Quilts Completed

For more pictures and information on each quilt, click on the quilt’s name to link to the relevant post.

QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2017:

Mod Indigo Lone Star Quilt
Made using Mod Lone Star Quilt Pattern

Mod Lone Star Quilt
Mod Lone Star Quilt Pattern

Coastal Quilt

Lindsey’s Layer Cake Quilt:

Columbine Mini Quilt
Free Columbine Embroidery Pattern

State Flowerscape Quilt

Fireworks Quilt

Cheerio Quilt

Dream Big Quilt

Lone Star Party Quilt

Applique Mini Quilt

Big Charming Quilt

Be Beautiful Mini Quilt

 

QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2016:

Rosewater + Gingham quilt, completed September 2016
Rosewater + Gingham quilt top, with brief details on how I made it

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Whimsy Lone Star Quilt, completed summer 2016

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Prosper in Solids, completed October 2016

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Surfside Quilt, completed September 2016

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Pineapple Mini Quilt, completed June 2016

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Pineapple Quilt, completed June 2016

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Anchor’s Aweigh Quilt, finished January 2016

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Lincoln’s Autograph mini quilt, completed February 2016

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Mini Pixelated Heart Quilt (plus tutorial), completed February 2016

minipixelatedheartquilt

 

QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2015:

Scrappy Prosper Quilt, finished August 2015

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Established:  A variation on wishing well quilt, completed April 2015

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Modern Maples Quilt, completed November 2015

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Prosper Mini Quilts {mini versions of wishing well quilt}

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Spools Mini Quilt, completed January 2015

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Wishing Well Quilt, completed fall of 2014 but published in March 2015 issue of Quilty Magazine

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Anchor Mini Quilts, completed January 2015

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QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2014:

Life Story Medallion Quilt, completed February 2014

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Nine Patch Mini Quilt, completed December 2014

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Life’s Journey Quilt, completed December 2014

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Chic Kisses mini quilt, completed November 2014

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Scarlet’s Patchwork Quilt, completed November 2014

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Flight Quilt, completed November 2014

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Friendship Star Mini Quilt, completed September 2014

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AMH Voile Patchwork Quilt, completed July 2014

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Tone It Down Quilt, completed July 2014.

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Hexagon Beehive Mini Quilt, completed March 2014.  This mini quilt was designed for the Sweet As Honey Blog Tour.

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Scrappy/Pixelated Heart Quilt, completed February 2014.  Tutorial for quilt block/layout found here.

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QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2013:

Nate’s quilt, completed December 2013

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Giant Star quilts, completed December 2013

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Solid & Stripes quilt, completed November 2013

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Scout quilt, completed November 2013

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Anchor Quilt, completed in October 2013.  Pattern designed by me; tutorial for anchor block found here.

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Choreography/Go Confidently quilt, completed September 2013

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Early Bird quilt, completed September 2013

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On a Whim quilt, completed September 2013

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Erica’s Quilt {St Louis 16-Patch}, completed September 2013

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Marcelle Medallion Quilt, completed July 2013

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Summer Weave Quilt, completed May 2013

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Little Girl Patchwork II, completed April 2013

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Scrappy Trip Around the World Quilt, completed March 2013

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Scrappy Swoon II Quilt, completed February 2013.  This quilt was made for my Scrappy Swoon Quilt Along.

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Little Man II quilt, completed February 2013

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Little Girl patchwork I, completed February 2013

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Heart Mini Quilt, completed February 2013

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QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2012:

Christmas Star Quilt, completed December 2012

Chevron Christmas pillow, completed December 2012

Swooning for Christmas quilt, completed November 2012.  This quilt was the inspiration for the Scrappy Swoon Quilt Along in 2013.

Turquoise Star Quilt, completed October 2012

Vintage Holiday Quilt, completed October 2012

Flags quilt, completed July 2012

Seaside Quilt, completed August 2012

Rainbow Road Table Runner, completed June 2012

Summersville in Color pillow, completed May 2012

Little Man quilt, completed May 2012

Swoon Quilt, completed May 2012

Sparkle Punch quilt, completed March 2012

Tumbler Quilt, completed January 2012

QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2011:

Elsie’s Quilt, completed November 2011

Christmas Flannel Rag Quilt, completed November 2011

Jack-O-Lantern Mini Quilt, completed October 2011

Hunter’s Star Quilt, completed September 2011

Baby Boy Blue Quilt, completed September 2011

Banner Quilt, completed July 2011

Water and Sky II quilt, completed July 2011

Summertime Quilt, completed July 2011

Water and Sky Quilt, completed January 2011

 

QUILTS COMPLETED IN 2010:

Zig Zag Quilt, completed December 2010

Chirp Chirp Quilt, completed August 2010

Silk Tie Quilt, completed June 2010

Wild Thing/Verna Quilt, completed May 2010

Aqua Dots Strip Quilt, completed February 2010

red and white binding on quilt

Rouenneries Quilt, completed February 2010

Rouenneries quilt

Faith Sings Quilt, completed January 2010

Faith is the bird that feels the light embroidery

6 comments

  • Wonderful quilts – I am new to your site and maybe missed this – but do you post your patterns as well? I sure would like to follow suit 🙂 – thank you – Karin

  • Kathleen

    I love your tie quilt with the squares. Is there someway you could post how and what size
    Squares you cut. What size sashing did you use?

  • Judith Johnson

    I love, love, love your quilts. I found you because after 20 years of doing Lone Stars and Broken Stars (the big Lone Star with 32 star points in it) I can’t get perfect point matching. YOUR tutorial solved my problems! Thanks for sharing the beauty God has put in your soul!

  • jennifer

    Kathleen,
    If you click on the link to my post about that quilt, the measurements of both the squares and the width of the sashing is found in that post. Here’s the link if you’d like to check it out: http://hopefulhomemaker.com/2010/06/15/silk-tie-quilt/
    Thanks!

  • Mary Patten

    I just love all of your quilts. They are amazing! You are very talented.

  • Christina

    The instructions and measurements you give are so clear and easy to follow. And the pictures are soooo helpful. Thank you for keeping it real. (Btw, my granddaughter is getting a pixel heart quilt thanks to you. Beautiful!)

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