Diana Vandeyar is an Australian-born artist who relocated to South Africa in 2018. She uses quilts to raise awareness of social injustices, stir emotion, and explore new techniques. Two of Diana’s quilts have been purchased by the Michigan State University Museum as part of their permanent collection. Diana is a frequent contributor to the Modern Quilt Guild, with her patterns being featured as block and quilts of the month. Diana’s quilts and designs have been published in numerous places, among them, Modern Quilts: Deisgns of the New Century; Simply Moderne Magazine; 50 Little Gifts: Easy Patchwork Projects to Give or Swap; Curated Quilts; and QuiltCon Magazine. Diana won both second and third place in the Modern Traditionalism category at QuiltCon 2018, and her quilts “Thoroughly Modern Ginny” and “Log Cabin Quilter Unknown” were among the MQG’s showcase at the International Quilt Festival 2016 and 2017, respectively.