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Family Library
Name of Maker: myself
Family Library
Neutral Stars
Name of Maker: myself
Neutral Stars
Hidden in Plain Site
Name of Maker: myself
Hidden in Plain Site - This quilt pattern was created by me and used as a mystery quilt for my local guild. It was thrilling to see all the different color and fabric combinations after the mystery was finished!
Kayley's Quilt
Name of Maker: Sue Erdreich
Kayley's Quilt - Soon-to-be baby gift in my signature bright colors. I adapted Karla Alexander's "Bent Out of Square" because I love the technique and the play of color, and It's perfect for batiks.
Olivia's Garden
Name of Maker: Dana Patterson
Olivia's Garden - I liked the design presented on the HGTV website as a block of the month, but it was too homogenous for me and I have a little Granddaughter named Olivia. So, my version is Olivia's Garden. I added baby birds in the bird houses and honeybees and butterflies with my Bernina Embroidery Machine. Then, I thought the quilt needed some drama, so I added a kitten hunting the baby birds and a puppy intimidated by a butterfly on his nose. I added some free-motion wood-graining to the fence at the bottom. Also tweaked the colors -- -- quite a bit, actually. It was fun!
Christmas Morning Stars
Name of Maker: Dana Patterson
Christmas Morning Stars - Took a Pat Speth class and wow, did I get hooked on nickels!
Color Me Yellow
Name of Maker: Bonnie Botts
Color Me Yellow - I love this quilt pattern (Yellow Brick Road) for fast gifts....whether its a bed size quilt or a baby quilt it goes together very fast and each one is so different. This baby quilt was given as a gift, made and quilted by Bonnie Botts
Presented by
Name of Maker: NA
Caribean Breeze
Name of Maker: Susan Rice
Caribean Breeze
Fun at the Beach
Name of Maker: Aunt Angel
Fun at the Beach - Gave quilts to the twins in 2003 and they have not taken them off the beds since. Are used every night and well loved! Fabrics are all beach/sea themed, sewn into pinwheels, four patches and what ever caught my fancy. They live in Sarasota Florida only a few miles from the Gulf of Mexico.
Road to Oklahoma
Name of Maker: Angee
Road to Oklahoma - This was the first quilt that I started and it took me ten years to finish it. It was too hard as a beginner so I went on to other projects , taking this out from time to time to work on. A love hate relationship! The hand quilting took 2 months.

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