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Name of Maker: FloridaMissy
"House on Willow Farm" - My son lives in a 100 year old renovated brick farm house and the farm is lined with twisted branch willow trees. I thought the design fit perfectly but had to add "Katie" the beagel.
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Name of Maker: Carol Ann Freda

This quilt of a grape vine bearing it's fruit is a gift for my sister this Christmas. It represents the bible verse John 15:2 , Every branch in me that does not bear fruit he takes away, and every branch that does bear fruit he prunes, that it may bear more fruit.

Name of Maker: Wilma Moss
"I Love Dogs" - My daughter owns a dog grooming spa and owns three dogs of her own. I made this quilt for her 40th birthday.
Name of Maker: Louanne Graeber
"In Full Bloom" - "In Full Bloom" was a block of the month. I love the explosion of color and flowers in this one.
Name of Maker: Slawson
"Indian Summer"
Name of Maker: Connie Terry
"Iris Garden" - This kit was given to me from my mother in the late 60's. I did the cross stitch on it over a 33 year period and when I wanted to start making quilts I finished this project first. I ran out of thread and searched for the Peri-Lusta on internet but was unable to purchase it. Fortunately I was able to match the colors perfectly with DMC. I'm not really fond of cross stitch but it is a treasure to me knowing how many years and hours I worked on it while raising our five children. There are many irises quilted in which makes it even more beautiful.
Name of Maker: Dawn Kaniper
"It wasn't supposed to be Blue" - This was made during a class I took. The number of blocks was mind-boogling! I started out with a focus fabric that I never used.
Name of Maker: Sue Sweeney
"It's A Deal" - This quilt was made as a thank you gift for a very generous person who did me a HUGE favor. Coincidentally, her daughter is a big fan of the "Wizard Of Oz" so it really struck a cord for her family! The blues and yellows of this quilt just sang to me.
Name of Maker: Jeannette
"Jane Austen's Writing Table Quilt" - This pattern is from Linda Franz's "Jane Austen's Writing Table Quilt"
Name of Maker: Yolande
"Jardin entrelazado"
Name of Maker: Judy Rittmeyer
"Jelly Fish" for Wesley - I used a Timeless Treasure jelly roll that I found and just had to buy because the colors were so wonderful. I also really wanted to get the quilt done and thought having the strips already cut would make things go faster. Well, live and learn. After I eliminated two rows to re-size the quilt I then had to refigure the cutting directions, the piecing was more complicated than I had anticipated and then I added lots of free motion quilting so all in all it was not a fast quilt to make but lots of fun.
Name of Maker: mrkeptinstitches
"Jenny's Quilt" - "Jenny's quilt" The manager of my local sewing center, commissioned me to do this quilt for her nephew's wedding. It's a revised nine patch in various white on black, and black on white with a deep red half on the center half square triangle, and a piano key border. It was quilted in the ditch except the center. Finally accented with a deep red binding. I really hated to give it up, but a deal's a deal.
Name of Maker: Shirley Norman
"Ji Whiz, you have a pretty garden" - I saw the arrangement of the Log Cabin in a magazine, and incorporated the dimensional flower from another. As a love gift for a friend from Thailand. Of course, I had to explain the meaning of the idiom, Gee Whiz.
Name of Maker: Joy Sterner
"Joey's Airplane Quilt" - Airplanes in flight, from the earliest vintage to jets and Heliocopters. Edge is paper pieced simple airplane shapes. Machine pieced and quilted on a Bernina sewing machine, 1230.
Name of Maker: JoAnn Camp
"Josie" - "Josie" is my granddaughter. When she first saw this quilt, she was very quiet, but when I asked her if she knew who it was, she nodded and said "It's me!"
Name of Maker: Patti Hempen
"Kaleido-Poppies" - I am always buying very large focus fabrics which steer me toward my love of kaleidoscopes. This is a hexagon kaleidoscope made from very large poppy print that was fun and easy to make. All flowers were outline quilted in invisible thread. I loved it so much, I bought the identical fabric in pink! Of course!



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