Circular Motion Quilt Pattern (Now Stars in Motion)- Please see "Stars in Motion" to order this pattern.
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Sandra on May 17, 20225 out of 5 stars
Lovely pattern! As described and meets expectations! Delivery excellent!
Diane on May 12, 20225 out of 5 stars
Beautiful pattern; instant download. Thank you!
Valerie on May 11, 20225 out of 5 stars
Great quality and arrived quickly!
Cindi on Apr 21, 20225 out of 5 stars
Have not started this pattern yet but fully intend to get to it this summer. Very pleased with this pattern and really looking forward to playing with this design. Thank you so much for a wonderful pattern.
Connie on Mar 16, 20225 out of 5 stars
I haven't started this, but it's a beautiful pattern!
My Mother and Grandmothers taught me many of the needle arts when I was very young. Almost 20 years ago, my sisters Maureen and Colleen, who had been quilting for years, encouraged me to make a couple of small traditional style quilts. Quilting really didn't click with me at the time until my Mom bought me a watercolor quilt book and a fabric kit for Christmas one year. The quilt artist in me came alive and I found quilting to be creative and satisfying. I would not be where I am today without the wonderful encouragement of my sisters and my Mom and Dad.
KwiltArt has been in business since 1999. I design and write patterns, teach, lecture and vend at quilt shows. I specialize in designing dynamic quilt patterns that create depth, dimension, movement and optical illusions using strip and speed piecing techniques for easy construction.
I left the quilt world temporarily when I bought a new Corvette, started racing, and won a few awards, but now I'm back to quilting full time. I have been juried many times into the larger national shows, have done a half hour segment on Kaye Wood's PBS television show "Kaye's Quilting Friends", was advertised as one of three "celebrity teachers" at the American Sewing Expo in Novi, MI in Sept. 2015, and have also been an AQS instructor and designer for Anthology Fabrics.
With a new quilt design, I never have a full vision of what it will look like when finished. I make pieces and blocks and play with them on my design wall until there is a good layout. Photos of each layout help me remember what has been done previously. I like designs with depth, dimension and movement. I then figure out the construction logistics, which is sometimes the toughest part trying to convey the exact steps for creation while keeping it as easy as possible.
I am enjoying the opportunity to share my artwork and ideas in hopes of inspiring others to explore and open up to their own creative potential.
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