Joys of Winter (close up 2)
Joys of Winter (close up 1)
Joys of Winter (corner)
Joys of Winter (back)
Joys of Winter (front)
I couldn’t wait to custom quilt this cozy applique quilt . Ditch stitching, outlining, free motion and ruler work come together for a quilt that is spectacular.
Christmas Tie Quilt (close up)
Christmas Tie Quilt (back)
Christmas Tie Quilt (front)
A gift of love from a mom to her son, a quilt that showcases his father’s ties. I am sure there are wonderful memories in each and every block.
First and Second Fishing Quilt (close up)
First and Second Fishing Quilt (back)
First and Second Fishing Quilt (front first)
First and Second Fishing Quilt (front second)
First and Second Fishing Quilt (both)
Almost matching quilts to give to two brothers that are avid fishermen, The corner blocks are embroidered and customize but otherwise the quilts are identical. The quilting pattern has fish and splashing water, perfect for these quilts.
Christmas Holly Trees (close up)
This beautiful queen size quilt started out as a table runner and my customer had so much fun that she kept adding to it. I used a variegated green and red thread and quilted holly and ivy. While it won’t be on the table for Christmas dinner, it will be perfect for a bed.
Painted Ladies on Red (close up)
Painted Ladies on Red (front)
Hand guided calm waters are the perfect design for this painted ladies quilt. I spent quite a bit of time helping the piecer pick out a backing and when she picked up the bolt of red fabric, her eyes just lit up, and I knew it was the one!
Flames T-Shirt Quilt (close up)
Flames T-Shirt Quilt (back)
Flames T-Shirt Quilt (front)
I love quilting flames on a masculine T-shirt quilt and this one is no exception! The flames are the perfect motif and look spectacular on the gray backing. What an incredible gift!
Modern Grunge Sampler (close up)
Modern Grunge Sampler (close up corner)
Modern Grunge Sampler (back)
Modern Grunge Sampler (front)
Here is another sampler quilt but this time it is quilted in a modern Graffiti! I used a salmon variegated thread and it turned out fabulous!