Drunkard’s Bullseye WOW! My enlarged version of Drunkard’s Bullseye (58×58″) from the challenge quilt:
Playing Well Together is the grand finale of my participation in the Modern Quilts Unlimited/Michael Miller Fabric “Everything Old is New Again” block and quilt challenge. The twelve traditional blocks were Flying Geese, Snail’s Trail, Card Trick, Bow Tie, Square in a square, Rail Fence, Lemoyne Star, Drunkard’s path, Sailboat, Ohio Star, Pinwheel, Jacob’s Ladder.
Wonky Stars and Strips, below, used improv stars set on point surrounded by strip sets. The sashing with the wonky stars was just the touch that really highlights the blocks. With the left overs, I pieced the panel for the back of the quilt.
Kate’s Modern Sampler, below.
Strip Tease, below, was started as the backing for Kate’s Modern Sampler, but I liked it so much I used it as a new quilt front. This was auctioned off at a charity for $800.
The wedding ring quilt, below, was inspired by Jacque Gehring’s Craftsy class. I added the triangles on the edges for a bit of a difference from the original. The bride and groom’s initials are set in relief in the intersecting area of the rings.
Above is improv pod wall hanging for my sister, Linda Nixon Urbanec.
I had the fabric for this yellow, blue, and white quilt for 2 years before I finally came up with the perfect design to highlight the fabrics. This was for my wonderful daughter-in-law, Kelly McGrew Fulton.
The baby quilt below started out as a disappearing nine patch and I really didn’t like it. So I just cut the blocks up even more and built wonky log cabin blocks. This was for my grand-nephew, Jack Johnston.