The Island Batik Ambassador challenge for June 2021 is called “Spread Love and Joy with Accuquilt”. Using Accuquilt dies, we all made quilts with multiple blocks. What a great way to spread comfort.
This collection of quilts shows the beauty and versatility of Island Batik fabrics.
Click on the pictures for more information about the quilts, the makers and the great causes they are supporting.
This beautiful two-colour quilt was made by Jennifer Eubank. What a beautiful gift!
The quilting on this quilt by Jane Hauprich is outstanding!
This fun table runner was made by Connie Kauffman.
This quilt by Emily Leachman uses three different blocks.
This quilt by Denise Looney uses both piecing and appliqué.
Sally Manke made this runner as a practice to make sure the pattern turned out before using her “good” fabric.
And this is her “good” project.
Michelle Roberts made this cute quilt.
I love both stars and blue and yellow quilts, so you know I will love this quilt by Claudia Porter.
And she had fabric left over, so she made an octagonal table runner.
This fun piece by Brianna Roberts has bright colours and motivation.
Gail Sheppard ended up making two full quilts in different colour ways.
They both look beautiful. I can’t decide which one I like best.
Andi Stanfield made this quilt. It is so beautifully pieced and quilted.
Jennifer Thomas made this amazing quilt. The colour placement of the blocks gives a great illusion.
Janet Yamamoto made this great quilt as a gift for a loved one.
Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.