The QuiltCon small quilts category includes quilts that are less than 36″ per side. The quilt can be any shape and the challenge is open to individuals or groups. Here they are!
With the Michael Miller Fabric Challenge, quilts needed to use one to twelve of the fabrics from their Glitz collection in white, black, silver or gold. Michael Miller solids also are included. A fun round of sparkly quilts from QuiltCon 2016!
Bit of a gap in coverage, life does get in the way at times. We shall be accelerating the remaining QuiltCon 2016 coverage as there are so many other things to share!
Here are half of the quilts from the Minimalist Category from QuiltCon West 2016. Enjoy!
Here is Part 2 of the piecing category from QuiltCon 2016. Some super interesting piecing going on, that is for sure. Congratulations to the makers/designers.
Next up is the minimalist category.
Ok, now we’re getting into the heat of it with the Modern Traditionalism category from QuiltCon 2016 exhibitions. Here we have the crossover with traditional blocks or techniques used in a “modern” context, most in original compositions.
Now we have the Small Quilts category from the exhibitions from QuiltCon 2015, sponsored by Pinwheels. The award winners are at the end of the post. We are almost done with all the major QuiltCon 2015 categories. It is bit sad to move on from what has been an dizzying display of original quilts. However the next QuiltCon is less the a year away and this time it will be in Pasadena, California.
So enjoy the last few posts and we have a ton of other things cueing up to cover after all of this.
The Michael Miller fabric challenge using their Spring Cotton Couture line produced an array of pastel and very spring colored quilts, as it should be! As usual the award winners for the category yard are at the bottom of the post.
We are nearing the end of our QuiltCon 2015 coverage, thought there are still probably 5 posts to go. Soon we will also be covering the Stitch Modern 2015 Show, the Joe Cunningham lecture at Piedmont Center of the Arts, and we have a couple new books to talk about as well as some quilters to highlight.