Info   

Original hand-dyed cotton and mixed media. Raw edge appliqued.

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Jan Clark

Jan Clark    •   Les Tournesols More Info   

Thread painting on cotton fabrics with bead embellishment. 

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Jetta Clover

Jetta Clover    •   Here's to Life More Info   

Cotton and cheese cloth. Flour paste printing, rust printing, paper transfer, collage, hand and machine quilting.

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Leslie Coe

Leslie Coe    •   Chaos More Info   

Fused cotton fabrics. Machine quilted.

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Maryte Collard

Maryte Collard    •   Starry Night More Info   

Made from my own hand dyed and commercial cottons. Machine pieced and machine quilted. Polyester batting.

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Carolyn Collins

Carolyn Collins    •   Long and Winding Road More Info   

Hand dyed fabric and digitally printed overlay. Hand reverse applique, machine pieced and quilted.

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Linda Colsh

Linda Colsh    •   Lake Shore Night More Info   

Cotton fabrics were painted, hand printed, digitally printed, and screenprinted. Machine pieced and machine quilted.

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Ramona Conconi

Ramona Conconi    •   Love letters More Info   

Commercial cotton and silk fabric, hand dyed and batik cotton fabric made by the artist. Free hand cut, machine quilted, quilted postcard, calligraphy pen.

 

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Gerrie Congdon

Gerrie Congdon    •   Lune Rouge More Info   

Indigo shibori silk background, silk applique, embroidered with perle cotton and silk lame braid.

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Shannon Conley

Shannon Conley    •   A is for Art More Info   

Brocade, silk, and polyester fabric. Openwork, free-motion quilted.

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Vicki Conley

Vicki Conley    •   Stacks of Grass #2 More Info   

Improvisationally machine pieced on stabilizer. Machine quilted.

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Jennifer Conrad

Jennifer Conrad    •   A Walk in the Woods - Summer Refelection More Info   

Hand dyed cotton, painted and ink added. Free-motion quilted.

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Judith Content

Judith Content    •   Truffle Series: Rocky Road More Info   

Arashi-Shibori dyed Thai silk and silk charmeuse. Pieced, stitched, and beaded.

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Stephanie Crawford

Stephanie Crawford    •   The Harbour Inn More Info   

Drawn in pencil, painted with fabric paints, and heavily stitched.

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Kimberly Creamer

Kimberly Creamer    •   Given with love More Info   

Textured printed cotton background with batik flowers embellished with beading. Gold trimmed stems and painted silk leaves in appliquéd vase.

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Carol Croce

Carol Croce    •   Shade sails over the pergola More Info   

Commercial cotton fabric, Inktense, and paint sticks. Foundation paper pieced based on my photo and machine quilted.

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Phyllis Cullen

Phyllis Cullen    •   Endless Summer More Info   

Hand dyed and commercial cotton fabrics in my raw edged applique stained glass style, all infused with the colors and fragrance and glow of our Hawaiian sunsets! 

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Millie Cumming

Millie Cumming    •   Fragments 2 More Info   

Vintage linen embroidery and vintage flour sacks were rust dyed, hand appliqued, and hand quilted.

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Lynne Cunningham

Lynne Cunningham    •   Night and Day More Info   

Hand-dyed cotton fabrics. Appliqued, topstitched, and free motion quilted.

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Anne Daughtry

Anne Daughtry    •   Good Dog More Info   

Silk confetti tree, thread painting, fabric paint, felt, embroidery thread, commercial cotton, and hand dyed cotton. Tulle over the entire piece. 

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Eti David

Eti David    •   Water More Info   

Cotton fabrics. Small pieces hanging on a 3 layered quilt.

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Donna Deaver

Donna Deaver    •   Respite More Info   

Artist's own hand-dyed fabrics are used for the primary design elements in a fused and stitched collage method. Heavy stitching is added to create a textural dimension.

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Rhonda Denney

Rhonda Denney    •   Winter Rabbit More Info   

Raw-edge and reverse appliquéd using commercial fabrics. Pieces were embellished using pigments. Thread embellishment (monofilament) was added for depth and texture.

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Sue Dennis

Sue Dennis    •   Dancing in the Garden More Info   

Whole cloth, batting, textile ink, and thread. Printed with garden weeds and machine quilted.

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Rachel Derstine

Rachel Derstine    •   Windows 6 More Info   

Hand dyed, hand painted, and commercial cottons, silks, and non wovens. Fused, machine appliqued, pieced, and quilted. Mounted on painted stretched canvas. Ready to hang.

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Sue de Vanny

Sue de Vanny    •   Treasured Threads More Info   

This underwater scene is a fabric collage which is then appliqued onto my hand painted cotton fabric and thread sketched. Adding some Angelina to the chest and incorporating gold bits of yarn as well. When quilting, I've added different types of yarn to simulate coral. Cotton fabric, various yarns, and polyester threads.

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Gail Dickel

Gail Dickel    •   Vincent's Fields More Info   

Commercial batiks and hand dyed fabrics, fused. Machine quilted.

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Gabriele DiTota

Gabriele DiTota    •   The New Bogeyman More Info   

Painted canvas, raw edge appliqué, free motion quilted.

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Giny Dixon

Giny Dixon    •   Four Baseball Mitts More Info   

Original thermofax screens with thickend dye and textile paints on cotton fabric that is fused to felt. Artificial leathers also fused to felt, sewn to the cotton background, and stuffed with felt.

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Jaye Dodds

Jaye Dodds    •   "Super Nova" More Info   

Mandal created by ice dyeing cotton fabric. Hand stitched with perle cotton.

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Lisa Dodson

Lisa Dodson    •   Summer Pond More Info   

Indigo dye, stencil with rice resist paste, hand embroidery, shibori, eco-printing, silk, wool, cotton, and beading.

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Katherine Dombrowski

Katherine Dombrowski    •   Passionflower More Info   

Hand-painted with acrylic inks, featuring hand-dyed cottons, free-motion quilting, and cotton batting.

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Sue Domeney

Sue Domeney    •   Evening Storm Approaches More Info   

Cotton & synthetic fabrics, cotton batting, cotton & synthetic threads. Fused bias strips, some with organza overlay, free motion quilted/embroidered.

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Chiaki Dosho

Chiaki Dosho    •   Bubble2018 More Info   

Japanese old Kimono silk. Sumi dyed and appliqued by hand. Quilted by machine. 

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Katherine Dossman

Katherine Dossman    •   Violet More Info   

Whole cloth painted with inktense pencils. Free motion quilted with Aurifil 50w. Embellished with acrylic paint and fabrico markers. Cotton batting.

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Janis Doucette

Janis Doucette    •   Sun Dappled Maples More Info   

Eco printed cotton, photograph printed on silk, leaf appliques embellished with Angelina fibers. Quilted with both cotton and metallic threads.

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Heidi Drahota

Heidi Drahota    •   Wilde Nature More Info   

Nature is the model to honor God's creation. Ecoprinted with cranesbill, hazelnut and sweetgum on cotton, chiffon. Free-motion quilted.

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Sue (Kathleen) Duffy

Sue (Kathleen) Duffy    •   Silver Gulls More Info   

Cotton, lace, crochet, raw edge applique, trapunto by machine, free motion stitching and quilting.

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LaVonne Dunetts

LaVonne Dunetts    •   Marbles More Info   

Painted fabrics resembling marble along with circular marble images.

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Joan Dyer

Joan Dyer    •   Streaming No. 6: Spinning a Dream More Info   

This year's auction piece is composed of my own hand-dyed cottons, many embellished with discharge paste patterns. The focal motif is hand stitched with variegated perle cotton. The machine pieced background is machine quilted with a walking foot.  

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Aileyn Renli Ecob

Aileyn Renli Ecob    •   Acorn Woodpecker More Info   

Cotton fabric, thread, batting, and fabric ink. The bird is ink painted, then fused, edge-stitched appliqued, and machine quilted.

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Lisa Ellis

Lisa Ellis    •   Beach Encounters More Info   

Machine pieced and quilted. Based on a photo from my favorite beach where I built my own personal cairn.

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Susan Else

Susan Else    •   Chorus More Info   

Collaged and quilted fabric sculpture.

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Suzan Engler

Suzan Engler    •   Gears in Green More Info   

Digitally manipulated image printed on cotton fabric and quilted.

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Diane English

Diane English    •   Row Crops More Info   

Artist created polyester and commercial fabrics with beads added. Machine and hand quilted. 

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Linda Engstrom

Linda Engstrom    •   Teetering Fractal Cabins More Info   

Fractal image created by the artist, digitally printed on commercial cotton, with cotton/poly batting.

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Sarah Entsminger

Sarah Entsminger    •   Early Morning Snowfall More Info   

Machine pieced, machine appliqued, and machine quilted. Hand-dyed and commercial fabric, colored pencil, acrylic paint, wax pastel, and a variety of threads. 

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Cindy Erickson

Cindy Erickson    •   Eclipse More Info   

Hand dyed, hand painted, and commercial fabrics. 

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Carol Esch

Carol Esch    •   Ala Pollock More Info   

Hand dyed and painted 100 per cent cotton. Machine pieced and quilted. 

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Linda Evans

Linda Evans    •   Girl With a Blue Hat More Info   

Materials: Cotton fabric, fusible web adhesive, thread, and batting. Techniques: Raw edge/machine stitched applique. Inspired by a photograph by Kenzi Judge (used with permission) of the Church of San Pedro de Atacama.

