Friday, March 8, 2013

QuiltCon Virtual Quilt Show: Modern in Miniature

Welcome back to the QuiltCon Virtual Quilt Show. Today it's time to explore all the small but mighty quilts from the Modern In Miniature Quilt Challenge.

Title: Modern Challenge
Made and Quilted By Catherine Redford
Naperville, Illinois, USA
Naperville Modern Quilt Guild
Winner: First Place Modern in Miniature Challenge

Title: Analysis of Variance
Made and Quilted By Charlotte Newland
London, United Kingdom
London (UK) Modern Quilt Guild
Winner: Second Place Modern in Miniature Challenge
Title: Shirts
Made and Quilted By Carolyn Friedlander
Lake Wales, Florida, USA
Winner: Third Place Modern in Miniature Challenge
Title: Mini Zig
Made and Quilted By Vicki Christensen
Sammamish, Washington, USA
Seattle Modern Quilt Guild
Title: Over the Rainbow
Made and Quilted By Janice Ryan
Glendale, California, USA
Los Angeles Modern Quilt Guild
Title: Dazzling Diamonds
Made and Quilted By Jen Sorenson
Northborough, Massachusetts, USA
Boston Modern Quilt Guild

Title: Confetti
Made and Quilted By Doris Lovadina-Lee
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto Modern Quilt Guild

Title: Shattered Spectrum
Made and Quilted By Lee Heinrich
Mequan, Wisconsin, USA
Milwuakee Modern Quilt Guild

Title: Papercut
Made and Quilted By Rebecca Roach
Pflugerville, Texas, USA
Austin Modern Quilt Guild

Title: Controlled Chaos
Made and Quilted By Elizabeth Dackson
Tampa, Florida, USA
Tampa Modern Quilt Guild

Title: Sevres
Made and Quilted By Casey York
Chesterfield, Missouri, USA
St. Louis Modern Quilt Guild

Title: Ode to Paul Klee
Made and Quilted By Serena Brooks
Los Angeles, California, USA
Los Angeles Modern Quilt Guild

Be sure to come back on Monday when the show resumes!

**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. lovely mini, love the hexie one, looks like they were appliqued on? how big are some of these?

  2. Hollie-I've so enjoyed these posts. I was at Quilt Con, but didn't get a chance to take great pictures. It is so fun to spend a little more time with these amazing pieces!

  3. Yay, I've been looking forward to these posts!