Luana has painstakingly given the name of each quilt’s maker, so if you do copy or repin any of her photos, please include that information. To quote her:
One of the things I am doing is editing my photos so they include the name of the quilter one way or the other. Some of the Japanese quilters’ names have been given a transliteration from a Kanji character to Roman letters (known as Romaji) …and some have not. For the quilts whose makers names cannot be spelled out, I am using Photoshop to copy and paste the names/characters on the namecards, into the quilt photos.
Here’s one of the quilts that caught my eye. I love the interesting setting of all that traditional applique. It’s by Fumiko Miura.