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hot-wall-hanging
Name of Maker: Buttel Jill

Hot Wall Hanging

bag-for-kate
Name of Maker: Buttel Jill

Bag for Kate

kathy-quilt
Name of Maker: Buttel Jill

Quilt for a friend

hexagon-ball-2
Name of Maker: Jill Buttel

Hexagon Ball

mandala-1
Name of Maker: Suellen Glover

This pattern is made of 5 wedges, each with 3 pieces - mirror image top pieces and a point.  I did not want to bind a 10 sided quilt, and thought it would be easier for the recipient to hang as a square.  I added an extension to each of the 10 top pieces and the squared it off.

ruth-s-flower-garden
Name of Maker: Ruth Briscoe

Flower garden center of quilt pieced by my daughter's great grandmother in 1930s and 1940s. Passed to me in 1977 if I agreed to quilt. With assist from my sister I found reproduction fabric for extended border with vines.

twins
Name of Maker: Margaret Gehret
Sleepy time fabrics in Take 5 pattern for two sweet babies. Same fabrics, different layouts, borders and backing.
ryan-and-madison-s-wedding-quilt
Name of Maker: Joyce Allen

I made the for my nephew and his fiancé for their wedding.

jinney-byer-redo.1
Name of Maker: Vicky LaValley

This quilt was a class on Craftsy. It is a Jinny Byer fabric and pattern. I change the basket blocks to a block using all my machine designs using a circle attachment. It was machine stitched and  commically quilted. The backing had 5 of the basket blocks from Jinny Byers pattern and fabric. It measures, 85" square.

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"G"

Name of Maker: Susan L. Jaenen-Griffin

“G” is a quilt from the sub-series “Lemon- Aide with a Twist of Lyme” part of the “52 Yarns of Lyme – The Lyme Dis-Ease Series by Susan L. Jaenen-Griffin.  Included in the sub-series are 26 quilts that utilize over 75 different techniques.  I created these quilts while attempting to relearn the techniques that I had lost because of Lyme.    Each quilt refers to myriad of treatments that I was undergoing at the time I created them.  The following is the artist statement for the quilt “G”

 

“Garlic (Allium sativum), Ginger (Zingiber officinale), Glutathione”

Garlic is considered to be nutritionally complete with minerals, trace elements, provitamins, fiber and essential oils.  Its anti-bacterial properties cover a wide range of gram positive and negative bacteria.  It is also a strong natural antibiotic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-spasmodic. The rhizome of Zingiber officinale has pain relieving properties, digestive benefits and enzyme actions.  It is anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, antimicrobial, anti-arthritic and an antioxidant.  It has the potential to prevent Lyme carditis.   The antioxidant action of glutathione removes the endotoxins secreted by spirochetes.


 


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