Sue Clark Koenig
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AQS invite email

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sylvia Thomas Oct 23, 2012. 70 Replies

I just received an email from AQS inviting me to enter a quilt in the AQS Lancaster show.  The email letter said they had seen my quilts here.  Is everyone getting these invites or did they possibly…Continue


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Peacock - Sue Clark Koenig

This was designed in EQ7. The appliques were sized for each square and then imported into 4D to make a machine embroidery for the stitching and into the Silhouette cutter program for cutting the pieces. I love playing with all our new technological…
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Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I am just a hobby quilter. I like to combine my machine embroidery and traditional piecing while making the tops. Then I quilt my own. I use a Viking Designer 1 for piecing and embroidery and a FunQuilter 17 with QBOT on a Hinterberg frame.
How many quilts have you made?
How long have you been a quilter?
since 1980 (with a long break while I worked!)
Why do you quilt?
I love it.

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Lollipop Tree quilt

Posted on February 12, 2012 at 7:26pm 0 Comments

I'm starting a variation of the Lollipop Tree quilt. I think it will be wall hanging size.  I've had a picture of this in my Ideas folder for a couple years, but since I don't like needle-work applique I figured it would never really get made.  Now with my new Silhouette cutter and Heat & Bond I'm going to attempt it.  It seems a great way to use up some of the pieces in my stash.

I made the cutting file myself (feeling very smart right now!) a full 12" x12" sheet of 3 different…


Silhouette Cameo cutter

Posted on January 28, 2012 at 3:50pm 3 Comments

For those that read my earlier posts about the Cricut - here's the follow up.  I returned the Cricut because you cannot make your own designs for cutting.  After research I ordered the Silhouette Cameo.

The Silhouette Cameo cutter works for cutting fabric and it will cut my designs!  I'm a very happy camper right now.  These two Hawaiian designs were from EQ7 and converted with the basic software from Silhouette and then cut. They are 5" squares.  Great detail and smooth cuts.   Goody…



Posted on January 24, 2012 at 10:58am 8 Comments

I posted this to the Applique group, but thought I'd ask it as a Blog question too.

I've just been watching a number of videos on using Cricut for cutting fabric.  I've stayed away from getting one because I thought you had to use their cartridges for the designs.  Now I see that you can design your own and send them via USB to the machine for cutting.  Now I'm interested!

Is anyone using a Cricut to cut fabric for applique?  What do you think?  Is it worth it?  Does it do a…


Need value for quilt donated to charity

Posted on November 29, 2011 at 4:23pm 2 Comments

I have a quilt (soon to be finished) that I plan to donate to a local charity for their auction or whatever they would choose to do with it.  It is queen size, embroidered, pieced and quilted.  Where do you suggest that I look to get reasonable average pricing to substantiate a value for my taxes?

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At 1:11am on November 11, 2011, Mary Moore said…

Thank you for kind words about my fireman quilt.  I did the design the very old fashioned way with colored pencils and graph paper to design 1/4 of the quilt. Thinking in 6 inch blocks, I declared the 1/4 graph blocks to be 2 inches, and put in the lines to separate the 6 inch blocks.  Then working from the bottom left corner(the center of the quilt to) I played with lines thru the blocks trying to think symmetrically.  When I came to cutting and piecing I had to work from the center out as I had no idea how far the fabrics would go so it grew rather like a bizarre flower.

At 9:28pm on October 26, 2011, Linda Madrid said…
Hi Sue, just looked at your quilt photos and they are wonderful.  You do such great work. Love your quilting also. 
At 3:21pm on June 7, 2011, Linda A. Stone said…

Regarding "It's a Small World" . . .  

Sue, At the risk of sounding like a snob, I bought it where I almost never shop . . . 

certainly not for fabric . . . Wal Mart!  I couldn't pass up this panel, though.  Sorry it 

was quite a few years ago.  Maybe if someone reads this, they might know of a source.  Also, I love your embroidered quilt.


At 9:39am on May 29, 2011, Barbara S said…
Hi Sue. Thanks for commenting on the Iris wallhanging. It's done by fusing the flower pieces onto a black backgroung fabric. You probably already knew that. You have some gorgeous quilts. Love how you show your work then the "EQ" pattern. Have a great day.

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