Machine pieced & quilted. Quilting by Patricia Little This quilt is a wedding gift for my grandson Paul Schaarping and his bride Tiphanie. Paul works for the U.S Forest Service. The colors were chosen to compliment the couple’s home, the leaf and light theme to reflect Paul’s love of nature.
Machine pieced & quilted. This three dimensional “bow-tie” quilt is my traditional baby gift. I love lady bugs and was delighted to find this fabric and bought up all I could find. Sadly, this is the last of this. I learned this pattern at the Loving Stitches Quilt Shop in Stevensville, Michigan.
Machine pieced and quilted. Phil was a great man, meticulously dressed and avid tie collector. I was the proud recipient of many, many, many of his ties whenever he purged his closet. This quilt is in memory of him and was made with over 120 of Phil’s ties. How can you not be “Happy EveryContinue reading “Phil’s Ties
Machine pieced and quilted. This quilt was part of a pattern and kit I bought years ago, long forgotten and took forever for me to find the brown fabric that I wanted to use. What I find most interesting is that sometimes you see the brown diamonds and other times you see the fabric squares.Continue reading “Squares or Diamonds
Machine pieced & quilted. Back applique “80”. This was an 80th birthday gift for my mom, Margarita. This quilt has 80 pieces of fabric and each represented a year and a wish she could make. The side borders are “M”s for her name. She was a great creator and loved projects of all kinds. IContinue reading “80 Wishes for Mom
Machine “crazy” pieced and machine quilted. I’ve become obsessed with “reuse, recycle”. The roses in the quilt are made entirely from small scraps left over from other projects.
Machine pieced and quilted. I saw something like this in a Pottery Barn catalogue long ago. I put it together from scraps of other projects and really loved the result.
Machine pieced and quilted. With a challenge piece, I hope that the fabrics will speak to me. These particular fabrics spoke of roots digging deep into the soil with just a bit of leaf growth above.
applique, machine joined This quilt represents work that began in 1935 by my Mother, Evelyn Schrepfer, at the age of 18 in Peoria, IL. Much later, the uncompleted hand pieced work was given by my Mother to my sister, Suzanne Bucher, when she turned 18 in 1965. When Suzanne’s hand work was completed 48 yearsContinue reading “Spring finally has Sprung!
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