Do you quilt with curves? A lot of QuiltCon quilts incorporated curves into the design this year. Last week I posted about the use of circles in QuiltCon quilts. Originally I planned to incorporate circles and curves into a single post, but it quickly became apparent that there were too many of each for one post.
Below is a sampling of curved quilts in the judged portion of this year’s show. Most of the curves are pieced and/or improv pieced, but there is appliqué included in some. If you quilt with curves, what is your favorite curve technique?
NONE OF THE QUILTS PICTURED IN THIS POST ARE MY WORK! Each work is labeled with the maker and their Instagram handle when available. These are in no particular order, and this post may take longer than usual to load because there are so many fun quilts to share!
Radioactive Flying Donuts by Emily Watts of @emilywattsquilts
Folded Eggs by Diane Wespiser of @DianeWespiser
Dragon Dance by Sheila Frampton-Cooper of @sheilaframptoncooper
Through by Karen Stone of @karenstone
Kidney Donor by Candice Murray of @sewlegacy
Acqua (Water) by Yuliya Reshetnikova of @quiltcreation
Daisy by Kate Henderson of @katehendersonquilts
Swirl by Lorranine Woodruff-Long of @quiltinginthefog
Watercolor III by Carolina Oneto of @Carolina_oneto
Everybody Dance Now by Kathy Cook of @kathycookquilts
Dream In Color by Émilie Trahan of @mili.tra
Wings by Donna Blalock of @donnab317
Double Ruby Ring by Michelle Bartholomew of @michellebartholomew
Kintsugi Quilt by Megan Ellinger of @meganmme
Baptist Fan Redux by Hillary Goodwin of @entropyalwayswins
Briar by Amy Friend of @duringquiettime
Rhythm in Blues by Terry Sargent Peart of @terrypeart
Tangerine Dreams by Sheila Frampton-Cooper of @sheilaframptoncooper
What Grows by Karen Stone of @karenstone
Sprung by Diane Wespiser of @dianewespiser