Monthly Archives: April 2011

Yellow Flower

This small art quilt was inspired by a photo of a multinodular goiter in a JAMA article (photo credit), the upper right image here. I took the photo and enlarged it more than 400% to create this template on freezer … Continue reading

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Estonian Garden Shawl

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on February 27, 2009.   I’ve finished knitting another lace shawl. As with the other one, it took me months to do. I don’t mind. This one was knitted using … Continue reading

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Wonky Star Blocks

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on February 14, 2009.   As you know, Australia has had horrible bushfires recently with loss of entire communities, businesses, homes, and lives.  Knowing I quilt, Dr Cris sent this … Continue reading

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Fracture II or Roses

A couple of years ago I made my first quilt using this technique called fracturing.  This time I started with four of these pieces of fabric I then cut into the pieces as described (see this post). I mis-cut one … Continue reading

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Buckeye’s Baby Quilt

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on February 13, 2009. This baby quilt is for our blog friend, Buckeye Surgeon.  His wife will be having a baby soon.  I have no idea whether the baby is … Continue reading

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Hands Across America Flag Quilt

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living  on January 23, 2009.   Taking a break from my four seasons quilt, let me show you this flag quilt that I made in 1999.  I was inspired by the … Continue reading

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Stairway to Heaven Baby Quilt

This baby quilt was made back in 1996 for my friend Marla who left her surgery residency after the fourth year to pursue her love of languages.  She now does medical translation work for John Hopkins. The center area of … Continue reading

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