Paula Casill of NYC made this first treasury.
Her shop, Quilts by Paula, has quilts (in many sizes, shapes, and styles), as well as a variety of unique and fun quilted items and gift ideas. Paula says that she turned into a "quilting maniac" after reading a book on basic quilting 12 years ago and trying quilting as a summer hobby. Below is a set of mug rugs from her shop.
The next treasury is by Jesse Anne Designs.
Jesse Anne offers artisan jewelry like the piece pictured below. But she also considers herself an artist who works primarily in watercolors, as well as dabbling in photography, writing, various mixed mediums, general sculpture, wire sculpture, clay, needlework, block printing, ceramics, tile design, and fabric arts.
LiLaO is a mother daughter team that offers cute handmade miniature sculptures like the adorable one pictured below. They say that they make stuff you never knew you wanted! I have a set of their clay tags which I sometimes give as gifts to customers.
Here is the treasury they made.
Pat McWhorter has been painting since she was 10 years old. She has studied under other Artists, as well as attended Rowan University and Pratt Institute, majoring in Fine Art, Drawing, and Painting. Primarily a Muralist, Pat has been published in Magazines and a book.
And here is an example of her work.
All of the items in these treasuries are clickable links, just click on the picture to take you to a shop. Thanks again to these curators for including something of mine in their treasuries.