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Robyn Eves

Robyn Eves    •   Deconstructed Fragments More Info   

Deconstructed silk screen pring, painted, machine free motion and hand stitching on cotton. Cotton and poly threads, bamboo batting, cotton backing.

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Connie Marie Fahrion

Connie Marie Fahrion    •   Tranquility More Info   

Black and white cotton, machine quilted. Flowers handstitched with perle crown cotton.

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Dianne Firth

Dianne Firth    •   Secret River More Info   

Dyed viscose felt and polyester net. Reverse appliqued and machine quilted.

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Robin Fischer

Robin Fischer    •   Carnival More Info   

Hand dyed and painted damask linen. Free motion machine quilted, machine couched threads.

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Tommy Fitzsimmons

Tommy Fitzsimmons    •   Tremendous TVs More Info   

Machine appliqued and machine quilted using my own hand dyed cotton fabrics.

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Floris Flam

Floris Flam    •   Views 5 More Info   

Machine pieced using hand-dyed fabric. Machine quilted.

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Katriina Flensburg

Katriina Flensburg    •   Still Life Abstraction More Info   

Hand painted and mono-printed cottons (using textile acrylics). Appliqued and top stitched through fabric and batting.

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April Foster

April Foster    •   Ranchos de Taos More Info   

Quilting cottons and paint sticks. Fused, raw edge appliquéd, and free motion quilted.

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Jan Fox

Jan Fox    •   Racing Thoughts More Info   

Cotton fabric fused and stitched onto 12x12 quilted background.

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Muff Fregia

Muff Fregia    •   Joy in Music, Joy from Music More Info   

Cottons, silk, cotton/wool batting, cotton and silk threads, paint, and ink. 

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Jane Frenke

Jane Frenke    •   Torii Gate XXIII More Info   

Screen printed and stamped. Hand turned appliqued and machine quilted. Hand dyed backing.

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Natalie Friedman

Natalie Friedman    •   I Heart Texas More Info   

Fused and machine-stitched raw-edge applique on cotton fabric with embroidery.

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Carole Frocillo

Carole Frocillo    •   Red Dawn More Info   

Raw edge appliqué. Fabric has been torn and edges allowed to fray. Domestic machine stitched with invisible thread. Fabric choices are commercial and hand dyed as well as thrift store finds.

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Linda Frost

Linda Frost    •   Yellow-Eyed Warblers More Info   

Hand dyed and stamped fabric, cotton and silk fabrics, beads, and sequins. Raw edge appliqued and free motion quilted.

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Sheila Gaquin

Sheila Gaquin    •   Fish Dinner More Info   

Raw edge appliquéd using commercial cottons. Free-motion quilted.

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Bodil Gardner

Bodil Gardner    •   Woman of the Year 2018 More Info   

Recycled cottons, raw edge applique.

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Judith Quinn Garnett

Judith Quinn Garnett    •   Eve More Info   

This is a stitched painting. Commercial cotton fabric, painted, polyester felt. Veil: polyester netting, done with improvisational machine stitching and reduced with heat tools. 

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Patricia Gaska

Patricia Gaska    •   Blue Moon More Info   

Machine pieced, appliquéd, and quilted using commercial and bleach discharged cotton fabrics.

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Jayne Gaskins

Jayne Gaskins    •   Everything Old is New Again More Info   

Materials: cotton/sateen fabric, sewing thread, crochet thread, inkjet inks, fabric glue, and fabric stiffener. Techniques: photography, digital art, machine quilting, fusing, and free motion embroidery.   

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Mary Louise Gerek

Mary Louise Gerek    •   Grand Prismatic III More Info   

Hand dyed and commercial cotton, fabric paint and ink, beads, rayon, and cotton thread. Free motion quilted.

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Mimi Ghauri-Young

Mimi Ghauri-Young    •   Lady with Lipstick a la Matisse More Info   

Machine applique, machine piecing, and machine quilting using commercial cotton fabrics on cotton batting.

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Dianne Gibson

Dianne Gibson    •   Memories of Tasmania More Info   

Hand created papers, dyes, copper, and felt.

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Betty Gientke

Betty Gientke    •   Flowers More Info   

Using a glue resist, a floral design was drawn on white cotton then painted. The resist was washed out and the piece was machine quilted and hand embroidered.

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Judy Gignesi

Judy Gignesi    •   Doors and Windows More Info   

Commercial fabric and scraps from previous projects. Heavily quilted.

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Rolanda Gilbert-Eyke

Rolanda Gilbert-Eyke    •   Pink Pachyderm More Info   

Cotton, hand painted/dyed background fabric. Appliqued and machine quilted. Pink elephant on green background with blue binding. Pink star labels on back with title and artist's name.

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Monique Gilbert

Monique Gilbert    •   Little Green Samourai More Info   

Abstract design of a Samourai. Materials: vintage white fabric, home dyed green shibori, gold ribbon, 2 vintage buttons, oil paint. Techniques: direct appliqué, quilting, and echo quilting. 

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Claire Gimber

Claire Gimber    •   Gun Issues USA More Info   

Painted cotton fabric. Machine appliqued and free motion stitched.

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Lorri Glennon

Lorri Glennon    •   Spirit Moon More Info   

Batik fabrics in a landscape representing my current art work where I love using the colors and motion I see in the fabrics. This piece was created using fused applique and a variety of decorative stitches that I call frosting on the cake.

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Hellen Godden

Hellen Godden    •   Something Fishy #6 More Info   

Hand painted with dye on calico, black Sharpie outlines, free-motion quilted details. Slightly abstract, colourful, and intriguing, like a piece of jazz music complete with violin, keyboard, and a couple of fish.

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Gwen Goepel

Gwen Goepel    •   Emerald Isle (the jewel of the coast) More Info   

Seashells, burlap, batiks, and commercial fabrics. Embellishment trims and crystals. Hand guided machine work.

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Robyn Gold

Robyn Gold    •   Floral Fantasy More Info   

Needle-turned and raw edge appliquéd (no fusible), hand-dyed and commercial cottons, machine quilted, hand embroidered. Embellished with beads, a ceramic button, and pearl cotton.

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Debra Goley

Debra Goley    •   On the Precipice More Info   

Commercial and hand dyed cotton fabrics, cotton thread and batting. Fused and machine quilted. 

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Susie Goodman

Susie Goodman    •   Winter Paradox More Info   

Hand dyed and painted fabrics, batiks, inktense pencils, and beads used in this raw edge appliquéd piece. Machine quilted.

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Mary Goodson

Mary Goodson    •   Metals Leafing Out More Info   

Silk fabrics were dyed and painted to resemble metal. The silk was then layered, appliqued, and machine quilted. Watercolor pencil was used to highlight the leaves.

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Valerie Goodwin

Valerie Goodwin    •   Map Play More Info   

Laser cut, sheer and opaque fabrics, painted and collaged. Fused, hand and machine stitched.

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Julia Graber

Julia Graber    •   Weeping Willow V More Info   

Cotton fabric cut into one inch squares and fused to cotton background fabric. Layered and quilted with Superior Thread, then fused to a quilted background. Free motion stitched willow, finished with hand stitched facing.

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Sonia Grasvik

Sonia Grasvik    •   A Broken Heart Still Beats More Info   

Commercial cottons, embroidery thread. Raw edge machine applique, hand and machine embroidery, free motion quilting.

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Virginia Greaves

Virginia Greaves    •   Sideways Glance More Info   

Sakura Micron pen, Inktense pencils, commercial fabrics, cotton & polyester threads. Drawing, painting, machine appliqué, free motion quilting.

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Mary T. Green

Mary T. Green    •   Spirit Animal More Info   

Created using embroidery thread and commerical cottons. Hand embroidered (with slight stuffing so embroidery is dimensional), machine appliquéd, and machine quilted.

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Peg Green

Peg Green    •   Evolution More Info   

Cotton fabric and batting. Collaged and machine quilted. This piece was created as a demo piece during a fabric collage workshop that I led as an afternoon of simply doing art together. All participants agreed in advance to donate their work to SAQA for the Benefit Auction.

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Carolyn Griffith

Carolyn Griffith    •   My Pasture Flowers More Info   

The ground fabric reminds me of the pastures of wildflowers on my family ranch. It inspired this piece. 

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Denise Griffiths

Denise Griffiths    •   Banksia Nut More Info   

Rusted Calico background, repurposed scarf stretched on the bias to create tree bark. Nuts created by heat-shrinking the underlayer of fabric, and painting, then free motion stitiching on top. Finished with hand stitching.

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Jean Grimes

Jean Grimes    •   Stratafication One More Info   

Cotton fabric, home decorator fabric, and paints.

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Connie Griner

Connie Griner    •   Boxed Fern More Info   

Commercial cotton fabrics. Hand appliqued (prepared-edge applique). Hand quilted with Artfabrik hand-dyed perle cottons.

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Ann Grundler

Ann Grundler    •   Fresh Breeze More Info   

Hand dyed cotton that was discharged, pieced, thread painted, and embellished with beads.

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Julie Haddrick

Julie Haddrick    •   DRIFTING TREASURE More Info   

Julie’s illustration; hand silk screen printed image of Japanese snow cranes and feathers. Cotton fabric, machine stitched and thread painted with rayon threads. Transience, imperfection and impermanence; the discarded Snow crane feather drifts whilst birds continue their journey. Greatness is in the overlooked details; the wabi sabi of quiet, the insignificant, the discarded. The treasure drifts.

