Black, White and red on the back. Pattern is Nauvou.
An artsey T-shirt I made for a very deserving young man in Atlanta, Zack.
|"Pioneer Trails" a pattern by Eleanor Burns. While I made this quilt, I thought about all our travels out west, and we do love to travel.|
Pattern is called "Carpenters Star". Our granddaughter comes and starts going through my stash and said " I want a king-size quilt made from these fabrics for my birthday, (maybe a month away), My reply was, well maybe. If you are a grandmother, you know that I did it.
This quilt is made from the 10 minute block pattern. Such an easy fast block, made this top in a Sunday afternoon. There is a tutorial on my blog in an earlier post , if you are interested in viewing it. You can make the blocks any size, cute as a baby quilt. Have fun with it.
I made this Christmas quilt a few years ago. It is a Bonnie Hunter Pattern. I named it "An Alabama Christmas". Such tiny pieces.. Was displayed in the "Christmas quilts Show" in the Mississippi Forrestry and Agriculture Museum.
A quick easy quilt, "Scrappy Trails to you" Note that I used demure colors and pastels on two corners and loud, bright colors on a diagonal corner to corner, All scrappy and experimental. Pattern is kinda' like half a log cabin. Very easy.
You really should try this one.
Called This one, "My Purple Onion" used a pattern called Red Onion. It is one of my favorites, made totally from Batik Fabrics.
This is my "Delta Star Mystery Quilt" I was VP at the Possum Town Quilt Guild in Columbus, MS and in charge of programs. I asked the girls if they wanted to do anything special, Brenda Crownover suggest to me that a Mystery Quilt would be nice. I taught this as a Mystery quilt over a period of 9 months. Taken from a Pat Speth Nichol Quilt. No one knew what it would look like until the last month or two. It was lots of fun. Everyone's quilt turned out beautiful. Little larger than a Queen size.
Taught a Stack N Whack in Columbus at the Rosenwig Art Center a few years ago and this is the one I made.
|Taught this class also, called Stack a Posie Pattern. This was my teaching example. I named it "Free Spirit" Hung in the Pigeon Forge quilt show.|
|My sister-in-Law, Pat, taught me this Bargello pattern. THANK YOU PAT!. It really is a fun one to make. This one just happens to be a wall hanging. Hung in a Pigeon Forge, TN quilt show.|
"Boyd Bears and Honey" quilt made for one of our sweet little great nephews, Conner James Utter.A Few of