Quilt Gallery

 Some of my quilts 
these are some of my quilts, which I have added here as a sort of reference.  It is quite an incomplete listing, but I want to try to get most of them recorded here eventually. 
They are all original designs unless otherwise noted, although many are just traditional patterns.
Charming Topsy Turvy, 

"Dottie" a pattern by Cluck, Cluck, Sew 
 Disappearing Nine-patch
Child size Yellow Brick Road

Jelly Roll Race, August, 2013

Batik Charm quilt with sashing, August 2013 finished

a little dresden plate table center, August 2013

Batik charm squares August 2013

Jelly Belly patten by Zen Chic, but a smaller size, using fabrics from Parson Gray, and shot cottons from Westminster fabrics, August 2013
Baby Snowball, using flannel, August, 2013

Saturday Sampler "Sun and Sky" finally finished august, 2013. 
table runner using a mini-charm pack, july 2013

July, 2013, modified x and + blocks, mostly art gallery fabrics

Little stars table runner, Primitive Gatherings snowman fabrics

Sidewalks, using Tula Pink Salt water fabrics, and Pearl solid

Parson Gray crosses quilt,

Yellow brick road with fussy cut large sections scattered with the blocks,
don't know what to call this one.  Scrappy quilt with bigstitch quilting in the border with pearl cotton

Falling water, using fabrics from Me and my Sister by moda, Feb 2013

Fallingwater baby size, march 2013

zig zag table runner, on point blocks
this one is from several years ago! maybe 2002,
from a Fig Tree Quilts pattern,

From a pattern by Maggie Walker,  she did several wonderful patterns,

cushion out of wool

this was from about 1998 or so, just a little wall hanging

a log cabin with half inch finished logs.  a lot of sewing but really worth it.  fabrics were mostly by FunQuilts

double wedding ring medallion, with some applique, another older quilt from about 15 years ago. 

a little wall hanging, with some applique and embroidery and even beads!

a little four patch with connector corners, in beach colors,

my favorite quilt of all time.  it is so nice to use, from 2000

A little log cabin with sailboatz centers, from about 2005.  The sailboats were from a Stargazey pattern by Jan Mullen from Australia

this was a pattern from a book from Cori Doerkson and Myra Harder from Manitoba.

a wall hanging from about 2005, a pattern from Letitia Hutchins,

a table center, with wool applique in the center,

Olivia! with a star border of course,

the fabrics are from Alexander Henry, about 2009 or 2010,

baby quilt with little bunnies in the center of the blocks.  hand applique on the borders,

whirling star. never again. 

spools, using mostly woven homespun fabrics. 

Small Christmas Quilt, Feb, 2013 finish

ribbon table runner, february, 2013
ribbon carpet bag, feb, 2013
February, 2013
hexie table runner, autumn, 2012
November, 2012, Ziggurat, baby quilt with Architextures fabric
Chevron table runner, November, 2012
random logs, October 2012, finished Feb, 2013
button tree, october, 2012
pretty pastel strip pieced quilt, October, 2012

March, 2012, Art to Heart sampler blocks (from our Saturday Surprise Sampler program) with applique designs from the book "Birds of a Feather"

Jan, 2012, Japanese x and pluses quilt
The Swedish Sampler quilt, the first block of the month we offered that was our own design!
Sheherzade, a mosaic pattern, based on a Kaffe Fassett design, but the blocks are much smaller scale, and a couple more borders, from several yrars ago,
"flower friends" a store sample,
it used many small focus blocks
One of my favorites!  It is from a Jan Mullen pattern, "Cuppaz". the blocks are not paper pieced, but are made in a sew, flip, trim technique.  Most of the fabrics ar from Jan Mullen as well.
Another bright quilt.  Sheherezade II.  Uses reverse applique, with embroidered vines and appliqued leaves.
2010 or 2011,  Simple four patch blocks, on point alternating with white squares,

Another favorite.  It is a simple two color quilt, but with some lovely trapunto machine quilting that Deb Barlow contributed!.   The borders were paper pieced.

