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Design Your Personal Hawaiian Quilt

Design Your Personal Hawaiian QuiltThe quilts we share with you on this page were designed by people just like you, using our book/DVD set: 

Design Your Personal Hawaiian Quilt

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All photos are posted with the permission of the quiltmaker.
No photos are to be copied or used for other purposes.

No designs or photos are to be copied or used for any purpose.
These quilts are not available as patterns.

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Snowflake 
Snowflake
by Connie Johnson Sayler
The first Hawaiian quilt designed by the new owner of Pacific Rim Quilt Company, with the help of Nancy Chong and our book Design Your Personal Hawaiian Quilt. This photo taken after it was cut and basted, but no applique, or very little, at this point. (2013)
 

BonitaWalker-Bird of Paradise
Bird of Paradise
by Bonita Walker
Bonita sent us this photo of her recently finished quilt that she designed in Nancy's first "Make Your Own Hawaiian Quilt" class at Quilt University in 2002!

Carol's first email to us started like this: "Just wanted to let you know that I think you've created a mad woman. Received the new (book and) video and am working on my second quilt design! The process has me totally captivated."

Here are three of her first quilt designs. She reports that she has ideas for at least 10 more that she is working to get down on paper.


Carol's fourth personal Hawaiian quilt design:

Ho'omaka Hou Hawaiian quilt design
Ho'omaka Hou (Kakau)
To Begin Again (Tattoo)
Carol incorporated lots of tattoo symbolism in this design.

Me Ke Aloha O Maui
(With the Love of Maui)

by Carol Sicora

Carol Sicora's Me Ke Aloha O Maui quilt design"My husband and I loved the Maui Humpbacks so dearly and we visited most years. There is a mother, calf and escort whale in the pattern. I lost my sweet husband 5 years ago and when I go back to Maui, I float flowers in the water so there are wave curls and floating hibiscus and plumeria blooms in the waves (on the quilt). There is a tear drop cutout around one of the hibiscus flowers representing all the tears I've shed for him since his death. We both went through cancer treatments at the same time, I made it and he did not. We were married on Maui and his ashes are there now."

Carol Sicora - Road to Hana quilt design
by Carol Sicora

Road to Hana

If you have been on this drive you will recognize the "curvy roads, lush heliconias, palms, tons of flowers and rain drops. Can you see them?"
Carol Sicora's Kilauea quilt design
by Carol Sicora

Ho'okalakupua O Kilauea
(The Magic of Kilauea)

The images in this quilt design: the lava flows from Kilauea; lava exploding into black sand when it hits the ocean; the welcoming pineapple; and the maile leaf lei as the symbol of peace, the feeling we all get when we visit the islands.
Margaret Spatafore untitled
by Margaret Spatafore

untitled
(images of the Pacific Northwest)

Margaret designed this quilt in a class we held on Kauai in 2010, while preparing materials for our book and DVD. She has completed the applique and is in the process of hand-quilting it.
Images include: eagles, evergreen trees, Mount Rainier, rivers, salmon, and blackberry leaves.
Durlyn Finnie, Sealife quilt design
by Durlyn Finnie

Sealife

Durlyn was in our 2010 design class on Maui. Applique on a pieced background. Machine quilted by Jackie Harris (Maui). Images include: Fish, crabs, jelly fish, and star fish.
Bamboo 
by Barbara Devela

Barbara designed this quilt in our 2010 design class on Maui. The top is basted, ready to be appliqued. Images include: bamboo and honu (turtles)

You can see more pictures of the quilts designed in our classes on Kauai and Maui, May 2010, in our book/DVD set "Design Your Personal Hawaiian Quilt."

Design Your Personal Hawaiian Quilt Book and DVD
Karen Blount completed Crown Flower
by Karen Blount

Pua Kalaunu O Maui: Crown Flower of Maui

Completed Quilt

Karen and Eileen are sisters who took a cruise around the Hawaiian Islands with Nancy in 2012, to learn how to design Hawaiian quilts.
Eileen Paine, Tiger Lily design
by Eileen Paine

Tiger Lily

Eileen designed this quilt in Nancy's Quilt University class: Make Your Own Hawaiian Quilt.

Hawaiian applique blocksCatalina Island Hawaiian quilt appliqueby Eileen Paine
"Catalina Island: 26 Miles Across the Sea"
Native and endemic plants on Catalina Island, off the coast of California. Blocks at left are basted; blocks at right have been appliqued.
Eileen Paine, Pohinahina
by Eileen Paine

Pohinahina

A native plant of Hawaii.
Eileen Paine, Wiliwili design
by Eileen Paine

Wiliwili

Hawaiian species of coral tree.
Wiliwili poem embroidery
Poem embroidered around border edge.

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Anthurium 
Sharon Waggoner began with the Anthurium design from our Tropical Floral pattern, then designed two borders to enlarge the quilt

Hollyhocks, designed by Lanita Hardin
Na Lio - horses - Hawaiian Quilt design
Na Lio (horses), designed by Sharon Bogin
Photo by Jeff Lomicka
If these photos have inspired you to design your personal Hawaiian quilt,
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All photos on this page are posted with the permission of the quilt designer.
No designs or photos are to be copied or used for any purpose.
These quilts are not available as patterns.

If you have a quilt, or other item you have made from one of our patterns, or in one of Nancy's classes, please send us a photo and your written permission for us to hang it in one of our Galleries. We can accept either traditional photographs or digital photos. Mahalo
Send photographs to:

Pacific Rim Quilt Company
PO Box 4764
Medford, OR 97501-0197

Send digital photos to Connie at:

Info@prqc.com