Take a look at the wonderful quilts on display in About.com Quilting's online quilt show. Thanks so much to everyone who has shared quilts for our galleries. Keep those quilt photos coming!
This photo gallery is packed with baby quilt pictures and photos of quilts made for older children. Take a look, maybe you'll get some great ideas for your next baby quilt.
Yes! I finally have enough rag quilt photos to put them in a photo gallery all their own, but I know there are lots more examples out there. How about submitting a few of your favorite rag quilts so that we can ramp this gallery up just a tad?
String quilts are assembled using freehand foundation piecing techniques. They're the perfect quilt to make from your leftover strips of fabric, and you can customize the quilt blocks in any way you like. Take a look at some of the string quilts made by members of the quilting community, and then use my directions to make your own quilt.
All of these miniature quilts were made by members of the Online Quilting Community, with the majority designed and stitched for a swap among Quilting Forum members. Quilters will appreciate the creativity and hard work that went into the assembly of these little quilts.
Yes, I'm stretching a little here to create gallery topics for the quilt photos you've sent me. But all of these quilts do indeed have a circular pattern, theme or motion. Some would be regarded as art quilts, some traditional... all of them are lovely.
T-shirt quilts are a great way to create a memory quilt for your son, daughter, or any special person in your life. Give those old t-shirts a new life by making one of these fun quilts.
You'll enjoy looking at these pictures of log cabin quilts, pineapple quilts and other similar quilts. Log cabin quilts are sometimes made using foundation piecing techniques, but they can be sewn in the traditional way. Freehand piecing is another popular assembly method for log cabin quilts.
You might not think they're ugly, but that's how the quiltmakers have labeled these quilts, with some explanations about just why they aren't happy with the finished project. Sometimes we learn a lot more from the boo-boos than we do from absolutely "perfect" quilts, so be sure to take a look.
SPOILER ALERT: Some of our Quilting Community members have shared photos of their New Year's Day Mystery Quilts. Click through for a peek (unless you still plan to make it as a mystery).