My daughter pieced all the blocks for this quilt. Then
I pieced it together and quilted it.
This overall pattern is called "Pentas"
This is a black
and white snowball quilt pattern, quilted for a client
Quilted with an
allover pattern called "Pansy Swirl"
This ended up
being an extra long twin, perfect for the dorm room.
This was a fun one to quilt -
we used very pretty variegated thread. This is
an allover pattern called "Pansy Swirl"
A french braid
pattern made from what is called a "jelly roll" (or a roll
of 40 strips that are 2 1/2 inches wide)
Quilted with a
subtle brown variegated thread, in the pattern I call
This baby quilt was quilted
for a client.
I used a quilting pattern
with lion, giraffes and elephant, all of which were in the
fabric in the quilt. This quilting pattern is called
This wall hanging quilt made by a client for her daughter
This quilt originally had been started to be hand quilted.
It had gotten bunched up. So we un-quilted part of it
and put it on the frame. I was then able to take her
hand quilting pattern and convert it to a continuous line
design. I call the design "windy day"
This quilt was made by a
client for her daughter-in-law for Christmas. I call
it the pink and green zebra quilt.
We quilted it with black
thread in a pattern I drew up and call "zebra stripes"
This was for my son's 21st birthday - I call it the plaid
This was actually a
semi-custom quilt. It was a pantograph pattern,
but I fit it in each row of pinwheels. The pattern is
called "Fleur de Lis
This is a client's quilt made
from a panel of trains.
You can see the quilting here. It's a pattern