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You may never be involved in a quilt show other than as a participant.
But knowing what the experts look for in a quilt will help you evaluate your own work and others' with a more critical eye.
There is something about finishing your very own quilt...and the enthusiasm for the quilt as an art form.
But when it comes to judging a freshly stitched quilt, how do you spot a prize winner?
There is no accepted standards for judging quilts at the national level, and the judge's personal taste invariably has some bearing on the outcome.
All this leaves the evaluation process to general appearance, the design, and the quality of workmanship. That is why we need to know what the experts are looking for!
What better way to improve your workmanship than to display your quilts right here on our gallery page.
...especially if it is your first. We would love to include your quilt in our quilt display.
Quilting is a skill that is perpetual and will last forever or for a long time. The more quilts you quilt, the more you will quilt.
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Lone Star Eagle Quilt
Motivated by my 4 nephews who made Eagle Scout, I made this Eagle Star Quilt. Then being reminded of God's word, I embroidered the scripture in Isaiah …
This is a photo of my 3d Tumbling block quilt, took me around six months to make. It's very cold in Michigan, now I think I am ready for the lone star. …
Molly was my daughters special dog. When she passed we were all heartbroken. Some time later I was laid up with a broken ankle and off work. During …
I went to my lst quilt show in 1991 in Paducca Kentucky with my "boyfriends" mother. I saw a Cathederal Window quilt and fell in love with it. Mrs Henson …
Ladybug Wallhanging with Doll Quilt
I designed this wallhanging and matching doll quilt for my other great-niece and gave it to her for Christmas 2 years ago.
Noah and the Ark
Long before I really knew how to make a quilt I began embroidering the squares for this quilt 30 years ago when my oldest son was a baby. The squares …
This is the latest baby quilt I just completed for my newest Grand Baby who is soon to arrive. I enjoyed embroidering these coloring book images and I'm …
"Great Grandma Mamie's."
My sewing teacher at school kept telling me that I can't sew straight. Gosh darn it YES I can! Mom wouldn't let me touch anything but scraps until I …
Double Wedding Ring
I have always wanted to do this wallhanging. I took a class, however, the teacher was not that good when it came to teaching. I came home and tried to …
JENNY'S LOG CABIN BEDSPREAD
I've always loved log cabin and set out to make a queen sized quilt. As it grew and looked so good I decided to add sides and make the bedspread. It took …
Stars Over America
This quilt was designed by Jane Washington owner of "The Cherry Pit". All employees assisted in pieceing together the top, and Denise Waymire quilted it. …
This is a small investment on my part as I only have less than a week invested of my time and even less resources. I am so terribly proud of all our service …
I loved the dahlia pattern from the first time I saw a picture of it in a quilting magazine. Several years passed while I improved my skills in piecing …
Scob's UT Quilt
I like my quilt because I was born in Tennessee, and Eric Berry used to play for UT. Now he went to the pro's. I treasure the quilt because when I grow …
This quilt was a project made especially for my Granddaughter for a Birthday present. Kristi is 15 years old tomorrow and wanted something special from …
My Strip Quilt
This is a Christmas quilt I made for my granddaughter done in shades of orange's. She just painted her room and wanted all new accents to compliment her …
My sister and I went to the Paducah quilt show a year or so past and we raved over this quilt on display in the Hancock Fabric store. I just had to have …
Double Wedding Ring
Ah, the double wedding ring. It has been around since the beginning of time. Well Almost. But to see it is to make it. A favorite pastime for me was …
This quilt was design and created using my late husband's collection of Crown Royal bags, (you, know those beautiful purple flannel bags with the words …
Cutler Hall Ohio University 1804-2004
This picture of Cutler Hall was created from a photo used in the bicentennial celebration at Ohio University. My grandma helped me make this quilt which …
Cupcake Wallhanging & Doll Quilt Not rated yet
This was my first applique project. I made it from a pattern in the Simple Quilting magazine 2 years ago. When completed, I gave the wallhanging and …
New Zealand Stars Not rated yet
This is another quilt by Helen Sewell from Sevierville, TN. I have done several quilts for Helen and I enjoy quilting her quilt tops as she is an excellent …
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Quilt Designed by Alice
Recipient of QOV
Afghanistan War Veteran
Thanks for Your Sacrifice
Pattern Of Month - this quilt changes each month, so click on POM to see the currently featured quilt!
Alice, your quilts, to say the least, are a big hit; A HUGE HIT. My mother-in-law, Jeff's mom, was just floored, astounded, and delighted. I took all three quilts for my 67-year-old mother and almost 91-year-old grandmother to look at, both of whom have quilted before, and they were blown away.
They are particularly picky people, too. My grandmother kept saying, "I have never seen anything like this! She knows her stuff!” She even wanted me to take pictures of them to show the family at Easter. They are gorgeous and just so wonderful. That said, I think I am going to ask you to make ONE MORE QUILT for me. Thank you so much again. Website looks wonderful.
I am going to post the pictures on my FB this week along with your website info so people can contact you if they want a quilt too. I know I won't be the only one that will want one!
Thanks Again, Kim
Stars for the very BEST! Let's see you solve this puzzle..
I bought the pattern from you for the Alec's Civil War quilt and it is coming along great. But I have 1 question, did you quilt through the screen printed soldier pictures or just quilted around them. Thank You,
I saw on the yahoo group that you are going to post the pattern. Thanks!!! I really like your patterns. I have already printed out a couple of them.
This is like being in a candy shop for me. I love quilting, hand quilting that is, and I have looked every were for paterns and designs. Please send me a catalog or a way to order templates etc...Ruby
I am a beginning quilter and find your site great!
Thanks for a great website. Looking forward to the other Sunbonnet and Sam patterns. My youngest grandson is named Sam so that is my next quilt!
Gee, you really do answer all questions. The 8-point star pattern is great with very little hassles. Wish you had it sized for a full size bed. Sharon, Ohio
Judy from Tennessee says "I really enjoyed viewing your site and learned so much! Will definitely return to learn more.
Thank you for all the 'freebies'
Freda here, WOW! your site is a pleasure to browse through. Great tips...Keep them coming!
Let us all stand PROUD of the good ole USA!
48pc Classic Puzzle
Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful review and recommendation of our Universal Thread Holder and 'Easy Winder' bobbin winder. It is sew nice to be accepted and acknowledged by the Pro's in this industry.
Love the patterns, thank you so much!
Love your site! So informative! Rosalyn, South Carolina
I find your web site to be very informative...Thanks, Kristi
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