Monthly Archives: October 2011

My Heart

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on February 5, 2010.     This is a small wall hanging I recently made using five different red fabrics in the heart. The quilt is 28 in X 26.5 … Continue reading

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Cheerful Robots Baby Quilt

I found this robot fabric at Hobby Lobby.  It became the center piece of this baby quilt.  I used bright colors in a basket weave pattern to frame the robots (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple – though the … Continue reading

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Rainbow Blooming Nine Patch

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on January 29, 2010.     My friend Vivian asked me to make a quilt for her grand-daughter K.  Vivian speaks of K as her daughter and is raising her … Continue reading

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Overall Sam Quilt

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on January 22, 2010.     This quilt is made from antique quilt blocks found at an estate sale in the mid-1990s.  The pattern is the male version of Sun … Continue reading

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Lace-Autograph Star Quilt

Here is another quilt top whose photos I found as I cleaned my office.  The quilt top is machine pieced using an autograph star block.  Instead of signatures, I put a piece of antique lace in each signature bar of … Continue reading

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Flower Power Baby Quilt

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on January 15, 2010.   This baby quilt is for Kerri.  She’s expecting a little girl.  I used the court house step block pattern for this quilt.  It is machine … Continue reading

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Trip Around the World

This was originally posted over at Suture for a Living on January 8, 2010.   This quilt is a variation of the drunkard’s path called “trip around the world.”  I began hand piecing the individual 3.25 in blocks in the … Continue reading

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