Quilt modernen

Enhance the aesthetic of your living space with modern quilt designs. Explore a collection of unique patterns and colors to create a contemporary look for your home.
The top half of the pin is a quilt with a black background and warped flying geese in columns. The geese move from yellow to orange, red, pink, and plum. Then there is the title text in white with a dark blue background and the bottom is a close up of a retro-styled quilt with pillars of various colors with a curved circular tops. The quilt has a dark blue background and red, yellow, blue, and teal elements. Maximalism, Quilt Show, Raleigh North Carolina, Quilt Guild, Modern Quilt, Small Quilts, Design Collection, Negative Space, Modern Quilts

Here are over 50 of my favorite quilts from QuiltCon 2024 in Raleigh, North Carolina, the national quilt show of the Modern Quilt Guild. There are quilts from all the catgories: Modern Traditionalism, Maximalism, Minimalism, Use of Negative Space, Improvisation, Applique, Handwork, Small Quilts, and Piecing. Check them out and let me know your favorite!

Pam Brooks
Convergence Quilts, Bargello Quilts, Quilt Modernen, Miniature Quilts, Strip Quilts, Contemporary Quilts, Panel Quilts, Quilting Techniques, Scrappy Quilts

Totally encouraged by the kind comments from Jo and Lizzie, I have fixed the bit that was wrong (inbetween other things...) and taken a photo of the square as should be! I even found time to blog about it now, rather than monday.. How is that for good intentions!! (Being up since 5.30am did help a little there too! It's amazing what you can get done with a little extra time!!) Ok... the workshop. We were making the basis for a convergence quilt, led by a lady who had the book by Ricky Timms…

Andrea Czaja
QuiltCon 2023 Quilt Highlights — Ben Millett Patchwork, Mandalas, Quiltcon 2023, Modern Quilting Designs, Modern Quilt Blocks, Improv Quilting, Quilt Modernen, String Quilt, Abstract Quilt

During QuiltCon 2020, I created a number of Instagram posts of quilts grouped by various topics. That process really helped me to think about how I was experiencing my first QuiltCon and the amazing wealth of quilts. But it also takes a lot more time and energy than I’ve had at QuiltCon 202

Barb McMahon