Alphabet Quilt (front)
Alphabet Quilt (close up
Look closely and you can see all the letters of the alphabet in the quilting. The solid blues in this patchwork pattern showcase the lettering done in a brown and tan variegated quilt. I challenge you to find all the letters in your name!
So excited about this ribbon.
Deer Through the Window (front)
Deer Through the Window (close up)
This quilt was made by splitting up a large panel into block and adding piecing that gives the illusion of a window pane. I used a maple leave pattern for the quilting and it compliments the autumn leaf pattern in the border. This is a quilt for the man in your life!
Zia the Second (front)
Zia the Second (border)
Zia the Second (close up)
Zia the Second (back)
This is the same pattern that I quilted earlier this year. In fact, the two quilters are friends and bought the pattern together. There are a few differences in fabrics and I made a few subtle changes in the machine quilting so that each is unique.
Don’t Fence Me In
Beautiful use of batiks. This quilt was made as a wedding present for the customers niece. I love how the quilting stands out on the light background. I just wish you could see the earth tone variegated thread as it looked amazing.
String Quilt (back)
String Quilt (front)
What do you get when you take two fabrics, cut them into narrow strips and sew them back together? A string quilt! Love the turquoise accent border; perfect color to bring a little calm to the top. I think it also represents the water from the scenic backing which depicts the river near Taos New Mexico.
Hexi Quilt in Blue
Beautiful hexagons in Kaffe Fassett fabics. I chose a pattern with leaves, flowers and curls in a large scale to accent the fabrics and give movement to the geometric piecing pattern. Perfect for this large queen size quilt.