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All quilts are 12" square, unless indicated otherwise. The stars indicate the number of years the artist has participated in the Benefit Auction. Click on the section to view all quilts available during the same bidding period. Note that sections may be reassigned before the start of the auction.

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Embellished Bloom - Nneka GambleEmbellished Bloom  •  Nneka Gamble     ★★★★
section 4

Textile paints and glue gel resist on PFD Kona cotton. Hand quilting/stitching, beads and sequins. It is backed with Peltex.

Woman of the Year 2014 - Bodil GardnerWoman of the Year 2014   •  Bodil Gardner      ★★★★ ★★★★
section 2

Recycled fabrics, raw-edge applique, closely zigzagged, lightly quilted.

Forest Floor - Bethany GarnerForest Floor   •  Bethany Garner      ★
section 3

An eclectic collection of fibre, threads, miscellaneous found objects and "forest floor" woodsy items, all tucked under a layer of toile, and hand stitched.


Serenity - Sandra GarnerSerenity   •  Sandra Garner      ★
section 1

Silk dupionni; machine applique, hand applique and hand embroidery.

 

Going, Going, Not Yet Gone - Janine GatesGoing, Going, Not Yet Gone   •  Janine Gates      ★
section 1

Silk and hand-dyed cotton, machine stitching.



Hidden From View - Leesa Zarinelli GawlikHidden From View   •  Leesa Zarinelli Gawlik      ★
section 2

Antique Italian silk - wax resist and monoprinting with textile pigments; repurposed kimono linings - dyed with fresh indigo and chestnut pericarps; photo transfer, monoprint adhered to Japanese paper; hand-dyed cotton, cotton batting, backing canvas painted with textile pigments; machine stitched.

November - Monique GilbertNovember   •  Monique Gilbert      ★★★★★★★★
section 4

Pieces of lace and different threads, covered with multicolor tulle;appliqued fabric gingko leaf; machine quilted.

Roses, Raven, Yin-Yang - Claire GimberRoses, Raven, Yin-Yang   •   Claire Gimber      ★★★★ 
section 2

Hand painted roses, sewing machine stitching, and hand stitching.

 

Crack Pots #3 - Helen GoddenCrack Pots #3   •  Helen Godden      ★
section 2

Painted on black cotton with acrylic metallic paint, then extreme free-motion machine quilted with metallic thread.

Paradise - Gwen GoepelParadise   •  Gwen Goepel      ★★★★ ★★★
section 4

Batik and commercial fabrics, cotton and rayon threads and Dream Green batting. Raw edge construction and densely machine quilted.

Yellow #4 - Michelle GoldsmithYellow #4   •  Michelle Goldsmith      ★
section 4

Commercial cotton, machine quilted then painted with acrylic paint.

Sea Ranch Reeds II - Sandi GoldsteinSea Ranch Reeds II   •  Sandi Goldstein      ★★
section 4

Cotton and silk; hand-dyed, arashi, screen printed and photo transfer.

Lipstick Chart - Cecília GonzálezLipstick Chart   •  Cecília González      ★★★★
section 3

Hand-dyed silk and silk velvet. Free-motion machine quilting.

Vistas #1 - Doria A. GoocherVistas #1   •  Doria A. Goocher      ★★★★★★★
section 4

Gold lame', hand-painted cottons, silks, hand-painted and torn paper, selvedges and netting. Machine quilted with various threads.

Celebration - Julia GraberCelebration   •  Julia Graber      ★
section 1

Commercial cotton fabrics cut and fused to cotton background. Heavily quilted with Superior Threads' Fantastico polyester thread.

Rebirth - Leigh GrahamRebirth   •  Leigh Graham      ★
section 3

Hand-painted silk, cotton batiks, cotton batting.

 

Eye of the Crow - Terry GrantEye of the Crow   •  Terry Grant      ★★★
section 2

Fused applique, hand-painted fabrics and painted dots.

 

Hope...is the Thing with Feathers - Sonia GrasvikHope...is the Thing with Feathers   •  Sonia Grasvik      ★★★★
section 3

Commercial and hand-dyed cottons, cotton ravelings, silk thread. Photo transfer, thread painted, appliqued and free motion quilted.

How Does My Garden Grow? - Mary GreenHow Does My Garden Grow?   •  Mary Green      ★★★
section 3

Hand-painted background, buttons, beads, painted Tyvek, fiber embellishment, and hand embroidery.

