Celtic Quilters' Gallery page 3
Revised September 13, 2013
This page has 2005 thru 2002 quilts and wallhangings. More pictures showing Scarlett's designs are on Quilters 3, Quilters 4 and Quilters 5, and there are friendship group quilts on the Round Robin pages. There are also pictures of Celtic quilts from PIQF 2002.
#516 - Floral Celtic by Donna E. Johnson of Naples, FL.
This quilt won two awards! It received an Honorable Mention in the 500 - Non-professional Hand Applique - Large category and the Most Innovative Use of Design award at the 2005 Applique Society show. All the original designs, adaptable to the version shown here, are in Celtic Style Floral Applique by Scarlett Rose. Most of the Celtic border is adapted from the border in Celtic Medallion IV, which available as a pattern and e-pattern.
#738 Colorful Celtic by Christine Linder of Kent, Washington
Shown at the Applique Society 2003 Show, this quilt features the Celtic interlace and flower design from the pattern Celtic Medallion II, which is also available as an e-pattern.
Here's a closeup picture of the center block of Colorful Celtic. All the bias strips were made from a multicolor fabric, with the flower colors complimenting it.
This wallhanging was made by Amanda Whitsel of Hull, GA. She used the border design from Symphony by Patty Oliver-Matz, which is also available as an e-pattern.
Another wallhanging by Amanda Whitsel, this one featuring the corner knots from Lois Love's quilt, Scarlett's Roses, from the pattern given in Baskets: Celtic Style.
This is a Celtic Sampler by Jeanne Fischer of Ellensburg, WA. Measuring 71" square, this quilt was hand appliqued by Jeanne and machine quilted by Dian Keepers of Centralia, WA. The designs used are from Philomena Durcan's Celtic Quilt Designs and Scarlett Rose's Celtic Style Floral Applique. It has been juried into the 2005 AQS show held in the Gaylord Opryland Resort, Nashville, Tennessee on August 24-27th.
This is a close up of Design #4, found in Celtic Quilt Designs by Philomena Durcan. The quilting style used is called "McTavishing" and this quilt is featured as an example in a new book written by Karen McTavish, titled "Mastering the Art of McTavishing". The Celtic lattice framing the block is from Celtic Style Floral Applique by Scarlett Rose.
This block was made by Amanda Whitsel of Hull, GA in a Celtic Baskets workshop held in Athens, GA during May 2005.
This bed size quilt was made by Angenett Taft of Hayfork, California. She's a member of the Log Cabin Quilters and used their longarm machine to quilt her own designs on this quilt. The pattern she used is Scarlett's Double Wedding Ring. The plaid fabrics in this quilt were from remnants she had on hand. Here's a close-up of one of the blocks:
This is one block from Angenett's quilt, featuring Scarlett's Double Wedding Ring pattern. When set together, the blocks form the ring design.
Celtic Floral by Debbi Hippert of Manchester, New Hampshire
This is Debbi's version of Symphony by Patty Oliver-Matz, which is also available as an e-pattern.
Scarlett found this quilt, made by Sara Cates, at the American Quilter's Society 2002 show in Paducah, Kentucky. Sara had entered it in the AQS Flower Quilt Contest. The pattern is the Celtic Medallion IV design, which is also available as an e-pattern.
Featuring Celtic border designs from both of Scarlett's books with pieced sampler blocks. It's hand quilted. The drawing was held at the Glendale Quilt Show on March 17, 2002.
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