Carolyn Susac of Reno, NV made this wonderful little applique entitled "Roses from the Florist." Carolyn has written a book entitled "The Hearts and Flowers Quilt Book." She does a lot of dimensional work and primarily does applique. She prefers needleturn, even in these little tiny pieces.
Mary Kay Mouton of Milledgeville, GA did this piece called "Flip-flop Paper Piecing." She completed this piece to illustrate the precision of her method which is described in her new book Flip-Flop Paper Piecing . Her quilting isn't bad either!
She won third place in the miniature division.
Pat Harrison made this piece basing her work on Sally Collin's book. She called her piece "French Confection." The center piece is fussy cut from a stripe. Pat lives in Exter, RI.
This is an amazing job of machine applique on a miniature. Barbara Lies of Madison, Wisconson made this one and called it "Saffron Offspring." It is an exact scale miniature of a large quilt using the same pattern.
This little piece is by Janice E. Petre of Stinking Springs, PA. She calls it "Log Cabin in the Log Cabins."
Himalayan Garden by Pat Holly of Ann Arbor, MI. "An old embroidery from India inspired me to design this completely machine appliqued and quilted miniature to honor amazing textiles from around the world.
Fittingly, an amazing piece to honor these amazing textiles.