For 11 years, turning a traditional pattern into an original masterpiece has been the mission of the Museum of the American Quilter's Society's annual international challenge. The Monkey Wrench block became the symbol of freedom in our country's early quiltmaking. The block is typically based on a Four-Patch, Equal Nine-Patch, Unequal Nine-Patch, or Square in a Square block. Enjoy 18 marvelous interpretations of this familiar design from award-winning quiltmakers. Meet the winners and finalists as they share insights into the inspiration for their quilts with colorful photographs and stories.