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A Wonky Stars Quilt with a Plot Twist
Deer Quilt for Lumberjack’s Daughter
The Healing Quilt, a Gift for a Leukemia Patient
Ansley’s Diamonds: An Ombre Baby Quilt
The Tough Chickie Quilt, A Quilt About Divorce
The Grandma Tell Me a Story Quilt
Good Fortune Cross Quilt for Alexis
Mom’s Flea Market Fancy Cross Quilt
The “Good Job Raising Her” Granny Square Quilt
Juju’s Quilt: Inspired by Her Parents’ Wedding
The Little House on the Prairie Quilt
Boy and Girl Quilts Made from a Jelly Roll
Floral Cut Chenille Baby Blanket
Granny Square Quilt, Made from a Jelly Roll and Two Charm Packs
Planes, Trains and Automobiles Play Quilt
Gorgeous quilts! Especially like ‘dream on’ and ‘bliss’ =D
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You have some very beautiful quilts. I love the colors you use.
Thank you so much, Holly! :)
Great quilts, superb colors and designs. My favorite is Lava Meets Sea!
Thank you so much! Lava Meets Sea is certainly near the top of my list, but I always seem to like best whatever one I’m currently working on. :)
Do you sell your quilts? If so what is the price range?
Hi, Justin! I don’t currently sell my quilts, but thank you for your interest! I’ve considered selling baby quilts, but I just wouldn’t have time to make anything larger in addition to everything else. (And somehow I haven’t managed to find time for that much, so … !)
I hope this is seen as a compliment & not offensive, but I am obsessed with your Lava meets the sea quilt, but not for me directly, I would Love to give one to my precious Mother, she has always wanted one& this one is perfect! Would you consider ever making one to sell?
Hi, Anne! I’m flattered that you like the quilt so much! Currently, I just don’t have time to make quilts to sell. I work full time, have kids, all that and don’t even get to make all the quilts I’d like to make for friends and family. (For instance, I still haven’t been able to start on a quilt for my own bed, and that’s something that’s really important to me.) You may want to check on Etsy, where there are quilters who will sometimes make a quilt to order. Feel free to refer someone here and I’ll help with any questions they might have!
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Such a riot of colours, such a profusion of craft and talent ! You’re a winner..of quilting hearts. I’m inspired.
If you wish to stop by some of mine, not so neat and pretty ones, find them on http://www.walktomarket.wordpress.com.
Love love love your work!