My Quilts

Here's a mini-photo-gallery of some of the quilt projects that I've worked on. 
If I've blogged about a photo, I'll put a link in the caption.
Details and additional photos will be added as I have the time.

These are in no particular order ...
Enjoy!

Click on any picture for an up-close view,
or click blog-links in the caption for additional pictures & descriptions.
 
This is a work in progress; it's a modern Double Wedding Ring quilt;
blogged in several places, including here, here, and here.
 
 
This is one of the first twin-sized quilts that
I pieced AND quilted on the sewing machine.
It's a traditional Log Cabin design.
Blogged here, along with some other quilts.
 
This is a scrap quilt I made for my oldest daughter.
Blogged here, along with a few other quilts.
  
 
This is a scrap quilt I made for my middle daughter.
Blogged here, along with some other quilts.
   
  
My Very Tiny English Paper Piecing ...
It's going to be a wall-hanging ...
Eventually.
Still in progress ...
Blogged several places, including here.
  
This is my Vintage-Inspired,
hand-stitched English Paper Piecing
Still-in-progress quilt top.
I love it, but it's time consuming.
Blogged several places, including here.
  
Two little quilts for two little guys.
As with most quilts, there's a story behind these quilts.
Part of the story is blogged here.
 


 
This Reverse-Applique Sports quilt was fun to make for my son.
It's T-Shirt fabric, which makes it extra-cozy!
Blogged here.

 
 
This is a T-Shirt baby quilt I made for a friend.
Blogged here.
 
A fun baby quilt for a friend.
Blogged here.
 
Shirts-and-Jeans Quilt ...
Blogged here and here.
 
A Minecraft-Inspired quilt ...
My rendition of a Dirt/Grass Block.
Blogged here.
 
This was a fun T-Shirt quilt - rainbow colors and white.
Blogged here.
 
This was a fun one. It's a Minecraft-style quilt for my oldest son.
Blogged here.
 
 
A Doily Quilt! T-shirt fabrics on the front; doilies on the back.
This was a baby quilt for a friend.
Blogged here.
  
This is a fun Minecraft-style quilt for my son.
It's T-Shirt fabric on the front, fleece on the back.
Blogged here.
  
This one's a work in progress:
Flannel and T-Shirt fabrics.
Blogged here.
 
 

For a dear friend ...
this quilt's story is blogged here

 
A Little Bargello Quilt
Blogged here.

I made two baby quilts, out of solid-colored T-shirt squares,
for two nieces that were born in the same month.
Blogged here.
 
Vintage-sheet Kaleidoscopes for my mom.
Blogged here.

The back of the above Vintage-Sheet Quilt.
My mom's mom used to have this SAME kind of sheets on her guest bed.
Same blog post here.


Baby Quilt for a friend
Blogged here.
 
 
More Vintage Sheets in a quilt
I like this, because my grandmother
had sheets just like this on my great-grandfather's bed for years.
Blogged here.

 
Solid-colored T-Shirt squares,
made into a Fleece-and-T-shirt Quilt
Blogged here.

Octagonal Kaleidoscopes for Lisa
Blogged here.

Wholecloth Disney Princess Quilt
Blogged here.

Wholecloth Toy Story Quilt
Blogged here.

A Kaleidoscope Quilt -
Floral Kaleidoscopes made from a twin-sized floral sheet.
Blogged here.

Kaleidoscope Quilt for friends' adoption fundraiser.
Blogged here.

Baby Quilt for my niece
Blogged here.

Cathedral Windows Mini-Quilt
Proof that Cathedral Windows can be sewn by machine!
Blogged here.


The Scrappy Shirt Quilt,
given to my aunt, in memory of her 3 brothers
Blogged here.

This is the back of The Scrappy Shirt Quilt (above)
Same blog post here.
 
Window Quilt made of Shirts and Sheets
blogged here


Fleece and Jeans Quilt for a friend
Blogged here


Floral Window Quilt
Blogged here


Blue Shirt Quilt
Blogged here when it was a quilt top;
blogged again here when it was finally quilted!


A baby quilt for a friend
Blogged here


Little Quilt for my nephew
Blogged here


Little Quilt for my nephew
Blogged here



Homespun plaids and red Quilt Top
Blogged here


Bargello Quilt Top 66" x 80"
Blogged here

Floral Kaleidoscope Quilt Top
Blogged here.

The Floral Kaleidoscope Quilt Top (above), now quilted.
Same Blog Post here.


