QAYG Gallery of Quilts








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12 comments:

  1. You have amazingly beautiful quilts that are so unique. I love your use of color.
    - Liz

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  2. I love, love your quilts and I want to learn how to fuse, but like you do. Can you recommend someplace to learn in the north Chicago area?
    Thank you
    Linda

    Lchin632@gmail.com

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  3. How do you plan to quilt your Scrappy Trip quilt top? I just made a similar wall hanging and wanted to do overall straight line quilt lines but wasn't sure how that would look.

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  4. Anonymous4:21 PM

    Not your grandmother's quilts.. and even more beautiful. Love the colours and how you are not afraid to use a little 'clash' when it's necessary...
    Fantastic!
    TEMA

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  5. These are fabulous! Love the bright bold colors and the wonderful ways you've arranged the blocks.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful quilts! Inspiration for a future project.

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  7. Your work is excellent. I love looking at it.

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  8. Anonymous10:38 AM

    I am so excited viewing your work. I would love to be near you and spend some time with you, seeing how you start your design, and each step thereafter. This is my style of piecing but sometimes don't know how to get started....I guess you call that frustration? fear? LOVE YOUR WORK! ErmaMae

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  9. Hi Melody, I am a jewellery designer out glassbeads and of handtatted lace, but a beginning quilter..;-)) just frist steps...
    Just came here by chance and have to say: your quilts are sooooo beautiful!!!!! I don't know the right words to express my feelings and impressions in english!
    Thanks for sharing your inspiring work with us!
    Best wishes Gunhild

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  10. Hi Melody,
    Just like everyone else here, I am thrilled looking at your unique designs and use of the bold, saturated colors. I've seen quite a few on Pinterest so your work is really getting around. Do you have a tutorial available on how you get started and then expand on your designs? Do you draw them out first or use a design wall and start building on it? Where do you get your fabulous saturated fabrics?

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  11. Oh my Gosh!! I just found your blog from a friend in Britain and I am in love with your quilts!!!!! I am just starting out doing improvisional quilting, what inpiration you provide! Love it!

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  12. I LOVE, love, love your vibrant-colored quilts. I'm absolutely drooling over them, especially the hot pinks & limes combinations. I'd be happy making any of them - but, of course, not the same (I never copy anything!). I'm currently trying to finish a QAYG project with twelve 9" blocks that I'm ready to sash for joining. I'm having trouble understanding the process, even though your tutorial explains it and your photos are clear. How do I machine stitch them on front & back and why are the strips different widths. Sorry to ask, but I can't figure this out. I think a video would be helpful, but maybe if you could explain your directions in an easier way, could work for me (and anyone else who's struggling with it). Thank you for posting this QAYG along with your stunning quilt gallery.

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