QuiltCon2015- Appliqué Part II

I keep imagining that the lot of you are getting bored with the slo-mo version of the Modern Quilt Guild show in Austin, Texas last month.

But the numbers on my stats page say other wise.

I am going to write about something else here super shortly, but in the meantime, here is the conclusion of the Appliqué category at this year’s show.

by Carolyn Friedlander
Lake Wales, Florida

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by Gabriela Kirst
Grass Valley, California

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IITurn Down For What
by Lauren Palmer
Lexington, Kentucky

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IIChosen 2
by Catherine Redford
Naperville, Illinois

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IIBowls and Balls #2
by Rachel Kerley
Hillsboro, Oregon

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IIOff The Chart
by Lynn Harris
Chelsea, Michigan

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by Latifah Saafir
Los Angeles, California

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by Chawnee Kimber
Easton, Pennsylvania

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IIThe American Context #16 Christina’s World
by Luke Haynes
Los Angeles, California

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IISticks and Stones: The Border Test
by Rachel Kerley
Hillsboro, Oregon

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IIThe Conan Quilt
by Allison Chambers
San Antonio, Texas

QuiltCon2015- Applique Part IINext up is one of my favorite categories–Modern Traditionalism. I know you are all on the edge your seats about this, but you are just going to have to wait.

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4 thoughts on “QuiltCon2015- Appliqué Part II

  1. suewalen on said:

    Luke Haynes and Gabriela Kirst blew me away.

    • Sue- I’m glad to hear that. I believe your work would fit right in there. It appears the modern quilters are much more open to expressing their feelings and political views in cloth which I find brave and inspiring. Thank you for stopping by!

  2. How do you pick a favorite? When I saw the one by Gabriela Kirst, I knew that was it. Took my breath away. These are all so vastly different from traditional applique and each could stand as an art object, on it’s own.

  3. Thank you Mary for stopping by. Yes, Gabriela’s work captures such feelings of delicacy and intimacy. It is truly lovely.

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