At one end of the spectrum, Pat Pauly quilted her large piece (77 x 65") in two sections and joined them invisibly. I believe the join goes along the spine of the big pink leaf, but even from up close I couldn't see exactly how she did it. Great workmanship!!
(Please imagine that the top part is black and the bottom is red. My camera was having a hissy fit and refused to produce accurate images.)
At the other end of the spectrum, the modules and the interesting fracture pattern were the design focus of the entire work. Wen Redmond made a fascinating piece through a process that I don't fully understand, described as "photograph melded with painted canvas, digitally fused and printed, mounted with heavy stabilizer, hand tied book binding." The modules are of different sizes.