This is one of my older quilts.  I got the pattern from a piece of wrapping paper that had photos of quilts on it.  It was hand quilted by Adeline Sawatzky.

January, 2012
added in January 2012, but mostly sewn about 5 or 6 years ago,
November, 2011, baby's snowball quilt
a Double Irish Chain, started in about 2004, finished November, 2011, hand quilting by Adeline Sawatzky,

October, 2011, the prototype for "Tic-Tacs"

"Tic-Tacs", the large block version using flannel, November, 2011

November, 2011, "Scattered Blocks", using 6 Sampler blocks of Art to Heart fabrics
marmalade, pattern made in 2010
"Hopscotch"pattern, by Pat Speth, 2010 (this quilt is actually finished now), you could make a nice tablerunner from this pattern,
my 10 year project, started at riverside: English paper piecing and machine applique (finished on Jan 19,2011!)

Big star quilt

 this pattern was a variation on a disappearing nine patch, with those flip over connector corners

An Atkinson pattern, with moda fabrics,

 Topsy Turvy, a pattern using charm squares

simple quilt using a panel by Alexander Henry and triple bar sashing

 quilts in bags ready to give away

a smaller quilt using curved piecing.  the pattern was a free download, I think

A happy quilt using a lot of Westminster fabrics.  It was inspired by a quilt I saw in an advertisement in one of those Australian quilt magazines. 

This quilt used leftover bits from other quilts. 

 "A Few of My Favorite Things",

This uses the "Crazy Patch" templates from Shar Jorgenson. 

 this was a pattern from Windham, available as free download on their site.  I quite like it!

a golden oldie! Flying geese country colors, seen in a Quilter's newsletter magazine a long time ago! 

In this quilt I was trying an offset block setting for 12 inch blocks.

 This is a free download pattern by Amy Butler

Another Shoo-Fly on point, with Westminster Fabrics. 

I called this one pastel Slapplique, it is a Magic Tiles that is only cut twice instead of 4 times, sot hat you get that off-center four patch.  In the large spaces, I added some raw edge applique.  I like this quilt.
small quilt, 2008, free pattern from SSeas, fabrics by Amy Butler
X and O's revisited in 1800 reproduction fabris, my first written pattern in 2003
odds and ends, scrappy quilt 2010 ( this is finished now)
disappearing nine-patch, 2010

Saturday Surprise Sampler, Round 1, ca. 2004, used Robyn Pandolph fabrics from moda, the applique is both by machine, and needleturn,.  It was machine quilted by Deb Barlow.

my first disappearing nine-patch, from 2005?

It was machine quilted by Deb Barlow.

disappearing nine patch with flannel scraps, 2009? or 10
I had some fun with four-patches, and 1930's fabric (this quilt is finished now)

shoo-fly/counterchange, made with Marianne Elizabeth fabrics from Benartex
another scrappy disappearing nine-patch, with recyled embroidery
Index cards, on left, shoo-fly on right(sewn by Val)
Saturday Surprise Samplers hanging at store,
more Saturday Surprise Samplers, the blue and green one is "Sun and Sky", the dark one, "Cranberry Harvest", the pink bordered one is "A Thousand Flowers" and the red one, was another moda grouping
disappearing nine-patch with fabrics from American Jane for moda
Saturday Surprise sampler using Mary Rose fabrics, with puzzle set-"Scattered Blocks"

SSSampler, Kansas trouble fabrics, puzzle set-"Scattered Blocks"
Puzzle set using childrens panel fabric-"Scattered Blocks"
flannel quilt made with scraps
Tia's quilt, 2005?
Three Panel quilt,
back of the 3 panel asian quilt
BQ, (pattern b Maple Island Quilts) using 6-inch focal fabrics
Disappearing Nine-Patch, turned on it's side
  chenille border
Geoffery's quilt? melon ball
Laurel and Doug's quilt, a large scrappy log cabin, quilted by Deb Barlow
this is the same quilt, when it was up on the wall
some red and white quilts: 16 square log cabin on left, Cinnamon Hearts on right

