This was done in a class with Sandy Bonsib, using her pattern. I just love the colors in this one. . . fresh and juicy!
This was one of the guild's challenge quilts. They had to use a particular fabric, and also had to re-work a traditional block pattern. I believe the challenge fabric is the red-orange in the upper right block.
This center panel is wool applique.
There were a lot of silks in this one. . . it just glowed.
Still Open to Discussion: Shark Teeth, Dinosaur Backs or Electric Storm by Elaine Colvin
I love the title of this quilt!
Do you ever go to a quilt show, and find that you're drawn to all the quilts by one particular person? That happens often to me, now that I'm making a point of noticing the names of the artists.
This quilt show had A LOT of chicken quilts. They even had a special section for most of them. Let me know by leaving a comment if you'd like to see the chicken quilts. . . I can do another post with them if enough people are interested. Personally,I liked the chicken quilts. They had a lot of whimsical humor in them. And I really like whimsical.