My Quilts

Billy Rose's Aquacade, 2017
Broderie perse appliqué mini quilt, my design. 


The Sea of Serpents, 2017
Fusible appliqué, my own design. Longarm quilting by Amy Helton




Flipping the Bird, 2017
Broderie perse appliqué, my design.



Mandala #1, 2016
Broderie perse appliqué mini quilt. My design.




Use Your Glutes
Mini quilt, using our family motto for "try hard and believe in yourself." My design.




You Got This, 2016
Mini quilt, made for my friend Sam Hunter, who says this to me whenever I am doubting myself. 
My design.




A Weird and Wonderful Thing - 2016

A mini-quilt of my own design using broderie perse appliqué.




So Long, Suckers! 2016
Made from Up and Away mini quilt pattern by Whole Circle Studio (octopus is my own addition). Paper piecing, appliqué, trapunto, free motion quilting, hand quilting, and embroidery.








Runway - 2015
My design, pattern available as a PDF here.





Wildflower Park - 2015
My design, pattern available as a PDF here.





Daryl - 2015
My design, pattern available as a PDF here.




I'm A Tula Fan - 2014
My design, based upon traditional dresden plate patterns. Uses all Tula Pink fabric, and all dresden plates are hand appliquéd. Machine quilting by Karlee Porter.





Breaking the Waves - 2013
My design, pieced by me and machine quilted by Lisa Sipes. Appears on the cover of the January/February 2015 issue of Generation Q Magazine.



Alcide Herveaux - 2013
Original design. Tutorial can be found here.


UFO Lights - 2013
Original design.  A bit of an experiment in both design and free motion quilting.



Sew It Like You Stole It - 2013
Made using Sam Hunter's letter patterns from her book Quilt Talk and published in that book as part of a gallery of examples in 2014. Sewing machine is my design and is appliquéd and embroidered. Machine quilting by Lisa Sipes.



Boho Mock Cathedral Window - 2012
I combined a couple Anna Maria Horner lines with a Joel Dewberry collection and used a mock cathedral window method I found here.



Unnamed baby quilt - 2011
This was a free pattern from Kate Spain for Moda using her Terrain collection. (I'd link to it, but I can't find it anymore.) FMQ by little old me.



George Jr. - 2011
That's 676 half-square triangles. Though it's a traditional arrangement, it was my first attempt to make a quilt without a pattern. I named it George Jr because I thought it was so gorgeous it looked like George Clooney and a stack of Hoffman batiks made sweet, sweet love and had a baby. It was quilted by Kelly Cunningham



The PTB Quilt - 2011
Pattern is Boxy Stars by Bonnie Hunter. When my brother was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2010, one of my readers gifted me a plane ticket so I could go see him when I couldn't afford to. This is the quilt I made for her in return. It was quilted by Lisa Sipes









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