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“Box of Crayons.” A bright, wonderful quilt for a baby or toddler.
“Flower Garden.” This simple quilt is enhanced with an all-over floral quilt pattern.
“Mom’s Flower Garden.” My mother has been a quilter for more than 40 years. To my knowledge, nobody had ever made her a quilt before. I was honored to be the first!
“Red and White.” I made this quilt as a tribute to the “red and white” quilt show in New York City in 2011. It now has a home on my teenage daughter’s bed.
“Baby Genius.” This quilt was pieced by my client, Rochelle G., for her grandson. The contemporary nature of this quilt demanded some very fun quilting.
“Contemporary Nine Patch.” This simple quilt has 24″ blocks. I used blue variegated thread around stars to create an interesting trapunto affect.
“Version IV.” My son named this quilt. It was for a show and I had difficulty getting the weaving to go over and under in the right places. After the fourth version of the quilt, I had it right!
“Study in Beige.” This modern quilt offered a chance to have fun with quilting!
“Cream, Please.” This was a challenge quilt for the Machine Quilter’s Expo in Spring 2012. We were given a range of cream fabric and directions for the quilt. The idea was to make the quilting the star of the piece.
“Fuzzy Flowers” Baby Quilt. This quilt is perfect for a baby girl. The colors are high contrast. And both the front and back have soft, fuzzy, Minkee fabric.