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Gunnel Hag

Gunnel Hag    •   Leaf Treasure 2 More Info   

100% cotton. Screen printed, painted, and printed with an actual leaf using Colour Vie pigments. Fused and machine quilted.

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Betty Hahn

Betty Hahn    •   Houston Across the Street More Info   

Hand painted silk; painted with Tsukineko ink and acrylic paint. Quilted on movable machine with polyester thread.

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Karen Hansen

Karen Hansen    •   Celebration More Info   

Commercial cottons fused and quilted, couched decorative threads.

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Barbara Hanson

Barbara Hanson    •   One of My Favorite Things! More Info   

Machine pieced commercial fabrics with machine and hand quilting/embroidery.

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Bev Haring

Bev Haring    •   View from the Farm House Window More Info   

Commercial and hand dyed fabrics, polyester organza, InkTense pencils, and various threads. Fused appliqued, machine quilted and embroidered.

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Patty Hawkins

Patty Hawkins    •   Mimbres More Info   

Artist marked fabrics, cottons, machine quilted. Mounted on stretcher frame 12" x 12", with hanging wire at back. 

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Jane Haworth

Jane Haworth    •   Two Owls More Info   

This quilt is based on a painting by English artist Mary Payne, that I grew up with and is still hanging in my parent's home . I used a variety of fabrics including commercial cottons and vintage silks. The background was a vintage chiffon that I tie dyed with indigo. The batting is cotton and then I used a variety of threads for free motion quilting.

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Jim Hay

Jim Hay    •   Two For Lunch More Info   

Silk necktie, kimono cloth, netting, world cloth. Applique, reverse applique, thread drawing, cloth backside, machine sewing. 

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Dorothy Heidemann Nelson

Dorothy Heidemann Nelson    •   Life Water More Info   

Indigo dyed, acrylic ink, commercial cotton, and hand-written text on cotton. 

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Greta Hildebrand

Greta Hildebrand    •   Floating Sumac More Info   

Materials: Quilting cotton, quilting thread, cotton quilt backing, and stuffing.
Technique: Digital photography, images cut, backed and mounted using shank technique. Hand quilted using trapunto technique.

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Jo Anne Hill

Jo Anne Hill    •   Changing Directions More Info   

Trees by the ocean are wind blown into one direction. Life changes directions quite often, offering challenges to us. Breast cancer (cancer free for 3 yrs) resulted in lymphedema. No longer able to free motion my own lap quilts for charity quilts, I changed directions to art quilts. The joy I experienced was gratifying and unexpected. Cotton, fused raw edge applique, free motion quilting.

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Susan Hilsenbeck

Susan Hilsenbeck    •   Dresden Day at the Beach More Info   

This is the 3rd in a series of pieces using asymmetric or distorted Dresden plates or fans. This one was inspired by the colorful umbrellas and beautiful beaches of the Caribbean. The quilt is machine pieced and appliqued, hand embroidered, and machine quilted.

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Jaynie Himsl

Jaynie Himsl    •   The Neighbourhood More Info   

Commercial cotton and silk, pieced, hand embroidered, and hand appliqued. Free motion quilted.

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Jill P. Hoddick

Jill P. Hoddick    •   Warning Signs More Info   

Cotton fabrics, curved piecing, stitched.

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Trish Hodge

Trish Hodge    •   Samburu Lekalali More Info   

Skydyes by Mickey Lawler hand dyed fabrics, Paintstiks, and an antique sarong. Pieced, raw edge appliqued, and quilted.

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Vera Holmgren

Vera Holmgren    •   The Sun Never Sets More Info   

Raw edge machine appliqué. Hand dyed cotton and linen, batik, and silk. Hand embroidered.

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Lois Wilby Hooper

Lois Wilby Hooper    •   Beside the Seaside More Info   

Acrylic paint on cotton, glass beads. Free motion quilted.

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Judy Hooworth

Judy Hooworth    •   Still Life With Onions More Info   

Cottons, cotton/poly batting, crayons, and deconstructed silk screen mono print. Hand quilted.

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Joseph Horansky

Joseph Horansky    •   Untitled More Info   

Cottons, cotton blends, and batting. Raw edge applique with satin stitching. 

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Ruby Horansky

Ruby Horansky    •   Late Bloom More Info   

Cotton and cotton blends. Raw-edge appliqued, machine quilted, and satin stitched.

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Janet Huffman

Janet Huffman    •   Southwest Journey More Info   

Improvisational piecing with commercial cotton fabrics. Machine quilted with cotton threads.  Bead embellishment. 

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Doris Hulse

Doris Hulse    •   Caladiums in the Mist More Info   

Commercial cotton fabric, wool batting. Raw edge applique enhanced with InkTense pencils and finished with dryer sheets for mist. Free-motion quilted. 

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Candace Hunter

Candace Hunter    •   Doors More Info   

SAQA South Valley Pod-inspired abstract of Oregon Mountains in the Willamette Valley. For "Doors", I used Jane Dunewold's Eco Felt backing technique to finish this all-cotton exploration into fusible layering techniques. Quilting and surface design was done by machine with cotton quilting threads and Jacquard paints and fabric markers.

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debo Hysack

debo Hysack    •   deAnne`s Hummingbird More Info   

Painted cheesecloth and Lutradur. Hand and machine stitched with pearl cotton, metallic, and varigated thread. Silk and roving felted elements. Dedicated to a lovely friend deAnne, who passed away as I was finishing this. She was always learning and always curious. She would have asked me many questions about the techniques I used.  

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Linda Ingham

Linda Ingham    •   Echinnacea More Info   

Commercial printed fabric, fusible applique, free motion and automatic machine quilting.

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Margaret Inkster

Margaret Inkster    •   Ocean Calm More Info   

Hand dyed silk. Appliqued. Machine and hand quilted.

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Sharon Jaeger

Sharon Jaeger    •   January More Info   

Painted tone-on-tone sky, satin trees and snow with dimensional "snow".

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Monica Jarnot

Monica Jarnot    •   Monica's Tulips More Info   

Cotton fabric and batting. Designed and collaged by Monica Jarnot, quilted by Peg Green. This piece was created in a fabric collage workshop by Monica, a CNP who guides Alzheimer's patients in a variety of texture, color, and shape exercises using fabric, but has never created a quilt before. Monica also designed the quilting pattern, including dragonfly.

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Laura Jaszkowski

Laura Jaszkowski    •   Sturgeon Moon More Info   

Hand-dyed and commercially printed fabric, silk organza, cotton and neon polyester thread.

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Lisa Jenni

Lisa Jenni    •   Travel Season: Provence More Info   

Silk, Dupioni silk, hand dyed and batik cottons, shimmer-cotton blends, embroidery floss, and gold filament. Improvisationally pieced, screen printed, hand and machine quilted.

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Leslie Jennings

Leslie Jennings    •   The Happy Catch More Info   

I used a fabric collage technique with commercial fabrics. The background is a phototransfer of writing and a button is attached to the eye.

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Ivy Jensen

Ivy Jensen    •   Rare Creature More Info   

Painted, quilted, and melted Tyvek and other synthetic materials. 

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Karen Johnson

Karen Johnson    •   Skinny Strips Number 3 More Info   

Hand dyed and commercial fabric; machine pieced and quilted.

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Jennie Johnston

Jennie Johnston    •   Kintsugi More Info   

Linen, commercial cotton threads and fabric, photo transfer, acrylic paint, metallic thread. Hand and machine quilted.

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Elaine Jones

Elaine Jones    •   "ME" (and my fantasy curls) More Info   

Layered applique face, embellished with various thread painted fabric strips, over a background of tulle on black cotton.

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Janice Jones

Janice Jones    •   Perspective View More Info   

Photo transfer, bead & string embellishment, and tulle accent.

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Cheryl Jordan

Cheryl Jordan    •   Gourmet Artichokes More Info   

Pieced cotton fabrics, embellished with Paintstiks.

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Bella Kaplan

Bella Kaplan    •   Winter More Info   

Cotton fabric, screen printed, and Eco printed. Fused and machine quilted.

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Kathleen Kastles

Kathleen Kastles    •   Shattered Sunlight More Info   

Painted and stitched collage mounted on stretched canvas, with attached screw eyes and wires for hanging.

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Sara Kelly

Sara Kelly    •   Pears, Halved More Info   

Raw edge appliquéd. Free motion and satin stitched.

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Rebecca Kemble

Rebecca Kemble    •   Revolution More Info   

Hand painted fabric, quilted, and embellished with watch gears.

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Patricia Kennedy Zafred

Patricia Kennedy Zafred    •   Steel Town: Shift Change More Info   

Hand silkscreened images on hand dyed fabric. Fused, machine quilted, and embellished with vintage dues buttons.

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Jill Kerttula

Jill Kerttula    •   Sun, Shadows, and Straws More Info   

Custom photo printed fabric, applique, couching, hand and machine stitching.

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Michele Kincaid

Michele Kincaid    •   Tide Poolin' More Info   

Commercial hand dyed and marbled cotton. Cheesecloth, sea shells, pebbles, and shell fragments.

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Catherine Kleeman

Catherine Kleeman    •   Inspiration Exists More Info   

Artist dyed and painted cotton fabrics using multiple surface design processes. Raw edge machine appliqued. Machine stitched and quilted.