Serenity Garden - Jean GrimesSerenity Garden   •  Jean Grimes      ★★
section 2

Hand-painted fabric was stenciled with spray ink; circle pieced in center. Floral and straight-line quilting with silk thread.

 

Surfside - Cindy GrisdelaSurfside   •  Cindy Grisdela      ★★★★
section 4

Purchased hand-dyed fabric. Improvisational design. Free-motion stitched with variegated thread.

Internal Structure - Ann GrundlerInternal Structure   •  Ann Grundler      ★★★
section 1

Cotton batiks, pieced, quilted, wool batting

 
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Feathers; Pied Cockatiel - Julie HaddrickFeathers; Pied Cockatiel   •  Julie Haddrick      ★
section 3

100% cotton whole-cloth rust-dyed fabric, silk-screen printed, hand coloured, and machine stitched. Binding hand-dyed silk. Machine quilted.


Appalachian Onion Snow - Susan HaftelAppalachian Onion Snow   •  Susan Haftel      ★
section 3

Pieced commercial quilting cottons, embellished organza and tulles, hot-fix crystals, raw-edge applique, acrylic paint, seed beads. Quilt has been faced rather than bound. Machine quilted.

Blueberry Fields #2  - Christine Hager-BraunBlueberry Fields #2    •  Christine Hager-Braun      ★
section 2

Free-form cut batik fabrics, machine-pieced, machine-quilted, couched yarns, tulle and organza.

 

The Secret - Betty HahnThe Secret   •  Betty Hahn      ★★★★
section 4

Acrylic painting on canvas, cotton batt, cotton hand-dyed back, machine quilted.

Crosscurrent - Pam HansenCrosscurrent   •  Pam Hansen      ★
section 2

A stitched college of narrow fabric strips cut from dupioni silk and hand-dyed cotton. Embellished with metallic threads and beads.

Forever Car Ride - Phillida HargreavesForever Car Ride   •  Phillida Hargreaves      ★★★★
section 1

Painted baby wipes and dryer clothes on black and metallic background. Gold coloured beads and chains, and white handmade paper.

 

Feather Duster - Bev HaringFeather Duster   •  Bev Haring      ★★
section 3

Cotton fabrics, hand appliqued, machine quilted and thread painted.

 

Ancient History - Belinda HartAncient History   •  Belinda Hart      ★★★★
section 4

Hand-dyed, painted and printed cotton; silk and silk organza; drawn, painted, faux-aged and stitched. Drawing depicts an Egyptian sculpture on exhibit in The British Museum in London.

Decomposition - Jane HartfieldDecomposition   •  Jane Hartfield      ★
section 4

Deconstructed screen print with thickened dyes on cotton, accented with paint and ink. Machine quilted; applique. The edges are finished with silk sari ribbon.

Elusive Blue Iguana - Jane HaworthElusive Blue Iguana   •  Jane Haworth      ★
section 4

Raw edge collage applique technique and quilted free motion.

Red Sky - Jim HayRed Sky   •  Jim Hay      ★★★
section 3

Machine-sewn cloth collage, signed in ink; "hanko" says Jim Hay in kanji.

 

Sea Beads - Ginnie HebertSea Beads   •  Ginnie Hebert      ★★★
section 3

Artist-created cotton fabrics: hand-dyed, hand-painted, printed. Machine pieced and appliqued. Machine quilted.

Town Clock - Dorothy Heidemann-NelsonTown Clock   •  Dorothy Heidemann-Nelson      ★
section 4

Painted with Dye-Na-Flow on Hoffman PFD fabric; machine quilted/appliqued onto a Damask napkin dyed with Procion MX and overpainted with additional Dye-Na-Flow.

Desde Mi Ventana (From My Window) - Georgia HellerDesde Mi Ventana (From My Window)   •  Georgia Heller      ★★★
section 4

Photograph enhanced with Photoshop, then printed on cotton, enhanced with inks and thread painting. Machine quilted.

Solstice - Annie Helmericks-LouderSolstice   •  Annie Helmericks-Louder      ★★★★
section 3

Handmade and manipulated commercial cottons, silks. Beaded, embroideried, hand quilted.

Blue Dahlia - Mary Ellen HeusBlue Dahlia   •  Mary Ellen Heus      ★★★
section 2

The background is hand-dyed cotton and commercial silks, fused. The blue dahlia is Polyneon thread, and the leaves are Isacord polyester. Laura Wasilowski's hand-dyed perle cotton frames the piece.

