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This colorwash quilt was a gift to my neighbor for dogsitting my pooch for one whole month.

The second quilt I ever made. I designed in myself using graph paper. It is not paper-pieced.

I designed this quilt on EQ. Below is the finished top.




Below is the first "appli-pieced" quilt I made. This technique has been my go-to method since.

Queen-sized Quilt in a Day. Took longer than a day, though.

This quilt is pieced in six sections, then quilted, with the poppies appliqued last. I didn't want to waste fabric.

A souvenir of my trip to Africa.

This is just a little hostess gift for friends.

This was a collaboration quilt. I pieced the stars, Debra Dixon made the embroidered lighthouses, and Deb Geyer did the quilting. This is the EQ version.

"Stay the Course" won a few ribbons.

A Stack 'n Whack quilt for my stepdaughter Michelle.

I made hundreds of these one year.

This was the result of a Can't Believe it's a Sweatshirt class.

My very, very first quilt, 1997. For my granddaughter Shannon.

A Thimbleberries creation.

I wanted to challenge myself with this Bristol Star. It was definitely challenging!

I do love sharp points!

Another pointy challenge. The black background fabric faded, so it lives in a dark closet.

Another self-challenge quilt. The fun was in piecing it. One of these days I'll finish it. Maybe.

A little thing I whipped up after a trip to Alaska. I love the classic quilt blocks in the background.

A quilt design I made in EQ for my second granddaughter Amy.

The real thing.

This Amish-inspired quilt was tough! The finished squares are 1"

This was like the third quilt I ever made. I was in WAY over my head!

I love this piecing design using nautical panels. I gave it to my son, who is into everything sailing.

This day and night quilt was for granddaughter #3, Savannah. This is the night side.

The day side

This little art quilt was the grand prize at my golf club's annual tournament.












































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  1. Love your works of art! I, too, was a quilter for 30 years, but I was never able to achieve a true creative spirit as you have. I admire your skill and patience with such a challenging craft.

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