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I've been making quilts since 1994.  I don't make them quickly.  Quilts are listed by the finish date, (start date in parentheses).  Scroll all the way down to find Works in Progress and UFOS with corresponding tags.

2017


Jack's I-Spy
(2016-2017)
#jacks_ispy

2016



George's Season Quilt
#seasonquilt


Energy Healing Quilt
#energyhealingquilt


2015



Sunshine and Shadows
#sunshineshadows43


The Lost Years
(2009-2015)
#lostyearsquilt


Skill Builder Sampler
pattern available in Get Started Quilting
(2014-2015)
#LTQF
#skillbuildersampler


2014

Yellow Bears Paw for mom
(2011-2014)

Cecilia's Rain
(2013-2014)


Travel Quilt #2
(2007-2014)
#TQ2
#travelquilt2



2013



Satoru
(2007-2013)


Madelyn's Strings
comission

Brianna's Stars


Jason's baby quilt

Travel Quilt #3
(2010-2013)
pattern available in Quilting on the Go
#TQ3
#travelquilt3

Chaos Scrap


Any Way You Slice It for Jack


2012


Tanuki Stripe
pattern available in Quilting on the Go

Falling Stars
pattern available in Quilting on the Go



Owl Miniquilt


Stretching the Borders


Choose Happiness


Chunky Log Cabin


2011

Life Under Quilts


Procrastination in Blue & Orange
(2010-2011)

Logan's baby quilt


Janel & Ted's Wedding quilt

2010

George's Spider Web
(2009-2010)


Jake's baby quilt


Winter Weekend

2009

My first quilt
(1994-2009)

My Life in T-shirts
(2007-2009)

Post Partum Anti-depression
(2008-2009)

Plain Spoken for George
(2008-2009)



2008

Salisbury Road


2007


Comfort Scrap

Bento Box

Max's Crosses


Winding Ways
(2006-2007)

Travel Quilt #1


2006


2005

2004

Zoitza's baby quilt

1999

Lexi's Quilt

African prints


1998

My college quilt

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  1. It is so neat to see so many of your quilts in one place!

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