Community?? - Sharon HightowerCommunity??   •  Sharon Hightower      ★
section 3

Commercial cottons and tulle. Fused, raw-edge applique, machine quilted.



On the Grid - Jaynie HimslOn the Grid   •  Jaynie Himsl      ★★★★
section 2

Cording made with crochet cotton, embroidery floss and yarn couched to a base. Oil pastels used for enhancement.

Potting Shed - Elizabeth Hoadley-MaidmentPotting Shed   •  Elizabeth Hoadley-Maidment      ★
section 3

Black monoprint on white fabric. Coloured with chromacoal. Free-machine quilted.

Celebrate! - Jill P HoddickCelebrate!   •  Jill P Hoddick      ★★★★★★★
section 1

Commercial fabrics, fused, and quilted

Ferns and Violets - Lois Wilby HooperFerns and Violets   •  Lois Wilby Hooper      ★★★★
section 3

Lumiere painted grid, ferns and flowers painted with acrylic and alcohol inks and attached with free motion stitching, 3D violets with beaded centres, couched eyelash yarn grasses, stamped and stitched background flowers.

Hot Stuff - Ruby HoranskyHot Stuff   •  Ruby Horansky      ★★★★★★
section 4

Raw-edge applique, machine pieced and quilted, fused.

Flower Girl Selfie - Peggy Blei HrachoFlower Girl Selfie   •  Peggy Blei Hracho      ★
section 1

Resist dye on cotton, worn fabrics. Isocord thread, free-motion drawing/painting, hand stitching, DMC floss.

 

Sisters of the Sceptred Isle - Sally HutsonSisters of the Sceptred Isle   •  Sally Hutson      ★★
section 2

Linen, silk, cotton; all hand-dyed. Transfer printed images on fabric from original photographs. Raw-edge applique. Free-motion quilted.
12.5 x 13 inches

Apaca Copper - Debo HysackApaca Copper   •  Debo Hysack      ★
section 1

Multiple mono-printed and painted fabric pieces, apaca fibers, and a small piece of copper colored metal



Bubbles and Stripes - Ivy JensenBubbles and Stripes   •  Ivy Jensen      ★★
section 4

Fabric bonded to the background; machine quilted in irregular vertical lines following the stripes in the fabric.

Tree - Janice JonesTree   •  Janice Jones      ★★★
section 3

Hand-dyed fabric accent; onion bag and found feather. Machine stitched and quilted with thread painted elements. Has hanging sleeve, dowel and wire for hanging.  12 x 13 inches

Leaf 1 - Jean Renli JurgensonLeaf 1   •  Jean Renli Jurgenson      ★★★★
section 2

Commercial cotton fabric, with accent and side bindings of silk. Raw-edge reverse machine applique of background and leaf shapes with accent lines showing.

 
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Gaash Beach - Bella KaplanGaash Beach   •  Bella Kaplan      ★
section 2

Cotton and silk fabric, hand dyed by the artist, batik, polyester, free cutting, fusing, machine quilting.

Sunset - Sara KellySunset   •  Sara Kelly      ★★★★ ★★
section 4

Narrow strips of 40 different fabrics seamed onto batting and backing.

Waiting for Spring - C.S. KendrickWaiting for Spring   •  C.S. Kendrick      ★
section 2

Hand appliqued, hand quilted block using the Hawaiian hand-quilting technique. Artist used leaves from her New Mexico garden to make the applique pattern.

Spring Beauties - Michele O'Neil KincaidSpring Beauties   •  Michele O'Neil Kincaid      ★★
section 3

Trapunto and hand-colored trio of Lady Slipper flowers on linen. Cotton, rayon and monofilament quilting threads. Colored with colored pencils and markers.

Asian Moons - Cuauhtémoc KishAsian Moons   •  Cuauhtémoc Kish      ★
section 2

Silks and cottons, hand and machine (straight-line and free motion) quilting.

Sing Praise - Suzanne KistlerSing Praise   •  Suzanne Kistler      ★★★
section 2

Machine-pieced background, hand appliqued/hand embroidered bird. Machine quilted. Hand beading.

