My Quilts

A Weird and Wonderful Thing - 2016

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



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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