Amazing Art Quilts: Projects and Patterns

Posted by on Jul 12, 2013 in Quilting | Comments


There’s so much to love about quilts. They can be used for warmth, to tell stories, or for artistic expression. Many times, quilts can serve all of those purposes. That’s what makes art quilts so wonderful. As you’ll see in this roundup of some of our favorite art quilt projects and patterns, just because a quilt is art doesn’t mean it has to be on the wall or behind glass. You can make an art quilt and use it when cooking.

Enjoy this inspiring collection of Craftsy members’ art quilts, and may your next quilt be an artistic one!

Art nouveau Iris

Art Nouveau

Craftsy member Kathy Adams quilted this elegant art quilt, depicting an iris in the art noveau style.

Howard’s art quilt

Howard's Art Quilt

Howard is not the quilter of this art quilt, but he is the subject! It’s a great likeness by CannyCat.

Art quilt potholder

Art Quilt Potholder

Just as lovely as a wallhanging, these potholders by Judith Trager made as part of Craftsy class Art Quilt Backgrounds, are sure to come in handy in the kitchen!

Trillium blues frame quilt wall art pattern

Wall Hanging Art Quilt

This an inspired art quilt pattern by Deb Bohringer; beautiful colors and imagery.

Chrysalis art quilt pattern

Chrysalis Art Quilt Pattern

Art Quilt Patterns by Veronica designed this striking art quilt patterns with its intense color and captivating pattern.

The enchanted tree art quilt pattern

Art Quilt Pattern

A simply gorgeous art quilt pattern by Linda Matthews. It’s both vivid and serene.

If you love art quilting, be sure to check out our student spotlight on Monica Spicker to see her astounding work, from a snowy landscape quilt to quilts featuring exotic florals.

Which art quilt pattern will you try next?

Comments

  1. Judy Dieter says:

    I’m already receiving Craftsy e-mails. I don’t want to receive any more than I already am receiving. But if it’s related to quilting, that’s my peference.