 

Line Study - Pamela Price KlebaumLine Study   •  Pamela Price Klebaum      ★★★★ ★★★
section 3

Double-sided quilt, attached to a gallery-wrapped stretcher with archival tape, for display of either side. The textiles were created from photos of artist's art glass work. View other side


Round the Bend - Catherine KleemanRound the Bend   •  Catherine Kleeman      ★★★★★★★★
section 2

Artist dyed and painted cotton fabrics. Raw-edge applique, machine stitched and quilted, hand embroidery.

 

Reflection at Sunset - Sherry Davis KleinmanReflection at Sunset   •  Sherry Davis Kleinman      ★★★★ ★★★
section 4

Digitally manipulated photo to look like a wood block print. Image was then printed onto cotton. Machine and hand stitching with cotton threads.

Golden Dreams - Mirka KnasterGolden Dreams   •  Mirka Knaster      ★
section 3

Japanese, batik, and other cottons, along with mixed-fiber design samples; machine pieced, appliqued and quilted.

In Town II - Brigitte KoppIn Town II   •  Brigitte Kopp      ★
section 1

Cotton, silk, "ropes," threads. Artist's technique with inserted "ropes," sewn directly on batting/backing. All the figures are "drawn" with thread.

 

The Race - Gail KotowskiThe Race   •  Gail Kotowski      ★★★★ 
section 3

Using all commercial pieces and a variation of Jo Diggs' technique; inspired by racing on Long Island Sound.

Polkadot Moon - Paula KovarikPolkadot Moon   •  Paula Kovarik      ★
section 3

Found cloth, hand dyed. Hand and free-motion machine quilting.


Printed (18) - Lynn KrawczykPrinted (18)   •  Lynn Krawczyk      ★★
section 2

Hand printed and hand stitched. Monoprinting, paint drawing/writing, thermofax screen printing.

Summer Winds on the Llano - Ellie KreneckSummer Winds on the Llano   •  Ellie Kreneck      ★★★★★★
section 3

Commercial fabric, machine pieced; fabric with hand-drawn designs, painted with fiber reactive dyes, then steamed and appliqued by hand stitching. Machine and hand quilting.

Sweet Bloom I - Pat KrothSweet Bloom I   •  Pat Kroth      ★★★
section 2

Mixed content fiber fragments,candy wrappers, rick-rack, polyester tulle, netting, vegetable bags, buttons. Hand-dyeing, collage, heat-bonded applique, sheer overlays, trapped threads, machine stitching.

Cherry Hill Cottage - Karol KusmaulCherry Hill Cottage   •  Karol Kusmaul      ★★
section 3

Repurposed and commercial fabrics. Raw-edge hand applique, hand quilted.

 
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Floating Bridges 1 - Linda LairdFloating Bridges 1   •  Linda Laird      ★★★★
section 2

Commercial cottons; cotton crochet thread, and pearl cotton thread. Machine piecing; hand-embroidery; hand-quilting. Mounted on form core and wooden block for hanging.


Wild Flower - Jennifer LandauWild Flower   •  Jennifer Landau     ★
section 1

'Wild Flower' uses "knit felt" -- knitting which has been shrunk -- as a key design element. First with wet-in-wet dye and then masked stenciling, a the flower emerged from the Japanese kimono fabric background. Edging is felted scraps from a commissioned "chicken" theater costume.

Nocturnal Study - Judy LangilleNocturnal Study   •  Judy Langille      ★★★
section 1

Black silk noil shibori discharged with thiox. French knotted.

 

Busted - Cat LarreaBusted   •  Cat Larrea      ★★★★★★★
section 2

Dye-thickened screen print on hand dyed cotton; raw-edge appliqued raven. Sections were pieced together then quilted, including title and story lettering.

 

Keeping Up Appearances #7 - Carol LarsonKeeping Up Appearances #7   •  Carol Larson      ★★★★ ★★★★
section 3

Vintage British Isles linen dishtowel, dye-painted and screen-printed with text from 1954 book of etiquette; hand-marbled, dye-painted, screen-printed strips, fused and machine stitched

Lone Harbor - Mickey LawlerLone Harbor   •  Mickey Lawler      ★
section 1

Cotton fabric hand-painted by the artist; machine pieced; fused; machine quilted.


Texture Exercise Two - Michele LeaTexture Exercise Two   •  Michele Lea      ★★★★
section 4

Applique, geometric shapes of different hues of beige using a variety of textured fabric. Decorative and hand stitching with beads, fresh water pearl embellishment and fabric markers.