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Sherry Davis Kleinman

Sherry Davis Kleinman    •   Backyard Chickens More Info   

Using an inspiration photo I took of a friend's backyard chickens, I painted the images on my iPad using the ArtRage App. Image was then printed onto fabric and quilted with machine and hand stitching.

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Rose Klein

Rose Klein    •   Tricky Towers More Info   

Linen, cotton, machine pieced.

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Gloria Klutzke

Gloria Klutzke    •   Me Too More Info   

Words are hand painted with acrylic paint. Machine quilted.

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Lynn Koolish

Lynn Koolish    •   Black on White #7 More Info   

Paint on fabric. Machine quilted.

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Paula Kovarik

Paula Kovarik    •   Gobble Gobble More Info   

Cotton fabric, thread, and batting with felt backing. Free-motion and hand stitched.

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Judith Kreiger

Judith Kreiger    •   October Evening in Rovaniemi More Info   

Raw edge appliquéd, machine quilted, accented with color pencils, with organza over silk roving in sky portion to simulate aurora borealis. 

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Karol Kusmaul

Karol Kusmaul    •   Faith More Info   

Various commercial and upcycled thrift store treasures. Faith was hand quilted and hand appliqued using a raw edge technique. I enjoy using a variety of prints to make portraits. I have faith that it will turn out looking great!

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Phillippa Lack

Phillippa Lack    •   Seeing Double More Info   

Alcohol ink original, manipulated in Photoshop and digitally printed on organic cotton sateen. Machine stitched with double needle.

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Roberta Lagomarsini

Roberta Lagomarsini    •   Galaxy More Info   

Fused cotton fabrics cut randomly and reassembled, then free motion quilted to create a galaxy of stars, comets, and other terrestrial forms.

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Linda Laird

Linda Laird    •   Dream Scene 1 More Info   

Magazine images transferred to plastic tape, perle cotton thread, recycled plastic felt, commercial cotton fabric, foam core board, and hand woven tape strips. Hand quilted.

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Jennifer Landau

Jennifer Landau    •   Play of Light More Info   

Custom dyed wool, machine felted with an overlay of sheer woven fabric which has been stitched then burned with a tool to remove portions of the fabric. Machine quilted.

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Judy Langille

Judy Langille    •   Woods in Snow More Info   

Hand printed linen, hand stitched. Size: 13 x 13 inches. 

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Cat Larrea

Cat Larrea    •   Doubtful Sound More Info   

Hand dyed and dye painted cotton. Fused raw edge applique.

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Sandra Lauterbach

Sandra Lauterbach    •   Beckoning More Info   

Free form abstract artwork: cotton fabric on mesh background. Machine quilted. 

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Mickey Lawler

Mickey Lawler    •   Old City More Info   

Hand-painted cottons, fused original design, machine quilted.

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Deb Layt

Deb Layt    •   Fancy Feathers More Info   

Cotton fabric and thread, free motion quilting, and hand painting

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Leigh Layton

Leigh Layton    •   "DJ" More Info   

DJ is an original photo manipulated and printed on fabric. It was then thread painted and quilted. DJ was a beautiful palomino horse.

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Kathy Angel Lee

Kathy Angel Lee    •   Circus Cacophony More Info   

Pieced background with all over quilting. Fabric stilt silhouettes stitched on. Cotton fabrics and cotton batting.

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Amelia Leigh

Amelia Leigh    •   Untitled More Info   

Cotton sateen, hand-dyed, pieced, and quilted.

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Carol Leitch

Carol Leitch    •   Threads of Yesteryear More Info   

Machine pieced. Flowers were made from last year's thread cuts that were free motion quilted between Sulky Solvy. Hand stitched using perle thread.

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Uta Lenk

Uta Lenk    •   Kimono 1 More Info   

Recycled kimono remnants and special effects. Machine and hand stitched.

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Susan Lenz

Susan Lenz    •   Blessed Sleep II More Info   

Crayon on silk grave rubbing with free motion machine and hand embroidery, vintage lace and buttons.

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Judy Leslie

Judy Leslie    •   Songbird of Gabriola More Info   

Songbird of Gabriola began as a photo taken at an art quilt retreat on Gabriola Island, British Columbia. I converted my photo of a robin, perched on a blackberry bramble, into a silhouette image. On my hand-dyed cotton sateen background, bramble leaves were painted with Jacguard’s lustrous Lumiere and outlined with fine stitching. The bird silhouette was trapuntoed and then contour stitched.

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Cynthia Levis

Cynthia Levis    •   All things Equal More Info   

Pieced and free motion quilted with embellishments applied.

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Ellen Lindner

Ellen Lindner    •   Crotons with Attitude More Info   

Cotton scraps with fusible, cotton batting, and thread. Fusing, raw edge applique, hand stitching, machine stitching.

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Cheryl Lipari

Cheryl Lipari    •   Stunning Sunset More Info   

The background was hand painted on batting and tulle. The tree, mountain, and reflection are raw edge applique. Free motion thread painting.

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Mary Ann Littlejohn

Mary Ann Littlejohn    •   "Oh, Pears" More Info   

Cotton fabric, fused raw-edge appliqué. Free motion quilted with silk thread.

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Gene Looman

Gene Looman    •   Universal DNA More Info   

This is a free motion thread painted and quilted piece. The technique for the ribbon is Libby Lehman's 3D Shear Ribbon. It is stitched on cotton fabric and batting with polyester and metallic threads.

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Cindy Loos

Cindy Loos    •   2 By 2 More Info   

Hand and machine pieced, hand embroidered, machine quilted.

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Sandra D. Lounsbury

Sandra D. Lounsbury    •   Trilobite Pool #2 More Info   

100% Cotton Kona wrapped around 1 1/4 inch pipe, Shibori style, and immersed in bleach for 7 minutes. Machine quilted and hand embroidered.

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Marya Lowe

Marya Lowe    •   Birdhouses VI More Info   

All cotton front/back/batting. Birdhouses were machine-pieced then fused to the background, which was also totally fused. Machine-quilted. Mounted on stretched canvas.

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Pam Lowe

Pam Lowe    •   She Ran So She Could Fly More Info   

Digital image - artist’s photo of her hand-carved wood block print on watercolor paper. Printed by artist on canvas, machine quilted over flannel, and mounted on 3/4 inch canvas. 

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Andrea Luliak

Andrea Luliak    •   Not Quite White II More Info   

Off white Dupioni silk, re-purposed textured tank top, gold cording, and gold beads. Hand couched cording, hand beaded, and machine quilted.

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Susan Leslie Lumsden

Susan Leslie Lumsden    •   Remember Fireflies? More Info   

Artist dyed silk/cotton, linocut carved print. Freemotion stitching, cotton batting, swarovski crystals, block print ink, cotton/poly threads, and metallic thread.

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Ann Luther

Ann Luther    •   Vortex More Info   

Painted fabric. Thread painted, embellished with yarns, and heavily quilted.

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Jenny K. Lyon

Jenny K. Lyon    •   April on the Vacant Lot More Info   

Free motion quilted whole cloth.

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Maya Madhavan

Maya Madhavan    •   Emergence More Info   

The piece was inspired by the black print with multicolored balls. These are worlds emerging from their spinning cocoons! Hand appliqued and machine quilted.

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Milla Malchow

Milla Malchow    •   Russian Folk More Info   

Cotton fabrics appliqued and machine stitched. 

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Wendy Maliszewski

Wendy Maliszewski    •   Poppies More Info   

Silk with fused applique.

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Patricia Marek

Patricia Marek    •   Arabic Tile 3 More Info   

Fused raw edge applique.

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Jeanne Marklin

Jeanne Marklin    •   Sonoran Soft More Info   

Thickened dye painted linen, organza, and wool. Free motion quilted.

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Marisa Marquez

Marisa Marquez    •   Take Five More Info   

Painted and machine quilted. 

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Regina Marzlin

Regina Marzlin    •   Red Giant More Info   

Hand dyed cotton, painted cotton, commercial cotton, embroidery floss, and thread. Monoprinted, screen printed, pieced, raw applique, hand and machine stitched.

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Karen Mason

Karen Mason    •   Hosta More Info   

Cotton painted with Lumiere fabric paint and free motion machine quilted.

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Susan Mathews

Susan Mathews    •   Prostrate Banksia 3 More Info   

Silk screen printed and free motion machine quilted. Cotton fabric, water soluble fabric printing ink, polyester thread, wool/polyester batting, and cotton thread.

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Rasa Mauragis

Rasa Mauragis    •   Moon in Flight More Info   

Collage and running stitch using naturally dyed cotton thread. Eco printed silk and cotton that was used to wrap silk and wool scarf bundles for eco printing. Eco printed and rusted watercolour paper. 

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Sally Harcum Maxwell

Sally Harcum Maxwell    •   Spring in the Abstract More Info   

I was inspired by "An Abstract Spring Landscape," an article in Cloth Paper Scissors magazine (March/April 2018,) to try my hand at an abstract representation of spring. Obviously, although I followed the suggested material list and directions, it came out as my own work. This was a new technique for me and I enjoyed the process. I detailed my journey in my blog "Finding the Artist's Way."

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Kathleen McCabe

Kathleen McCabe    •   Mind Your Own #4 More Info   

Acrylic painted, sun dyed cotton, and ceramic beads. Machine quilted and appliqued.

