Aussie Wonder

Melanie Anderson

Machine pieced and quilted. This is a technique called one block wonder. All of the hexagons (except the cubes) come from one piece of fabric. I love the surprise each rendition brings.

Four Sheets to the Wind

Melanie Anderson

Fusing, machine piecing, beading and free motion quilting. I always love (and sometimes hate) a challenge. Wrestling other people’s fabric choices into something I can love is an embraceable challenge once a year.  

Folk Flower Fun

Cathy Baker

Reverse applique, machine pieced, machine quilted. This quilt began at an in-person class with Ann Marie Horner. Her fun-loving personality and many of her fabrics show in this delightful garden of flowers.

Erin and Jon’s Chuppah

Abby Block

Machine Applique This custom Chuppah (wedding canopy) was designed and made for grandchildren Jon and Erin Gordon. Their Hebrew names cut from map fabric, signifying their love of travel, are appliqued on each family tree. The underside of each leaf is monogrammed with 6 generations of direct ancestors. The center section depicts their fondness for vegetables, sunsets, and the deer that appeared atContinue reading “Erin and Jon’s Chuppah

Abby Block

Global Warning & Enigma

Diana Burrows

Fusing and smushing with Elmer’s glue & water mixture. Sun so hot the glaciers are melting. The water is so high only the highest parts ofland are showing. It’s so high it is spilling out of the piece.


Nona C Flores

Machine pieced/machine quilted. This quilt was juried into the “Words Matter” exhibit at the Art Center, Highland Park, in summer 2021.    

Easter Morning 2020

Nona C Flores

Machine pieced, raw-edge fused applique,  long arm quilted. I completed this quilt top on Easter morning 2020. The design is “Towards the Sun” by Robin Pickens. Sue DiVarco designed and completed the longarm quilting.