Quilt 2018: Optical Illusion Show & Tell


Take a look at the amazing quilts from our show and tell Facebook group, Project Parade. These incredible artists created optical illusion quilts.

Be part of the fun and join us on our Project Parade Facebook group. We love to see what you are up to!

Learn more about the Quilt 2018 Project. Next week the new quilting style will be announced.

Viginia Peterson shares her quilt based on the “subway tile” illusion. The red lines are parallel.

Mary Diner shares this amazing quilt taken from a Fons and Porter baby quilt pattern.

Zuladawn Hall shares her beautiful Harlequin quilt designed by Jinny Beyer as part of the illusion conversation. This quilt uses color and value to create depth and movement.

Iris Noronha shares her illusion quilt playing off of a traditional design. 

Karen Kuske shares Floating Along, an original design quilted on her longarm.

Judith Karabelnik shares her stunning quilt, Fly Me to the Moon and let me Play Among the Stars

Joanne Colleauz shares her mesmerizing quilt, Inner City.

Mindy Jacobs shares her illusion quilt.

Barbara Bobbitt shares her optical illusion work in progress. There appears to be curved piecing, but there is actually no curved piecing.

Paula Slater shares her optical illusion blocks.

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All of these quilts are beautiful.