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Friendship Star and Hearts

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Friendship Star and Hearts

This new quilter was so excited to make a wedding quilt for her dear friends. The block pattern is the friendship star, and we found an elegant heart and curl design to compliment the front. By using a darker thread on the backing, the edge-to-edge design is eye catching. What a wonderful gift.

Rust Chantilly Lace

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Rust Chantilly Lace

Rust fabrics, salmon thread and a fall floral design come together for an utterly charming autumn quilt. Look at how the quilting design just pops on the melon-colored background fabric. Warms my heart.

Blue Night Sky

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Blue Night Sky

When the blocks were initially put together they were all done in the light colored fabrics. Not pleased with the result the piecer cut them and added the dark strips. The result is fabulous. The quilting edge to edge pattern is a star and crescent moon which makes this quilt a dream to sleep under.

Brightly Colored Starry Night

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Brightly Colored Starry Night

This stained glass quilt has a border to border starry night pattern and a swirl pattern in the black border. I am disappointed that the focus is off in one of the pictures, which I didn’t discover until this gift quilt had already reached it’s home. However, I did included the picture anyway to show the variegated thread.

Sunny Drysdens

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Sunny Drysdens

This quilt top features folded 3-D white fabric which inspired the custom quilting design. Swirls and feathers in the background, feathers in the border were hand guided while the star motif in the center of the drysen was computerized. My client was so thrilled that she hung it in her home the day she picked it up.

Vintage Log Cabin in Purple

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Vintage Log Cabin in Purple

This quilt came to me with a binding and stitch in the ditch and I was asked to add decorative quilting. My client said she loved the quilt because her mother had made it but it was too plain. I whipped out lavender thread and added feathers, swirls and figure 8’s. It is definitely not plain now!