November Hearts

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November Hearts

This quilt is for a baby girl born on her first birthday next month, her namesake. I had so much fun quilting radiating lines around the hearts, and then doing a free motion heart and curl pattern in the rail fence blocks. I added a sleeve so this quilt can hang in the nursery. Auntie and Mamma are thrilled with the quilt. Hope baby November loves it too.

Denim Cathedral Windows

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Denim Cathedral Windows

I finally used up all the jeans fabric in my studio on this denim cathedral window quilt. The denim, pink fabric and batting were all cut on the accuquilt cutting system and then it was just a matter of sewing it together. As the accuquilt also cut the 1/8 inch snips for ragging, I just had to wash and dry the quilt and and the frayed edges were a snap.

Dots and Diamonds

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Dots and Diamonds

Taking my inspiration from the wild flower wide back backing, I quilted a flower garden with gold thread across this quilt full of diamonds. Love the colors and the plaid pattern on the front from this metallic dot fabric.

Denim Kaffe

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Denim Kaffe

Cheerful colors and denim make this a bright picnic quilt. I just had to use a variegated thread on top and bottom and the results are amazing. At the time I was quilting this project, I was able to pray for my client and her husband as they faced a serious health issue so there are prayers in the stitches.

A Kaffe of a Different Color

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Kaffe fabrics pair with a gray printed fabric to make a Kaffe Quilt of a different color. The neutral bold print is a perfect contrast to the bright colors of Kaffe fabrics. This is probably my most favorite Kaffe quilt yet.

Ghastly Kaleidoscope

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Ghastly Kaleidoscope

Just in time for the Halloween season is this kaleidoscope quilt, made from ghastly fabrics. Each block is unique and made from 4 repeats of the novelty fabric. So much to feast your eyes on. Quilting is basic with gray thread so that the kaleidoscope pattern takes center stage.

Fighting Irish Quilt

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Fighting Irish Quilt

When we found out that one of my husband’s high school friends had been diagnosed with cancer, I started this comfort quilt. He is an avid Notre Dame fan and I searched all over the internet for team fabric to no avail. I finally found a set of bed sheets and I was able to use the flat sheet for the back and the fitted sheet for border fabric. Best of all I had pillowcases to wrap this gift in so he could have a quilt to take to treatments.