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Jeanelle McCall

Jeanelle McCall    •   Mother's Glass Bird More Info   

Raw edge appliquéd with basic hand stitching.

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Sherri Lipman McCauley

Sherri Lipman McCauley    •   Subtle Circles More Info   

Hand painted fabric with raw edge applique. Machine stitched and quilted.

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Karlie Norrish McChesney

Karlie Norrish McChesney    •   P5 F13 More Info   

Origami, carefully folded and creased, is an amazing transformation of paper into 3D models. P5 F13 is an image of an octahedron that uses 5 pieces of paper, each with 13 folds. This work has been acrylic painted to create the depth of the form. The surface details are of soft plastic.

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Catherine McDonald

Catherine McDonald    •   View over the Moat More Info   

I used a combinatin of leftover pieces from other works and enjoyed using the scraps rather than throwing them away. Machine pieced, appliqued, and quilted.

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Marie McEachern

Marie McEachern    •   Fantasy Croton More Info   

Commercial fabric. Raw edge appliquéd and free motion quilted.

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Linda McLaughlin

Linda McLaughlin    •   3 poplar leaves More Info   

Wet cyanotype print leaves. Pieced, hand embroidered, and machine quilted.

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Ginny McVickar

Ginny McVickar    •   Hawking's Ascent More Info   

Applique, free motion and machine stitching, fabric paints, batiks, and gold netting. Fantastico variegated thread and YLI invisible thread, with mini rhinestones.

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Diane Melms

Diane Melms    •   Dazed More Info   

Hand-dyed and commercial cotton fabrics, machine pieced, fused and raw edge appliqued, machine quilted.

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Alicia Merrett

Alicia Merrett    •   Somerset Village Green More Info   

Hand-dyed fabrics, improvisational cutting and stitching, machine quilting.

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Kestrel Michaud

Kestrel Michaud    •   Natural Beauty More Info   

"Natural Beauty" was created entirely from cut pieces of fabric (337 total) fused together. I drew the design on my iPad, then created a complete template in Illustrator. Finally, I cut and assembled each piece using the template as a guide. No stitching, dyes, markers, paints, or any other medium was incorporated. Even my signature in the bottom left is made from 7 pieces of fabric.

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Elizabeth Michellod-Dutheil

Elizabeth Michellod-Dutheil    •   Pour quelques flocons More Info   

Tissue and quilting.

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Dolores Miller

Dolores Miller    •   Galaxy 8 More Info   

Wool serge, wool roving, cotton lint, holographic Mylar thread, beads, wool felt, and cotton. Machine and hand needle-felted, hand beaded, embroidered, and quilted.

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Denise Oyama Miller

Denise Oyama Miller    •   Abundance No. 1 More Info   

Cotton fabrics and batting. Appliqued decorative fabric flowers covered with tulle. Impressionistic style cutting. Machine quilted.

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Karen Miller

Karen Miller    •   Japanese Garden More Info   

Antique Japanese silk, appliqued, machine quilted.

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Linda A. Miller

Linda A. Miller    •   Sonata 7 More Info   

Commercial and hand painted cottons. Fused applique, hand embroidered, machine quilted, and hand quilted. 

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Mandy Miller

Mandy Miller    •   Puddle More Info   

Commercial cottons. Hand beaded. Machine pieced and quilted. Mounted on canvas on wooden stretcher. 

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Roberta Chalfy Miller

Roberta Chalfy Miller    •   Dreams, Memories More Info   

Materials: one piece of hand-dyed shibori, cut and re-cut, sequins, and beads. Techniques: machine quilting, raw-edge machine appliqué, hand sewn sequins and beads.

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Sherrie Moomey

Sherrie Moomey    •   Tipping Point More Info   

Paint Monoprint on silk crepe and hand dyed Habatoi silk applique. Free motion quilting.

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Jeannie Moore

Jeannie Moore    •   Chicken Little More Info   

Inktense crayons on canvas with newsprint and silk tie transfers on organza. Sheet music and free motion quilting has been added.

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Lorna Morck

Lorna Morck    •   Door 8 More Info   

Textiles, acrylic paint, photos, and thread. Painted, stenciled, fused, collaged, inkjet printed photos and words, and thread marked.

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Nancy Morgen

Nancy Morgen    •   Among These Sacred Hills More Info   

Materials include hand painted and commercial fabrics, fusible interfacing, Lacey's Stiff Stuff, natural stones, beads, and various threads. Techniques include hand and machine quilting, hand piecing, machine embroidery, hand beading, and bead embroidery.

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Ann Moroz

Ann Moroz    •   Who Says it Can`t be Purple More Info   

Pieced sections of existing artwork in seven colorways.

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Pamela Morris

Pamela Morris    •   The Docklands: SW FLORIDA More Info   

Dyed, handroiderprinted, stamped, and embroidered.

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Myania Moses

Myania Moses    •   Ikebana Inspiration More Info   

Commercial cottons. Machine appliqued and quilted.

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Alison Muir

Alison Muir    •   Mulga More Info   

Antique Japanese silk, linen, silk threads, naturally dyed with tea, indigo, mangrove roots, and onion skins. Shibori, machine stitching, and hand embroidery. 

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Frances Murphy

Frances Murphy    •   Singularity (A Tribute to Stephen Hawking) More Info   

Hand-dyed and discharged fabrics, commercial fabrics, acrylic paint, cotton embroidery thread, polyester sewing thread, and bamboo batting. Fused and machine applique. Hand embroidered and machine quilted.

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Elizabeth Nacenta de la Croix

Elizabeth Nacenta de la Croix    •   La Traversee de l'Espoir More Info   

Cotton fabric and batting. Rayon threads. Hand painted fabric and shibori. Sewn and quilted by machine. Many immigrants choose the mediterranean sea to leave their countries and travel on unsafe boats. 

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Clara Nartey

Clara Nartey    •   Lovecicles More Info   

Dye and threads on cotton.

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Gail Naughton

Gail Naughton    •   Summer Storm More Info   

Hand dyed and commercial fabrics. Machine quilted with cotton and metallic threads. 

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Jean Neblett

Jean Neblett    •   Small Works 42 More Info   

Hand-dyed cottons by Lunn, Wiley, Rossi, and Neblett. 100% cotton batting and hand-dyed cotton backing. Collaged, machine appliquéd, and machine quilted with cotton and Sulky threads.

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Christine Nielsen

Christine Nielsen    •   Transition 2016 More Info   

Wool/rayon felt stitched to cotton and shrunk. Acrylic paint. Hand stitched and embellished.

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Jo Noble

Jo Noble    •   Meditation More Info   

100% Cotton, fused, free motion stitched, and painted.

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Bobbe Shapiro Nolan

Bobbe Shapiro Nolan    •   A Long and Perilous Journey 1 More Info   

Repurposed linen damask that has been rusted. Wool batting. Hand and machine stitched. Blanket stitch binding.

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Ellen November

Ellen November    •   Morro Bay More Info   

My photo of Morro Bay/Morro Rock, edited in PhotoShop and printed onto fabric and then incorporated into a fabric collage.

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Diane Nunez

Diane Nunez    •   SPUN More Info   

Hand dyed cotton fabric, aluminum rods, grommets, o-rings. Whole cloth quilted and assembled.

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Mary Olivea

Mary Olivea    •   Blue Agave More Info   

I used a photo of my lead agave plant that came out of the camera as presented. I fussy cut and fused the photo to quilted black fabric.

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Ruth Anne Olson

Ruth Anne Olson    •   Scorpio #1 More Info   
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Gale Oppenheim-Pietrzak

Gale Oppenheim-Pietrzak    •   A Folk Art Fall More Info   

I used commercial fabrics, yarn, and hand dyed fabrics to layer and machine applique my autumn design.

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Denise Paglio

Denise Paglio    •   Rainbow Connection More Info   

Pieced top with machine quilting. Size: 11.24 x 10.75 inches. 

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Cindy Parry

Cindy Parry    •   Don't Fence Me In More Info   

Commercial cottons, ink, fusible applique, couching, and tulle.

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Claire Passmore

Claire Passmore    •   Adolescence More Info   

Cotton fabric painted with Derwent Inktense Pencils.

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Geri Patterson Kutras

Geri Patterson Kutras    •   Abstract Afternoon More Info   

Free cut motif, machine appliquéd using commercial cotton fabrics. Buttons were sewn on for added visual interest and texture.  

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Judith Pauly-Bender

Judith Pauly-Bender    •   Full Nest More Info   

Ethnic hand printed fabric, plaited, gauze, hemp, threads, silk cocoons, and hand-decorated cords. Quilted.

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Pat Pauly

Pat Pauly    •   Mini Boom More Info   

Artist made fabric that is screen printed and directly painted, pieced cotton. Machine quilted.

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Carrie Payne

Carrie Payne    •   Brave Enough More Info   

The background is constructed from several quilted scraps trimmed from past pieces and carefully arranged to create a magical forest scene. A red-headed princess in a green silk ball gown is appliqued on the background. The ball gown was created twice, once flat for the initial applique and a second time as half of a couture dress with a layer of chiffon to give the dress dimension.    

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Pat Pease

Pat Pease    •   Black & White & Red All Over More Info   

Cotton, linen, silk, and tulle. Machine string-pieced and quilted, with linen and tulle layers.

