The barrage of quilts continues! How wonderful! This is a large gallery of quilts, so I’m putting the information concerning the quilters and piecers at the top of this post, and detailed information about each quilt (e.g., Pantos) at the bottom. To see the quilters and piecers involved in each quilt, hover your cursor over the thumbnail to see the names. To see a closeup of the quilt, click on the thumbnail.
The Quilters are:
- Linda LaFleur, of Quilting Memories in Tucson, AZ.
- Marcel Miller, of Threadgoods Quilting. Marcel is the founder of Coastal Carolina Machine Quilters.
- Carla Triemer (me), of Quilts Beyond Borders, FL & IL. Member of the Northern Illinois LongArm Guild (NILAG) and the Pelican Piecemakers
- Sharon Mitchell of Lofty Quilts, Palatine, IL. Sharon is also a member of NILAG.
Among the Piecers are:
- Theola Breaux of Texas
- Carolyn Sower of Texas
- Samantha, age 12
- Hong Chang of Australia
- Marilyn Barba of Connecticut
- Brenda Barnett of IL.
All of the Piecers and Quilters are frequent contributors to QBB, and we appreciate your contributions very much! Note that we also have some that were done by “Anonymous Quilter”, an all-too-familiar sobriquet for the ladies who provide tops without labels or identifying information to us from time to time. If you recognize a top from the Anonymous Quilter, please tell us her name so we can give credit where credit is due. Now, here are the quilts!!
- Daisy Quilt: Quilted by Linda LaFleur. Top by Anonymous Piecer. Pantographs used were: 1) Donna Kleinke’s (onesongneedlearts) Baby Booties border; Dahlia block in blue blocks; Baby Bunny Frame 5 around the flowers.
- Close up of Daisy quilt
- Pink/blue baby quilt: Quilted by Linda LaFleur. Top by Theola Breaux. Pantograph used: Patricia Ritter’s (urbanelementz) Topiary Hearts panto
- Pink/blue baby quilt: Quilted by Linda LaFleur. Top by Theola Breaux. Pantograph used: Ellen Munnich’s (quiltrecipes) Sleeping Teddy panto.
- Orange Squares quilt: Quilted by Linda LaFleur. Top by Theola Braux. Pantograph used: Donna Kleinke’s Oak Leaves border 1.
- Green strip quilt: Quilted and pieced by Linda LaFleur. Pantographs used: Patricia Ritter’s Leap Frog panto and LilyPad border.
- Close up of Green strip quilt back.
- Panel Quilt: Quilted by Linda LaFleur. Pieced by Anonymous Piecer. Quilted by Patricia Ritter design called Honeysuckle border
- Modern Brick Quilt: Quilted by Marcel Miller, pieced by Anonymous Piecer.
- Green, Orange & Black Tulip Windowpane quilt: Quilted by Marcel Miller, pieced by Carolyn Sower.
- Football Quilt: Quilted by Marcel Miller, pieced by Samantha – who is 12 years old!
- 4” Square Scrap Quilt: Quilted by Carla Triemer, pieced by Carla and Brenda Barnett – from scraps and trimmings we received when quilters returned completed tops to us!
- Crumb Quilt by Carla Triemer and Brenda Barnett. This is another quilt we made with donated scraps. The technique we used was from Bonnie Hunter’s Quiltville blog, specifically on “Crumb Quilts”. http://quiltville.com/crumbs.shtml
- Black, Green and Blue Petunia Windowpane Quilt: Quilted by Carla Triemer, pieced by Carolyn Sower.
- 5” Square Scrap Quilt: Quilted by Carla Triemer, pieced by Marilyn Barba and Brenda Barnett.
- Another Crumb Quilt: Pieced and quilted by Carla Triemer
- Coffee Quilt: Quilted by Sharon Mitchell, pieced by Hong Chang. Sharon used an un-attributed panto which came with her Statler.
- Close up of Coffee Quilt.
- Alternating Windowpane Floral Quilt: Quilted by Sharon Mitchell, pieced by Hong Chang. Pantograph used: Butterflies and Flowers Panto 002 by Kimberlee Diamond, Sweet Dreams Studio
- Close up of Alternating Windowpane Floral Quilt. I love the details in the butterflies!
Thanks to all of the ladies involved in creating these lovely quilts. Several of them have given us permission to offer them for sale at Houston at the IQF. As we mentioned in an earlier post, when we sell a single quilt for fundraising we normally bring in enough cash to:
- pay excess baggage fees to get 40-50 quilts to orphans in Ethiopia; OR
- pay for backing and binding for 15 quilts; OR
- pay for postage to get 50 quilt tops to longarmers so they can be finished.
I know that the people who receive these quilts, whether they are purchased in Houston or whether we send them to children in Uganda (upcoming opportunity) or possibly on an American Indian Reservation here in the US (another potential opportunity), will enjoy these beautiful quilts.