Your Quilt Jigsaw Puzzle for March is below!
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This month, we’re excited to share with members two new QSOS interviews with quiltmakers that inspire us: mother-daughter quiltmakers Cathy Fussell and Coulter Fussell. Cathy’s work is inspired by landscape, literature, and the American South. Coulter’s work uses donated and vintage textiles from her north Mississippi community. We’ll share a few excerpts from their recent QSOS interviews, and then Cathy and Coulter will join us as we open the floor for questions. Join today to attend this conversation about quilts, family, artmaking, tradition (or breaking with tradition!) and the places that inspire us.
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Welcome to another quilt jigsaw puzzle from Quilt Alliance! The beautiful quilts in our puzzles have all been entries in past Quilt Alliance quilt contests.
Happy It’s Spring by Allie Aller
This month’s puzzle spotlights a quilt titled Happy It’s Spring made by Allie Aller of Washougal, Washington for the 2016 Quilt Alliance contest and auction, Playing Favorites.
Materials and processes: Silk fusion “fabric”, hand dyed cotton, black solid cotton. Machine appliquéd and quilted.
I’ve loved making stained glass quilts for two decades now. There are always new ways to experiment with this genre!