Red and white quilts, using embroidered redwork by E. Nagley? (Deb B's mom)
Red and white single Irish Chain.  Iron on Redwork
"Groovin" A block of the month pattern designed by Bird on A Wire (my good friends Wendy and Jackie)!  We did this as a kit in 2008 or so

This 9 block quilt features wool applique on "Sandcastle" fabric.  

This is the second time I made this medallion quilt.  This time it features fabrics by Kaye England, "Gothic Grace", which is fussy cut for the center and for some cornerstones.

 the first time I made this quilt I used some really lovely fabrics, Yuwa, and the center is pieced rather than a focus fabric.

 Small quilt, a design by Jo Morton

a Christmas quilt, the centers are from a panel

 this is a ragged flannel quilt.  the back is shown below

 Chenille "car blanket".  We've made several of these as kits for the shop, most often using Minkee for the chenille.  It is a nice beginner project.
"Cinnamon Hearts".  I quite like this design.  
this little quilt is inspired by Laurel Burch.  It only measures about 9" x 12"

 this is a little table center with a Christmas flair.  I included it in the same pattern as the large quilt below.

This is actually quite a large quilt.  It is made with flannel batiks

Below is the first quilt I made with the Atkinson pattern "Yellow Brick Road"
 This small wall quilt is called "Fair Ladies"

 A Jo Morton pattern, using many of her fabrics

"Sugar Snaps" a free download pattern
on left, hexagon quilt using Art Gallery Fabrics, on right, a bulls-eye raw edge applique scrap quilt
Quilt on wall is a pattern by    The folded one in front was a pattern from a Kim Schaeffer book
Wall Hanging with selvedges, after the one on the Selvage blog

Corn and Beans, I don't remember if it is a pattern by Jo Morton.

Rail Fence, using my leftover fabrics of "Marleigh" some Benartex fabrics we used one year for the Saturday Sampler.

This is a variation on a pattern that was a free download by Marinda Stewart.

"Layer Cake Lattice" This design starts with 10 inch squares.

The same rail fence quilt as above, but I am unable to rearrange the order of these photos at the moment

"Topsy Turvy" This pattern uses 5" charm squares.  I think it is a good design.

Rail Fence on point, uses a Jelly Roll

"A Few of My Favorite Things" using a Deb Strain Panel

Another version of "Topsy Turvy"

Child size Dresden Plate

This kid's quilt has no name, but I absolutely love the rabbit print in the border.

A little quilt based on a Jo Morton pattern

"Bunny Love", a flannel quilt that is inspired by the Maywood fabric collection of that name.

Can't remember what I called this quilt.  It uses fabrics by Whimsicals, machine quilted by Deb Barlow,

Another Jo Morton pattern for little quilts

"Layer Cake Lane" this starts with 10 inch squares, or just strips cut from yardage.

a fish quilt.  Raw edge fusible applique

 Table Runners:

Pattern from Skinny Quilts II book
pattern is a free download
odds and ends of 1930's

Red Dresden plates, inspired by Galloping Pony quilts
M and M's  double wedding ring with Hawaiian applique
Pattern from Bird on a Wire designs, fabrics from Basic Grey for moda

 A little mosaic pattern

 table runner using some sample blocks that were "orphans"

 From an Atkinson pattern, "Radish Roses"

Another Atkinson pattern, "Waffle Time" using "Marleigh" fabrics by Benartex

 A little table runner that features repeating patterns using fabrics by Paula Nadelstern.
Melange of scrap projects and antique ribbon trims.

very long table runner using Jovial Fabrics, Nov, 2011

some fusible applique on linen, with a crocheted linen edging, Jan 2012

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