Monday, March 11, 2013

QuiltCon Virtual Quilt Show: Handwork

Welcome back to the QuiltCon Virtual Quilt Show. I hope you all had a good weekend. I was in Baltimore at a meeting, but got to spend time with good friends, so I'm tired but had a lot of fun. Now, back to the show. Today we're exploring the Handwork Category.

Title: Log Cabin Improv
Made and Quilted by Sherri Lynn Wood
Oakland, California, USA
Winner: First Place Large Quilts Handwork Category
Title: Modern Mini
Made and Quilted by Carolyn Braun
Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey, USA
Jersey Shore Modern Quilt Guild
Winner: First Place Small Quilts Handwork Category
Made and Quilted by Lindsay Stead
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Winner: Second Place Handwork Category
Winner: Judge's Choice
Title: Dark Star
Made by Maura Ambrose
Quilted by Juliet Gamarci
Austin, Texas, USA
Winner: Third Place Handwork Category
Title: Bohemian Confetti
Made and Quilted by Felicity Ronaghan
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild
Winner: Honorable Mention Handwork Category
Title: Chevron Improv
Made by Irelle Beatie
Quilted by Heidi Duryea
Santa Barbara, California, USA
Santa Barbara Modern Quilt Guild
Title: Modern Medallion
Made and Quilted by Rachel Hauser
Irmo, South Carolina, USA
Title: Arugh!
Made and Quilted by Lauren Hawley
Los Angeles, California, USA
Los Angeles Modern Quilt Guild
Title: Techno Flakes
Made and Quilted by Amy Ellis
Heber City, Utah, USA
Salt Lake City Modern Quilt Guild
Title: Curried Plums
Made and Quilted by Debbie Grifka
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Ann Arbor Modern Quilt Guild
Title: Disappearing Squares
Made and Quilted by Angela Welch
Columbus, Ohio, Canada
Columbus Modern Quilt Guild

**I have done my best to find links back to all of the artists but have been unable to find everyone. If you notice an incorrect or missing link please let me know the correct link and I will update immediately.**


  1. neat quilts, love the little hexie one and the other hexie one too. I don't know about the top one, but I like straight lines, so maybe that's why....

  2. Thank you for sharing! There are some very neat quilts here. Lots of creativity and attention to details.