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To this...Laura Tills and her Grandma made this quilt before Laura left for college (over 20 years ago). Over the years, the quilt was used and loved by Laura’s family . . . loved to the point that the batting was coming through tears in the quilt. Laura wanted the quilt restored so that her family could continue to use it for years to come. It was a joy to help Laura realize her dream.
William and his Harry Potter Quilt. His mom, Joanne Krause, found the quilt top at a shop that was going out of business in the early 2000s. In 2017, she decided it was time to have it finished. I used a star and swirl pattern that complemented Harry and his wand. Enjoy your quilt, William.
These two quilts were originally part of a king-size quilt made by Eleanor Link in the late 1970's and used for many years by Rosemarie and Charles Link. In 2017, Eleanor’s granddaughter, Mary, had the quilt divided into 4 lap size quilts for her 4 children.
A bug jar quilt. One of my favorite patterns. (June 2017).
Annette W. asked me to make a table runner for her sister. The colors she requested were red, navy, pink and green. Turned out great! (Apr. 2017)
Carol's quilt for her granddaughter. Quilted on Bettie, my A-1 long-arm. (June 2017)
Carol W. made this quilt for her granddaughter. She wanted to make something very colorful. I think she succeeded. (June 2017)
Jean V. made this quilt for her lake house and asked me to quilt it. It's one of the first quilts I quilted on Bettie, my A-1 long arm. (June 2017)
Jean V's quilt. The quilting pattern was called "Lake." (June 2017)
Happy Birthday to my best friend, Jean. We've known each other since 4th grade. (2017)
Quilted for my good friend Janet's sister Joyce who is battling cancer. July 2017.
This wall hanging was made for the Christ the King Rosary Assemblers in celebration of their 10th anniversary. (March 2017)
Renee & Zech's wedding Quilt. May 2016.