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Michelle Perkins

Michelle Perkins    •   Morning Glow in the Forest More Info   

I love to paint trees. I painted morning glow in the forest on white fabric using Pro Fab transparent paint. I combine a variety of colors on the trees with the brightest colors depicting the morning light from the right. I appliqued the trees to commercial fabric for the sky and added the grass along with a few branches and other small plants.

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Fabienne Peter-Contesse

Fabienne Peter-Contesse    •   Stones II More Info   

Hand dyed, reclaimed fabrics, and dupioni silk with free motion quilting.

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Anna Marie Peterson

Anna Marie Peterson    •   Metallic Moth More Info   

Appliqued, couched, satin ribbon flowers, embroidered, and machine quilted. Made in 2007 when I was 90. I am now 101. Cotton, polyester fabric, fibers, and satin ribbon.

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Kathryn Pflaum

Kathryn Pflaum    •   Pretty in Pink More Info   

Commercial fabric background, silk and angora fibers for the color. I used silk fusion and stitching for the pink piece on top of black grunge fabric.

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Candice Phelan

Candice Phelan    •   Heart-Felt More Info   

A thread-painted heart floats on a quilted background, representing new scientific evidence that the heart, rather than the brain, actually controls human mindfulness, health, and wellness.

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Margaret Phillips

Margaret Phillips    •   Jane #1 More Info   

Cotton fabric, cotton batting, cotton and polyester threads. Machine appliqued and machine quilted. Image from my original drawing.

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Casey Pike

Casey Pike    •   Cosmos More Info   

Collaged appliqué on canvas using hand dyed fabric. Decoratively stitched and free motion quilted. 

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The Pixeladies

The Pixeladies    •   Apple Records More Info   

Digitally-printed cotton by artists using fiber reactive dyes, commercial cotton (back), and batting. Machine quilted. Before Apple there was Apple Records, founded by the fab four. Their first album released under that label was Magical Mystery Tour (1967). Their music was and still is magic. 

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Debbie Plett

Debbie Plett    •   Long Exposure More Info   

I tried my hand at curved piecing with cotton wherein I did a clean edge (turned under and top stitched) applique. I then played with and used several fancy stitches on my Janome 7700 domestic machine, using cotton, rayon, and polyester threads. Couching, bead work, and hand embroidery add further embellishment. 

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Patricia Porter

Patricia Porter    •   Sweet Peas More Info   

A design of brightly colored sweet peas with brightly colored rough burlap and soft cheese cloth.

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Tracy Potter

Tracy Potter    •   Songbird More Info   

Commercial batik, vintage doily, ink, fabric dye, beads, and perle cotton. Gel medium transfer, inked details, dyed doily, hand stitched, and machine quilted. 

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Ruth Powers

Ruth Powers    •   Grandpa's Barn More Info   

100% cotton commercial prints. Machine pieced and free motion machine quilted.

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Christine Predd

Christine Predd    •   Balmy Day by the Bay More Info   

Cotton fabrics, thread, batting, and acrylic paint. Machine quilted then painted and appliquéd. 

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Heather Pregger

Heather Pregger    •   Singing the Blues (Tuning Fork #47) More Info   

Improvisationally pieced using commercial cotton fabrics and fabrics hand-dyed by the artist.

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Char Punke

Char Punke    •   All Squared Up More Info   

This piece is made with cotton fabrics which have been pieced in the log cabin design, randomly set with small solid squares and quilted.

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Gail Ramsay

Gail Ramsay    •   Beach House More Info   

Cottons and tea-dyed fabrics, lace. Fused and machine quilted. Embellished with colored pencils.

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Margaret Ramsay

Margaret Ramsay    •   Breakwaters at Reculver More Info   

Photo of large acrylic painting on collaged background printed on Jacquard Inkjet cotton sheets. Combined with African batik and machine quilted. 

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Sue Rasmussen

Sue Rasmussen    •   L'Oiseau de Printemps More Info   

Selvage strip background, painted canvas bird, and cotton batting. Machine quilted with Aurifil threads.

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Dorothy Raymond

Dorothy Raymond    •   Silver Tree More Info   

A tree doodle evolved into a stylized tree, based on memories of ice glistening on a leafless tree. Appliqued onto a pieced background, embellished with hand and machine embroidery. 

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Katherine Reader

Katherine Reader    •   Decidedly Deco #1 More Info   

Commercial cottons, lame, silk organza, and cording. Machine work with the exception of hand couching of the cord and attaching of the binding, label, and sleeve. Inspired by Art Deco metalwork.

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Wen Redmond

Wen Redmond    •   The Opening More Info   

Images are printed onto inkjet treated natural textiles and other surfaces, combining painting and digital media into a one of a kind artwork. Creatively stitched. This was published in my book- Digital Fiber Art: Combine Photos & Fabric - Create Your Own Mixed-Media Masterpiece.  

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Beth and Trevor Reid

Beth and Trevor Reid    •   Xanthorrhoea Australis - Australian Grass Tree More Info   

Raw edge applique, free motion machine quilted and embroidered. All cotton fabric, cotton thread, 60/40 wool polyester batting.

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Sue Reid

Sue Reid    •   And the Wheels Go Round #2 More Info   

Whole cloth acrylic painted, machine embroidery.

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Jean Renli Jurgenson

Jean Renli Jurgenson    •   Aging Beautifully More Info   

Based on a photo of a wall in Gruen, Texas. The wall is painted with acrylic paint and fused to background of commercial cotton. Machine quilted. 

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Sue Reno

Sue Reno    •   Halcyon Days More Info   

Wet process cyanotype print on cotton, hand-painted fabrics, stitching.

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Martha Ressler

Martha Ressler    •   Forsythia: A Blaze of Fire from the Still Cold Earth More Info   

Photo transfer using transfer film, cotton cloth, hand embroidery, and machine quilting.

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Janett Rice

Janett Rice    •   Feathers From Friends More Info   

Commercial fabrics combined with feathers found in the grass, ombre fabric textured to create 3rd dimension, lightly quilted by hand using embroidery floss.

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Nancy Riemersma

Nancy Riemersma    •   Sun Kissed More Info   

Cotton fabrics, batting, and threads. Raw edge appliqued, stitched, and quilted.

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Sue Rienzo

Sue Rienzo    •   Always More Info   

Fused, modern Broderie Perse, free motion quilted. 100% cotton fabrics and batting.  

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Linda Riesterer

Linda Riesterer    •   Frolic More Info   

Wholecloth, hand embroidered.

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Shoshi Rimer

Shoshi Rimer    •   Abstract no. 6 More Info   

Painted whole cloth cotton fabric, dyed batting, applique, hand embroidery, and beads. Machine quilted. I was intrigued by the shapes I managed to get when painting free hand on a white fabric. I free-hand cut shapes and appliqued them, then added embroidery. It was so fun to make.

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Carmen Rinehart

Carmen Rinehart    •   Cosmic Wonders More Info   

Fused appliqué, commercial fabric, and fibers.

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Cristina Robbiani

Cristina Robbiani    •   Shibori my love Nr. 2 More Info   

Hand-dyed cotton fabric, result of an extraordinary Indigo class with Akifumi Takeshita in Milan, Italy. Shibori technique, quilted by Bernina machine.

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June Robertson

June Robertson    •   hand-i-work More Info   

Deconstructed/breakdown silk screen printing, thermofax printing, raw edge applique, free-motion quilting, and hand embroidery.

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Ruan Robertson

Ruan Robertson    •   Different Angles More Info   

Artist's hand dyed cotton, with commercial prints on back. Machine pieced and quilted.

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Annette Rogers

Annette Rogers    •   Sunflower More Info   

Digital manipulation of original photo, printed on satin fabric. Thread painted with rayon threads.

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Connie Rohman

Connie Rohman    •   "The Truth Matters" Shorthand Series More Info   

Materials: Ethically sourced batik from Ghana, dupioni silk, thread, artist dyed cotton, cotton batting. Techniques: Reverse applique, hand guided machine quilting. 

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Lorraine Roy

Lorraine Roy    •   Heartwood #10 More Info   

Machine raw edge applique, embroidery and quilting cotton, linen, sheers, and cotton batting.

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Laurie Russman

Laurie Russman    •   Storm Alert! More Info   

Silk/cotton blend and hand-dyed cotton, Aurifil thread. Raw-edge appliquéd with MistyFuse and machine quilted.

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Nancy Ryan

Nancy Ryan    •   Aspen Grove More Info   

Aspen Grove was created using an impressionistic technique of chopping and slicing fabric, then scattering it on batting and covering it with a netting. Machine quilted with specialty threads to give interest and depth.

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Harriett Rynberk

Harriett Rynberk    •   Wine Barrels of Niagara More Info   

Tea dyed cotton, coffee filters, Perle cotton, decorative stones, hand and machine stitching.

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Ann Sanderson

Ann Sanderson    •   Sand Dollar Adrift More Info   

Hand painted, printed, and silk screened fabrics. Free motion machine quilted with variegated thread.  

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Katie Stein Sather

Katie Stein Sather    •   Tiny Voices Grow More Info   

Hand lettering, hand stitching.

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Jodi Scaltreto

Jodi Scaltreto    •   Bella More Info   

Thread painted dog from a photo of a friend's dog. Cotton background free motion thread painted and quilted.

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Helena Scheffer

Helena Scheffer    •   Blue Moon More Info   

Artist-dyed and commercial cottons and silks. Machine and hand stitched on acrylic-painted stretched canvas.

