"ILLUSIONS" by George Siciliano, Lebanon, PA, USA. First place in 'Miniature Quilts' category at AQS Paducah, 2008. This quilt is made up of 4,129 pieces in a 10 3/4" x 10 3/4" square!
(George Siciliano) I call this one "Ribbons and Hues" While this quilt is not a miniature it is 42" square, it has the smallest square I ever made. The square is 3/4 inch and has 39 pieces.
Miniature. Made by Kathy Grosh, using George Siciliano's pattern and he & his wife's "Size Really Does Matter" workshop.
Crop Circles | George Siciliano 2,842 pieces 15.5" X 21". This little treasure is an off center pineapple block pushed to the extreme!
George Siciliano. An amazing quilter. A retired Marine, who was taught to quilt by his wife, Virginia.
Tree Dimensional | George Siciliano 2,201 pieces 14.5" X 17"
Itty Bitty Logs. Fun paper piecing with a George Siciliano pattern, this miniature has several adaptations. Easy to get hooked on miniatures, paper piecing and graded dyed fabrics, but it does not begin to make a dent in the stash accumulation. No. pattern
Violet Tendencies | George Siciliano Quilt is 9 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches with 3,450 pieces.
"Dusk a L'Orange", by George Siciliano, Lebanon, PA, USA. AQS Paducah, 2010. Second place in the 'Miniature Quilts' category.