Sixteen Shades of Blue - Kathy Angel LeeSixteen Shades of Blue   •  Kathy Angel Lee      ★★★★ ★★★
section 2

Sixteen cotton or linen squares. Each square is individually quilted. Entire piece bound by white piping and blue binding.

Shapes 19 - Uta LenkShapes 19   •  Uta Lenk      ★★★★
section 1

Hand-dyed fabrics, slightly irregular circles and squares appliqued to front with raw edges

 

Life's Race Well Run - Susan LenzLife's Race Well Run   •  Susan Lenz      ★★★★
section 2

Crayon on fabric grave rubbing, with both self-guided, free-motion machine embroidery and hand stitching. Vintage linens and buttons salvaged from the former South Carolina State Mental Hospital.

Wings of Plume - Lisette LeveilleWings of Plume   •  Lisette Leveille      ★
section 4

Background fabric is made with sun-printing with setacolor and feathers, and over-stitched using Zen Doodle techniques.

My Family Teapot - Cynthia LevisMy Family Teapot   •  Cynthia Levis      ★
section 1

Commercial fabrics, cotton batting, cotton thread. Raw edge applique. Metal and ceramic embellishments. Free-motion quilting. Metal slat for hanging.

 

Beyond Words (Mini) - Viviana LombrozoBeyond Words (Mini)   •  Viviana Lombrozo      ★
section 1

Cotton fabric (commercial, hand painted, hand dyed). Machine pieced, appliqued, and quilted.

 

ARC III - Marya LoweARC III   •  Marya Lowe      ★★★★ ★★
section 1

Cotton, machine-pieced, machine-quilted. Color combination: Aqua, Rose, and Chartreuse...thus "ARC III".

Ocean Dream - Pam LoweOcean Dream   •  Pam Lowe      ★★★★ ★★
section 3

Cotton painted with MX dyes; hand stitched with 12wt cotton threads. Mounted on canvas.

Autumn Splendor - Andrea LuliakAutumn Splendor   •  Andrea Luliak      ★★★
section 2

Torn commercial fabric, raw-edge applique, woven fabric strips, beads, machine quilted.

 

In the Moment - Jenny K. LyonIn the Moment   •  Jenny K. Lyon      ★★★★
section 2

Two layers of poly sheer Misty fused together, hand dyed cotton, wool batting, silk/cotton top. Metallic, silk, poly threads. Free-motion quilted. Clear hanging system included [shown in image].

 
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Taamara - Maya MadhavanTaamara   •  Maya Madhavan      ★
section 3

Needle-turn stuffed applique for the lotus, with beading for water and the center of the flower.

untitled - Aimee Mahanuntitled   •  Aimee Mahan      ★
section 1

Collaged piece; hand painted, hand dyed and commercial fabrics. It is mono-printed, stamped and embellished with washers, beads, fibers and a tyvek bead.

 

Whirling - Jackie ManleyWhirling   •  Jackie Manley      ★★★
section 4

Over-dyed rayon, stenciled, stamped, foiled, beaded, machine quilted.


For the Love of Cookies - Judy ManleyFor the Love of Cookies   •  Judy Manley      ★★
section 3

Girl Scout badges and pins from a thrift store vest, machine stitched and quilted onto old denim. (The photo is the artist in 1948, off to her first Brownie meeting.)

 

Flywheel - Susan Purney MarkFlywheel   •  Susan Purney Mark      ★★★★
section 2

Soy wax resist and dye painted, machine quilted.

 

Portal # 8 - Valerie Maser-FlanaganPortal # 8   •  Valerie Maser-Flanagan      ★★★★
section 1

Hand-dyed cotton fabric, machine pieced and machine quilted.


Flowers - Katie Pasquini MasopustFlowers   •  Katie Pasquini Masopust      ★★★★★★★
section 3

Acrylic paintings, cut up and reconstructed. Machine quilted, and stretched on stretcher bars.

 

Kangaroo Paws - Susan MathewsKangaroo Paws   •  Susan Mathews      ★★★★
section 3

Shibori technique was used when Procion-dyeing the cotton fabric. Images of the Australian native plant, "kangaroo paws," were free-motion outlined using cotton thread, and then the background was densely free motion stitched.

Life is Good - Therese MayLife is Good   •  Therese May      ★★★★★★★★
section 2

Machine quilted and embellished with buttons, beads and paint. [Gray areas are shadows cast by the quilt.]

Red Circle - Sherri McCauleyRed Circle   •  Sherri McCauley      ★★★
section 3

Black and white paint applied directly, with serendipity, to white fabric. Machine quilting, and sheer appliques.

