The Inbox Quilt Show-Day Three

 

Mary Griffiths

Mary Griffiths

Good Morning, Quilters!

Welcome to Day 3 of The Inbox Quilt Show!

We start with Mary Griffiths-O Canada! (above)–Great work, Mary!–the Canadian map is definitely more challenging than the USA silhouette!

Next, we have three quilts by Ann Walsh.  Be sure to check out her lovely website Ann Walsh Quilting.  Ann does custom quilting and she has quilts for sale.

Ann Walsh, Annwalshquilting.com

Ann Walsh, Annwalshquilting.com

Ann Walsh, Annwalshquilting.com

Ann Walsh, Annwalshquilting.com

Ann Walsh, Annwalshquilting.com

Ann Walsh, Annwalshquilting.com

I love My Doodle Garden by Kathy Nesler!  Kathy used one of our doodle tutorials as inspiration for this fabulous quilt sampler.

My Doodle Garden by Kathy Neslet

My Doodle Garden by Kathy Nesler

Jacqui Van Meppelen-Scheppink made this fabulous winter quilt–with the Dots-and-Dashes background.  Love how she is displaying it, too!

Jacqui Van Meppelen-Scheppink

Jacqui Van Meppelen-Scheppink

One of my favorites:  Claire’s Peony-with lots of rows!  Fabulous!

Jacqui Van Meppelen-Scheppink

Jacqui Van Meppelen-Scheppink

Judy Purcell used the motifs very creatively for an art portrait–front and back shown here.  Wow!

Judy Purcell

Judy Purcell

Judy Purcell

Judy Purcell

Julia Hamilton created this whimsical kitten candle mat.  I love the balls of yarn!  Great way to personalize!

Julia Hamilton

Julia Hamilton

This beautiful Christmas quilt by Rebecca Shaffer features stack and whack blocks and ornament and poinsettia quilting!  Makes me want to take another whack at this method myself!!!

Rebecca Shafer

Rebecca Shaffer

Lorraine Doyno Evans feathers are gorgeous–but I see Swirls and Twirls and Faye’s Flowers too!  Beautiful use of variegated threads!

Lorraine Doyno Evans

Lorraine Doyno Evans

Now that IS a Yacht of Fun, Lynn Brazen—love YOUR sampler and the binding too!

Lynn Brazen

Lynn Brazen

Lynn also created this fun rag quilt.  I’m sure it will be a family favorite!

Lynn Brazen

Lynn Brazen

I can just picture a white poinsettia on Lynn’s red poinsettia quilt!  Very, very pretty!

Lynn Brazen

Lynn Brazen

Beautiful stitches, Lynn!

Lynn Brazen

Lynn Brazen

And the show goes on…

More quilts tomorrow!

I hope YOU are as inspired as I am!

Lori

PS…All tutorials, images (except as noted here), are the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt.  Feel free to re-blog, pin or share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt.  For all other purposes, please contact me at lckennedy@hotmail.com.  Thanks!

16 thoughts on “The Inbox Quilt Show-Day Three

  1. All beautiful! How did Rebecca Shaffer make that stack and whack – it’s so perfect! It kind of looks like a “One block wonder” kind of thing. I’d love to do one – please tell me how.

    • Thanks for the nice compliment! I used Bethany Reynold’s book “Magic Stack’n’Whack Quilts. It’s the technique she calls 45Degree Diamond Magic. It was the first quilt that I used Lori’s designs on. I wasn’t feeling very brave, so I used matching thread that doesn’t show very well. I really admire all of the quilts done in heavier weight and contrasting threads. They are beautiful!

      • Bethany Reynolds has a PDF file on her website with Stack-and-whack basics. She has several books as well. I started one in a class many years ago, but have never finished it.

  2. I love quilt shows- and this one from the comfort of my home! Thank you to all for sharing- it is inspiring and instructive to see how the quilt motifs are being used. Keep them coming!

  3. First Swirls & Twirls just knocked me off my chair….Lori, you have motivated so many of us!…… I pray I came become 1/2 as good as your students……..Really I’m just a loss for words????????????Just Beautiful, student, Ladies!!!!!! My sewing room is getting a new ceiling right now or believe me I would be in there trying some of these……

  4. These are so beautiful. Such great quilting. I only hope that some day I will be able to do such beautiful work. I’m too bogged down with quilt making at the time so I haven’t been able to do any of the lessons, but I’m saving them so I can do them once I get all of the quilts constructed that I must get done before Christmas. Got my fingers crossed. These gals have done great work. (Undoubtedly because of a great teacher!)

  5. Blimey! They’re so good. I think I’m gonna unsubscribe from your blog because I’m feel a little inadequate at the moment ?GREAT JOB LADIES! A lot of talented ladies out there!

  6. Oh my goodness! My Inspiration Bucket is full and runneth over!! Thank you folks, for sharing your fabulous work.

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