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Sarah Wertzberger designs and creates original blanket designs that would look just as good hanging on your wall as on your couch.
Yvonne Kingsley saved to Home*goods
Enjoy 15 of some of my favorite modern quilts from QuiltCon 2018 in Pasadena, California. All descriptions were written by the makers. Do you have a favorite quilt you s
Avanguardian saved to Шитьё Quilt
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Hidalgo - Royal - Pulp Design Studios for S Harris textiles. This embroidered linen is a modern deconstructed interpretation of traditional Otomi fabrics from the Mexican State of Hidalgo. Two different styles of stitching inspired by Mexican embroidery create a geometric statement using black, tan and royal blue.
Debby Katz Interiors saved to Fabric
House of Quinn textiles collections. Quilts, homewares, wall hangings and artworks. Made by hand in the UK.
Katie Francis saved to Sewing
The Australian textile designer creates print-to-order textiles inspired by Mexico out of her Spanish-style Richmond cottage!
Sepidehiranpoor saved to shal
I stumbled across Erin Wilson's work on Pinterest and it was love at first sight. I like all of her work, but her works on paper are the answer to so many questions I have about my voice in quilting. From her website: 8” x 10” paper dimensions 5” x 5” approximate artwork dimensions hand-dyed cottons pieced and stitched onto archival paper I loooooooove it. I love piecing. I love the art and architecture of piecing. But I haaaaaate the quilting part. This feels like such an elegant solution…
Each year, the Modern Quilt Guild curates a small selection of quilts from the show and creates the Best of QuiltCon Traveling Show. Last year I was honored to have my Cabana quilt included in the Best of QuiltCon show. (Did I mention that my quilts travel more than I do!) I was super excited to
Anne Perner saved to Quilts