~~ 2014 Finishes ~~

This Double Slice quilt is made from the Birchbark Lodge line of fabric.  It was made for my husband Jeff, who loves the earth tones and woodsy look of the fabric.  It looks good on the bed in our guest room.  It was fast and fun to make. and I will use this pattern again and again.  Machine quilted by Reggie Ward.

The New Circles quilt was made from a Zoe layercake and white Bella fabric.  It was super fun and easy to make in raw-edge applique.  My quilter, Reggie, did a phenomenal job quilting the circles with tiny stippling.

This pattern is called 'You've Got Mail' but I named ours 'Love Letters'.  It's made from the Josephine line of fabric by French General for Moda.  I l-o-v-e the rosy reds with the browns and creams and it looks great with our living room colors.  This will be our Christmas quilt this year and probably for many years to come.  Miss Dottie fell in love with this quilt when I was making it.  It was beautifully quilted by Reggie, whose work never fails to bring my quilts to live.  Thanks again, Reggie!

I'm fond of making and using table runners.  This mini tumbler runner was made from scraps of Ruby and Apple of My Eye fabrics.  It was quilted by my friend and LAQer Reggie and she did a wonderful job!  These colors go well in our kitchen.


This is my daughter's birthday quilt made from the Luna Notte fabric line by Three Sisters for Moda.  I made a quilt like this for us a couple years ago and our daughter liked it so much I decided to make her one of her own.  The difference between the two quilts is the outer borders.  This fabric line is discontinued and I was fortunate to find enough of it on the Internet to put this quilt together.  I hope she likes it.

This little Plus Sign quilt was quick and easy to make from 5-inch squares.  I used 5 charm packs I had on hand (although I didn't use all the charms) plus a few different fabrics from my stash.  The Backing a French script and I have no idea what it says!  This pattern would make a great baby quilt.   

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