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Jeannette Schoennagel

Jeannette Schoennagel    •   Winter Shadows More Info   

Cottons, satin, organza and tulle. Raw edge appliqued and free motion machine quilted.  

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Stephanye Schuyler

Stephanye Schuyler    •   1/21/17:Explosion of Pussy Power More Info   

Raw edge applique, machine quilting and embroidery using thread, fabric, and sequins.

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Alison Schwabe

Alison Schwabe    •   Ebb and Flow 26 More Info   

Machine pieced freehand patchwork of cotton fabrics, polyester thread and batting; machine quilted with metallic thread.

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Ellen Schwark

Ellen Schwark    •   If I Could Dream A Nebula More Info   

I began with a 12 x 12 piece of white wool felt that I painted with Inktense blocks. I then arranged on it (not felted) hand-dyed, natural,  and commercially dyed wool roving. I then applied various colors of tulle to specific areas, covered all with a neutral tulle, then pinned and quilted the piece. I ended by applying beads and a backing.

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Mary Schwarzenberger

Mary Schwarzenberger    •   Confection! More Info   

Hand-dyed cotton with fabric manipulation techniques.

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Keats Scott

Keats Scott    •   Farmhouse in Provence More Info   

Based on Van Gogh`s Farmhouse in Provence. Raw edge fused applique, commercial and hand dyed fabrics, with painted highlights.

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Christine Seager

Christine Seager    •   Simply Grey with added Red More Info   

Artist dyed fabrics. Improvisationally cut and pieced. 

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Anne Severn

Anne Severn    •   Malachite and Azurite More Info   

Commercial cotton fabric, hand painted silk, acrylic paint, thread, and felt batting. Raw edge applique and stitching.

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Barbara Sferra

Barbara Sferra    •   Sunrise More Info   

Small quilted circles constructed with hand-dyed cotton fabric sewn on to a quilted backing.  

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Sara Sharp

Sara Sharp    •   Kilauea More Info   

This quilt, showing some of the eruptions taking place at the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, is made of fused machine applique of cotton batiks and satin fabrics. Thread painting and free motion quilting accents are machine stitched using rayon and monofilament threads. Wool batting is used and the binding is made from a fiery looking glittered red cotton.

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Diane Sheckells

Diane Sheckells    •   Poppy Persuasion More Info   

Indigo dyed and commercial fabrics. Appliqué and embroidery.

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Maria Shell

Maria Shell    •   Mini Haru More Info   

This is a mini version of the larger quilt HARU which is traveling with the SAQA exhibition Metamorphosis.

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Kristin Shields

Kristin Shields    •   Earl Grey in the Morning More Info   

Linen, silk, and cotton. Machine appliqued and machine quilted.

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Susan Shie

Susan Shie    •   Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite, et Sororite! More Info   

Freehand drawn on whole cloth white cotton fabric, brush painted with fabric paints. Mostly machine sewn. Fairfield's Nature-fil (bamboo-cotton) batting, Lunn Fabrics batik on the back and tiny border. One green temple buddha bead.

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Teresa Shippy

Teresa Shippy    •   Cool Beans More Info   

Hand-painted cotton canvas background. Raw-edge work using a wide variety of fabrics. Heavily enhanced with variegated cotton threads. 

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Candace Hackett Shively

Candace Hackett Shively    •   Red Dandelion More Info   

Commercial batik and cotton fabrics, cotton and polyester threads. Free motion quilted.

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Sandra Sider

Sandra Sider    •   Rose-colored Glasses More Info   

Cyanotype photos by artist, sun-printed on various colors of cotton, pink organza overlay, turquoise pearl cotton top-stitching, thread with Dream Orient batting. Machine pieced, hand quilted, binding stitched by hand.

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Sue Siefkin

Sue Siefkin    •   When Pisces Picks Purple More Info   

Inked image, raw edge fused applique, couched chenille yarn, free motion quilted.

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Martha Sielman

Martha Sielman    •   Joyful Color More Info   

Pieced Dupioni silk, perle cotton stitching.

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Carolyn Skei

Carolyn Skei    •   Prickly Pear Fantasy More Info   

Solid-colored commercial cottons are fused and stitched into a vivid textile collage. The design began with Carolyn’s own oil pastel drawing of prickly pear cactus, which was then abstracted on her iPad. After that, the quilt was a many-pieced puzzle to solve in fabric and, finally, to embellish with playful machine stitching.

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Annie Smith

Annie Smith    •   Rivers of Lava More Info   

Hand dyed and batik cottons, torn sari silk, perle cotton and polyester threads, glass beads. Machine quilted and hand stitched.

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Brenda Smith

Brenda Smith    •   January More Info   

Linen, cotton, and silk blend fabrics. Screen printed, machine appliqued, machine quilted.

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Brenda Gael Smith

Brenda Gael Smith    •   Banksia Duo More Info   

Cottons hand-dyed by the artist. Freeform piecing. Machine quilting.

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Lou Ann Smith

Lou Ann Smith    •   Arches 2 More Info   

Pieced commercial cotton.

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Sarah Ann Smith

Sarah Ann Smith    •   Blueberries and Birches More Info   

Artist-dyed cotton and commercial batiks, Mistyfuse adhesive web, wool-blend batting, textile paint, original thermofax screens, and trilobal polyester thread. Fused applique and intense machine quilting.   

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Susan Smith

Susan Smith    •   Night Reflections More Info   

My view of reflections on windows at sunset. Windows drawn on cotton background. Foil glue painted on windows. Silver and iridescent purple iron on foil sheets. I used a technique learned in a workshop with Colleen Wise. Quilted with Glitter thread from Superior Threads. Finished with facing and hanging sleeve.

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Sandy Snowden

Sandy Snowden    •   Ramshackle Homes More Info   

Fused raw edge reverse appliqué, machine quilting, cotton materials.

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Anne Solomon

Anne Solomon    •   What The World Needs Now More Info   

Appliqué and machine embroidery.

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Jennifer Solon

Jennifer Solon    •   City Square II More Info   

Mixed media collage with hand-dyed and screen-printed fabrics.

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Jan Soules

Jan Soules    •   Keep Dreaming More Info   

This is a mini landscape of a nearby wildlife sanctuary. It is composed of many hand dyed fabrics. It is pieced, then hand and machine quilted. I hope it takes you to a quiet place!

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Jeannie Sredl

Jeannie Sredl    •   Chartreuse and Aubergine Tree Study More Info   

Metallic fabric paint stamping and machine free motion embroidery with metallic and 12 weight cotton threads.

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Andra Stanton

Andra Stanton    •   Fading Memory More Info   

Discharged cotton background fabric, hand-dyed cotton fabric, and stabilizer.

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Linda Steele

Linda Steele    •   The Ibis More Info   

Fused applique, thread sketching, and hand embroidery. Machine quilted.

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Nancy Steidle

Nancy Steidle    •   Storm at Sea More Info   

Dupioni silk, organza, silk organza, tulle, various decorative threads, silk thread, glass beads. Machine quilted and hand beaded.

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Sandra Stephenson

Sandra Stephenson    •   The Times They Are A-Changing More Info   

Clock themed fabrics, pleated and sewn, with clock embellishments.

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Susan Stevenson

Susan Stevenson    •   Kansas Roadcut More Info   

Repurposed cotton sateen sheet samples. Machine quilted and embroidered.

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Judy Steward

Judy Steward    •   Serendipity More Info   

I used a commercial ombre fabric for all the components of the quilt. To soften the background, I placed hand dyed cheesecloth over it and scrunched it to give the look of the ground and some texture in the open space. I machine quilted with purple thread to add the swing's ropes and add interesting quilting detail to the piece.

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Jackie Stoaks

Jackie Stoaks    •   Let's Play More Info   

Commercial fabrics. Hand appliquéd.

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Linda Stokes

Linda Stokes    •   Graphic Flowers More Info   

Synthetic fabrics, dispersal dyed. Appliquéd, machine embroidered and quilted.

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Kathy Suprenant

Kathy Suprenant    •   #Me Too More Info   

Some hand-dyed fabric and thread. Hand-appliquéd and quilted.

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Linda Syverson Guild

Linda Syverson Guild    •   Vignette 1 More Info   

Cherrywood hand dyed fabric scraps with one batik. These fabrics are leftovers from previous projects and were pieced in an improvisational manner. 

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Mikiko Takase

Mikiko Takase    •   My Old Wedding Ring More Info   

This is my 35 year old wedding ring. Then, I could wear it on the fourth finger. Time has passed and now I can put it just in the middle of my pinky. My hands have worked a lot of life. 

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Tiziana Tateo

Tiziana Tateo    •   VITTORIO More Info   

Hand painted cotton, nylon organza, metal leaf, sizoflor. Free machine embroidery and quilting.

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Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor    •   Gems in the Garden More Info   

Hand dyed silk, machine quilted, and embellished with gems.

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Daphne Taylor

Daphne Taylor    •   Thread Drawing #1 More Info   

Linen, cotton fabric, cotton thread. Hand embroidered and hand quilted.

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Rhoda Taylor

Rhoda Taylor    •   Three Ova More Info   

Pieced commercial cotton fabric with artist ice dyed circles and panels, quilted by "stitching in the ditch".

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Sandra Teepen

Sandra Teepen    •   Pocket More Info   

Cotton fabric and batting. Paper with machine and hand sewing.