Tossed Nine Patch Frogs
Blogged here

Baby Quilt Top
Yellow Brick Road Style

Hello Kitty Irish Chain Quilt Top
Blogged here.



White Hexagons quilt - wedding gift for a friend
Blogged here

Purple Braid Quilt Top


Sort-of-a-Postage-Stamp Quilt top,
(Except the patches were 2 or 3 inches across.)


The first big quilt I made - and HAND-quilted!
Blogged here, and well-enjoyed!


Baby Quilt for my niece

Bargello Heart Quilt Top

Baby Quilt for a friend ...
with a pillow my daughter made

A baby quilt for a friend ...
The pillow at the top was my daughter's contribution to the project.

Baby quilt for a Canadian-American friend,
with a matching doll quilt

Blue and brown checkerboard baby quilt top
One Block Wonder Kaleidoscope - Baby quilt for a friend
This is the back of the flag quilt above,
with the little pillow my little girl made.

Log Cabin Baby Quilt for a friend

A sweet friend's baby quilt ...
I love the rainbow-y-ness & the fun backing fabric.

Baby quilts, inspired by Amanda Jean at CrazyMomQuilts
Her free pattern pdf link is in this blog post
(I loved the concept & made it in miniature!)

Hourglass Quilt Top


A baby quilt for a friend

The first Jeans Quilt I made,
for my oldest son.
Blogged here
My youngest son's Jeans Quilt
Blogged here

My oldest daughter's Jeans Quilt
Blogged here

My youngest daughter's Jeans Quilt
Blogged here

Fun baby quilt for a friend

Baby Quilt for my niece;
with a partial view of the little pillow my daughter made to go with it

Baby Quilt for a friend.

This was a quilt a friend asked me to make for a friend of hers;
fun challenge, since I embroidered Bible verses,
with my regular sewing machine.
I think it turned out great!
My middle daughter's Jeans Quilt
Blogged here

One of my first attempts at Bargello.
Lots of fun.

My version of a "Yellow Brick Road"-style quilt top.

Postage-Stamp-y quilt ...
If I recall correctly, the "postage stamps"
finished about an inch and a half, maybe two inches.

Baby quilt for my niece -
I had fun with improv-pieced "made fabric"
for the circles. Blogged here

Pinwheel Quilt Top -
Fascinating story - blogged here

This one's a favorite - blogged here
It's still a quilt top, but it's the next quilt top
that I'm planning to quilt for myself

Kaleidoscopes Quilt Top
Blogged here

The very large Carolina Panthers Jeans Quilt
Blogged here

The Very Pink Irish Chain Quilt Top
Blogged here

The Calendar Jeans Mini-Quilt
Blogged here and for sale on Etsy

Fun checkerboard quilt top

Pumpkin Mini-Quilt for a friend
Blogged here


Baby quilt for a friend

Quilt I made for my youngest daughter.

Quilt for a friend's baby

Tossed Nine Patch Quilt Top, with Mini-Quilt Top

Green & Yellow Braid Quilt Top


Pumpkins Mini-Quilt Top


Baby Quilt for a friend ... My first Kaleidoscope quilt, I think,
and one of my first tries at free-motion quilting.

Baby Quilt for my nephew ... Tossed Nine Patch

Kaleidoscope quilt top ...
Mentioned in this blog post


Another sort-of-a-Postage-Stamp Quilt Top


Little Pick-Up-Sticks Quilt Top

Little Braid Quilt Top
I still have it, and now that it's the header to my blog,
I think I'll keep it. :-)

Bear's Paw Quilt Blocks
my contribution to a project of my mom's

"Color Splash" Quilt Top with improv-pieced "made fabric" patches


Christmas Hexagons Quilt
Blogged here




  
The Green Kaleidoscope Quilt
that lives in my living room
Blogged here


Fun Flannel Rag Quilt
Blogged here

I made a couple of these, as baby quilts for friends ...
Made with "stack & whack" piecing method

Bargello Rainbow Quilt Top
Blogged here

Christmas Mini-Quilt Top
The reds and greens are improv-pieced.

This was one of my first attempts at curved piecing,
making the "Drunkard's Path" blocks.
Blogged here

More fun with curved piecing
Blogged here

Kaleidoscope Quilt Top
Mentioned in this blog post.

Christmas Mini - Blogged here



2 comments:

  1. What an incredible number of awesome projects! Very inspiring, thanks for the "show and tell".

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  2. You have been one very busy quilter. Wonderful quilts, and I especially like the Little Pick Up Sticks(was that hard?) and your Christmas Hexagon Quilt. Very lovely.

    blessings, jill

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