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My Quilts

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.


Jack's I-Spy


George's Season Quilt

Energy Healing Quilt


Sunshine and Shadows

The Lost Years

Skill Builder Sampler
pattern available in Get Started Quilting


Yellow Bears Paw for mom

Cecilia's Rain

Travel Quilt #2



Madelyn's Strings

Brianna's Stars

Jason's baby quilt

Travel Quilt #3
pattern available in Quilting on the Go

Chaos Scrap

Any Way You Slice It for Jack


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


Life Under Quilts

Procrastination in Blue & Orange

Logan's baby quilt

Janel & Ted's Wedding quilt


George's Spider Web

Jake's baby quilt

Winter Weekend


My first quilt

My Life in T-shirts

Post Partum Anti-depression

Plain Spoken for George


Salisbury Road


Comfort Scrap

Bento Box

Max's Crosses

Winding Ways

Travel Quilt #1




Zoitza's baby quilt


Lexi's Quilt

African prints


My college quilt


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


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