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Nan Thompson

Nan Thompson    •   Mother's Board More Info   

Motherboards stitched onto canvas, layered over batting, and sewn over stretcher bars.

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Daniela Tiger

Daniela Tiger    •   Balancing on a Thread More Info   

Dyes, thermofax screen printing, water soluble crayons, gold applique with MistyFuse. Free motion stitched and quilted.

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Judith Trager

Judith Trager    •   Full Moon in Fire Season More Info   

Cotton and Silk. Machine pieced and direct appliquéd. Machine quilted. 

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Gwyned Trefethen

Gwyned Trefethen    •   Sunrise Over Little Lake Butte des Morts #2 More Info   

Materials include a mix of commercial cottons, batiks, hand dyed fabrics, and photo transfer on cotton satin. Techniques included are foundation piecing, free motion quilting, and stitch in the ditch quilting.

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Barbara Triscari

Barbara Triscari    •   Hail 18! More Info   

Wholecloth toweling upcycled, thermofax screen rusted, hand inked with reclaimed printer ink and commercial ink, hand embroidered and quilted with hand dyed threads. The images are from photos taken of hail.  

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Candace Tucker

Candace Tucker    •   Second Time Around More Info   

An upcycled well worn vest too dear to get rid of...made of 100% cotton. Raw edged applique with a nature theme.

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Nancy Turbitt

Nancy Turbitt    •   Poppy More Info   

Silk taffeta, cotton batiks, and hand dyed fabrics. Fused appliqué, machine stitched, with button and bead embellishment. This work was cut down from an unfinished piece begun in 2005 and finally finished in May of 2018.

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Mary Ann Vaca-Lambert

Mary Ann Vaca-Lambert    •   Basket of Lemons More Info   

Inspiration: I have a lemon tree in my yard that is really more of a bush. Last year our sweet tree yielded over 200 lemons. When you have lemons, make lemon bread and lemonade. Techniques: Hand drawing and free motion quilting. Materials: Inktense pencils, textile medium, cotton fabric, thread, and batting.

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Maggie Vanderweit

Maggie Vanderweit    •   Let's Talk More Info   

Eco-dyed linen and commercial cottons printed with ink. Machine pieced and quilted.

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Mary Ann Van Soest

Mary Ann Van Soest    •   Midnight Riders More Info   

Hand painted background, silk scraps, beads, metallic thread, and commercial fabric. Fused and stitched.

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Lee Vause

Lee Vause    •   Mostly Serviettes More Info   

Paper serviettes were utilised by first creating a grid. When completed, this grid arrangement was distressed. The flowers from one of the same type of serviette was fussy cut and fused to some felt and free motion quilted. All pieces were then secured to a background serviette that had been fused to some fabric and batting. All elements were then simply quilted. 

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K. Velis Turan

K. Velis Turan    •   Wall Street Detail 1 More Info   

Materials: broadcloth, cotton fabric, MX dyes, textile paints, cotton and rayon thread, shrink plastic, and glass beads. Technique: screen printed, painted, machine embroidered, free motion quilted, and hand beaded.

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Susan Veness

Susan Veness    •   Under the Southern Cross More Info   

Ice dyed and commercial fabrics. Stamped, beaded, and hand embroidered with metallic and silk threads. Some machine quilting.

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Genevieve Verrier

Genevieve Verrier    •   Jardin a la Francaise More Info   

Teintures et rouille, broderies machine et applications de médiums, impressions pochoir Dying et rusty on coton, médiums and stencils. Rust dyed, stamped and stencilled with various media, machine embroidered, free motion stitched. 

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Anna Viadero

Anna Viadero    •   Buzz More Info   

Gelatin printed fabric, machine and hand stitching.

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Betsy Vinegrad

Betsy Vinegrad    •   Little Kites More Info   

Little kites was designed for a challenge to make a quilt using a block with only 3 lines. The blocks were set into an irregular grid making each block a different size. It was paper pieced and quilted on a domestic machine.

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Christine Vinh

Christine Vinh    •   Rice Fields from the Air More Info   

Center square made using Ricky Tims' blended convergence method with a hand dyed cotton fabric and embellished with hand stitching. This square was then added to background quilt square made with hand woven silk-cotton blend fabric from Viet Nam and a piece of hand woven hemp from a textile tour in Viet Nam which I painted. Additional hand stitching was used to finish the piece.

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Sandra Wagner

Sandra Wagner    •   Chris Crossing Africa More Info   

Cotton batik, black wool, African mud cloth, light batting, and brown variegated heavy thread. Hand stitched x's and machine quilted.

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Lisa Walton

Lisa Walton    •   Connections 1 More Info   

Hand dyed and painted fabric.

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Katie Walwyn

Katie Walwyn    •   Coy Koi More Info   

Fused appliqué, hand embroidered, and ink pencils. Machine quilted.

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Martha Warshaw

Martha Warshaw    •   Contiguous Gardens More Info   

Commercial, found, bleached, and injet printed fabrics. Pieced and embroidered. 

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Sylvia Weir

Sylvia Weir    •   Aunt Lucy More Info   

Vintage linen and hand embroidered linen doily with hand crocheted edging. Silk printed image of one of my ancestors colored with Colorhue dyes, and hand embroidered details of hat and blouse. Mounted on domestic muslin on canvas frame.

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Lynn Welsch

Lynn Welsch    •   High Mountain Meadow More Info   

Hand dyed and commercial cotton fabric, mono poly thread, and cotton batting. Fused, machine pieced, appliqued, and quilted.

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Rochelle Wiese

Rochelle Wiese    •   Funky Flowers More Info   

Reverse machine appliqued.

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Roberta Price Willet

Roberta Price Willet    •   Falling Petals More Info   

Piecing, painting, and love.

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Eileen Williams

Eileen Williams    •   Night Dive II More Info   

Raw edge applique with hand guided machine quilting. Batik fabric, plastic onion bags, angelina fibers, stamped, shiva paint sticks, and embellished with found shell fragments, beads and nautilus shell charm.

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Jenny Williams

Jenny Williams    •   Sunset at Long Beach More Info   

Merino wool, silk pieces, and thread. Hand and machine needle felted. Free motion machine embroidered.

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Libby Williamson

Libby Williamson    •   Tea Bag Rebound More Info   

16 recycled tea bags, each layered with an assortment of hand-painted fabrics, upholstery fabric, silk sheers, and color catcher paper. The individual pieces were free-motion quilted, enhanced with hand stitching, and then appliquéd onto a canvas substrate. 

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Marianne Williamson

Marianne Williamson    •   Autumn More Info   

Raw edge applique with free motion quilting using Thai silk and hand dyed fabrics.

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Sue Willows Raznikov

Sue Willows Raznikov    •   I have a crush on you, RBG More Info   

I enjoy the process of studying the subject (in this case RBG), before assembling and quilting using my own cyanotype fabric along with RBG quotes printed on fabric via an inkjet printer or by hand. Using a courthouse motif, I assembled, quilted, and included a transparency of Justice Ginsberg. 

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Hope Wilmarth

Hope Wilmarth    •   Moon-Bitten, August 21, 2017 More Info   

This image was taken by my cell phone held up to a telescope during the total solar eclipse on 8/21/17. It was then posterized in Photoshop, custom printed on cloth, and finally, machine quilted. 

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Gisha Wogier

Gisha Wogier    •   Color Study #1 More Info   

Log cabin made of dyed and stamped fabric, and commercial fabrics. Fabric painted with thickened dye. 

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Martha Wolfe

Martha Wolfe    •   Wild Life: Quiet More Info   

Painted silk organza layered over pieced Japanese fabrics with raw-edge appliquéd commercial batiks. Machine quilted with variegated thread and hand embroidered with perle cotton.

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Dianne Miller Wolman

Dianne Miller Wolman    •   Dutch Caribbean More Info   

I used cotton fabrics, polyester batting, and various embroidery threads. It is machine pieced, hand embroidered and quilted, and mounted on a wood and canvas stretcher frame.

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Susan Auden Wood

Susan Auden Wood    •   Desert Lights II More Info   

Curved piecing, hand stitched embellishment with raw edge applique and beading.

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Nancy Woods

Nancy Woods    •   Summer on My Mind More Info   

Improvisationally pieced using found silks. 

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April Works

April Works    •   Gathering More Info   

Fabric, batting, and thread.

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Diane Wright

Diane Wright    •   Cheeky Upstart More Info   

The background was dyed, over-dyed, rubbed, and stamped. Machine and hand stitched.

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Sally Wright

Sally Wright    •   Green Man II More Info   

Digital imagery printed on cotton fabric, fabric paint and markers, and wool batting. Free motion quilted with silk thread. 

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Nanette S. Zeller

Nanette S. Zeller    •   Collateral Damage More Info   

Digitally altered photograph of a monarch butterly printed on fabric transfer paper and fused to cotton fabric. Fused applique of butterfly wing and commercial cotton background fabric. Thread painted with cotton, metallic, and holographic threads. Eco-friendly cork fabric mounted on stiff interfacing.

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Charlotte Ziebarth

Charlotte Ziebarth    •   Rusting Away More Info   

Silk, cotton, polyester, paper, acrylic paint, and cotton batting. Raw edge appliqued and machine stitched with rayon and cotton threads.

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Heidi Zielinski

Heidi Zielinski    •   Ursa Major More Info   

Imitation "tooled" leather, silk, Osnaburg, and linen. Couched yarns and beads.  

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