IQI Hand appliqued; long arm quilted by Debbie Bookman. I made this for a delightful little girl named Kora.
IQI Hand appliqued, long arm quilted by Amy Parker. I challenged myself to use pastel fabrics. My appliqué group, Flying Needles, added to the challenge by contributing some fabrics that needed to be included.
IQI Machine pieced; long arm quilted by Debbie Bookman. This is the result of an IQI workshop with Amy Walsh of Blue Underground Patterns. I used their Green Glass Doors pattern but chose to use red and black. Amy encouraged me to scrap it.
Machine pieced. This is an older quilt that is one of my favorites and introduction to batiks. Class at Quiltology which was my first official quilt shop experience. Quilted by Sally Evanshank.
Fusible applique – machine pieced & quilted by me. This was my first attempt at raw edge appliqué – saw the pattern and kit at the quilt show and I knew I needed a little shot of café Cubano!
Machine pieced and quilted by me. What’s better than Santa? Fun and easy quilt using the Santa panel.
Machine pieced, machine appliqué, machine quilted. I love scraps and I love using them up. This quilt is made of, primarily, a box of leftover strips from another project. I was thrilled with the result, and Amy Parker quilted it for me.
Machine pieced and free motion quilted, machine applique. These are the scraps from a “One Block Wonder” I did last year. I am captivated by the leftover triangles and they make numbers for me. Can you see the date?
Machine pieced and free motion quilted. This is our guild’s 30th Quilt-In Anniversary Quilt. All of the signatures of participants are on the back, nestled in X’s. The song X’s and O’s was on the radio a lot while I was quilting it.