Quilting Gallery

This gallery is a collection of quilts I have made that were not entered into competition or did not win prizes. Most are a combination of using a purchased pattern plus my own ideas. I find it really hard to follow any pattern through to completion. Many of these have been given away as gifts or donated as Challenge quilts.

swirl7

swirl5

zenties4

ugly3

 

modernback

grad5

sister act1

Sister Act I

Sister act2

Sister Act II

placemat spring

Spring Placemats

plan c full

Pathfinder

Primitive Patches (started September 2015; finished January 2016): Love, love, love this quilt on cold winter nights. Made with quilting flannel on the front and minke on the back. The pattern is a simple disappearing 4 patch. It was quilted by Donna Reznik of Inthreadible Quilting.

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Primitive Patches

Anne’s Garden (started 2015; finished 2016):  This quilt is in honour of my mom. I used one of her old quilts to make the pattern and I quilted it in a simple cross hatch pattern, with meandering in the border. Anne’s Garden was raffled off to someone who subscribed to my blog. No strings attached.  I appreciate the time and effort of those who read my posts.

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Anne’s Garden

Simple Symmetry (Started 2013; finished 2016): You may be familiar with Paula Nadelstern’s work with bi-lateral symmetrical fabrics. I started this in one of her classes and then didn’t have enough fabric to make 3 designs in any row so this project stalled. In the end I decided to make 5 rows with 2 repeats instead of 3 repeats. It doesn’t give you the visual impact but done is better than not.

PN done

Simple Symmetry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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