Whine and Cheese - Lea McComasWhine and Cheese   •  Lea McComas      ★★★
section 1

Fused raw-edge applique of commercial cotton fabrics with dense quilting.

My Three Sisters II - Lorie McCownMy Three Sisters II   •  Lorie McCown      ★
section 2

Hand-dyed and recycled fabric and fiber. Hand and machine appliqued, quilted and stitched. Hand embroidered. Ink, paint.



Aspens in the Fall - Marie McEachernAspens in the Fall   •  Marie McEachern      ★★
section 1

The tree trunks are from a photo transfer, enhanced with oil pastels and hand stitching. The leaves are fused both sides, and secured by the stem. Machine quilted.

Downunder Lotus - Robyn McGrathDownunder Lotus   •  Robyn McGrath      ★★
section 4

Background is ice dyed textured fabric. Printed water weeds, leaves and fish are of fused organzas and synthetics. Machine appliqued, embroidered and quilted.

Empty Nest Weirdness - Janice McKeehanEmpty Nest Weirdness   •  Janice McKeehan      ★★★★
section 3

Paper-pieced background; thread sketching with invisible and black thread in "nest/hole'; cording and jute for nest sticks, and hand stitching also around nest.

Leaf - Linda McLaughlinLeaf   •  Linda McLaughlin      ★★★★ ★★
section 2

Hand-dyed cotton fabric, leaf is hand-stitched with pearl cotton in a chain stitch; machine quilted.

 

Pink Peony Centre - Carolynn McMillanPink Peony Centre   •  Carolynn McMillan      ★★
section 1

Hand-dyed cottons, a bit of nylon organza, Steam-a-Seam and cotton batting.

Shear Delight No. 2 - Denise Oyama MillerShear Delight No. 2   •  Denise Oyama Miller      ★★★★ ★★★★
section 2

Mixed media using cotton fabric, sheer fabric, and paint. Heavily machine quilted. Edged with zig-zag stitch.

Palm Value Study - Diane MillerPalm Value Study   •  Diane Miller      ★★★★★★★
section 4

Commercial fabric; black and white value study of my original photo, printed on the label. Fused, straight and zig-zag stitching.

Gizeh - Dolores MillerGizeh   •  Dolores Miller      ★★★
section 4

Commercially printed, hand-dyed and hand-painted cotton fabric. Machine pieced, free-motion quilted.

Nerites Variations - Karen MillerNerites Variations   •  Karen Miller      ★
section 3

Stencil-dyed silk organza, inserted in center layer openings. Silk-screened with metallic paint and embellished with beads. The images come from tiny black and white snails, Nerites.

Yes! - Linda A. MillerYes!   •  Linda A. Miller      ★★★
section 2

Cotton: commercial and hand painted, machine pieced, machine quilted, hand embroidered.

American Lotus II Seed Pod - Judy MomenzadehAmerican Lotus II Seed Pod   •  Judy Momenzadeh      ★
section 3

Original digital image, raw edged applique, stamped with acrylic ink, free motion quilted, cotton fabrics.

 

Pathway to Imagination - Joanna MonroePathway to Imagination   •  Joanna Monroe      ★★★★★★★
section 4

Acrylics, Setacolor, Lumiere, canvas, cotton, perle cotton, ribbon, beads, Swarovski crystals.

Winston Buford - Jeannie Palmer MooreWinston Buford   •  Jeannie Palmer Moore      ★★★★
section 4

Pieced commercial fabrics with newspaper transfer, free-motion stitched.

Mountain Pass - Patti MorrisMountain Pass   •  Patti Morris      ★★
section 1

Lots of different thread-play designs and threads

 

Me, Me, Me. - Gillian MossMe, Me, Me.   •  Gillian Moss      ★★★
section 1

Mono-printed fabrics. Hand and machine stitched.

 

Pacific - Alison MuirPacific   •  Alison Muir      ★★★★★★★★
section 2

Silks; fused applique and machine stitched.

 

Open Sacral Center - Frances MurphyOpen Sacral Center   •  Frances Murphy      ★★
section 2

Commercial fabrics, fused and machine appliqued; machine quilted.


 

Impressions - Janet MyersImpressions   •  Janet Myers      ★★★★
section 2

Machine pieced, machine quilted, made with hand-dyed and deconstructed screen printed fabrics.

 

 


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