"Green and Gold" by Betsi

I think that the best part of this quilt is the way the sashing strips on blocks make a lovely secondary pattern. The sashings are the same pattern as one I'm currently working on, so it gave me some ideas for when I set my quilt. Quilted with one of my favorites, Bapstist Fans.

"Harvest" by Betsi

The pattern is called puzzle box, and I've made it in a totally different looking fabric. Very fast, very easy, and very versatile. I love the leaves that we quilted in a multi-color thread, even though they don't show up too well from a distance. Makes me long for fall weather.

Diana and Belgium

Diana added a pieced border to her version of the Belgian mystery. She said it was the first time she'd tried one, and I think it turned out great. We quilted it with a green thread that brought out the green in the borders.

Diana's Chinese mystery

I love Diana's version of China. Same colorway as I did, but she laid hers out in a very unusual manner with the red sashing inside. So pretty. We used the Asian Fan panto to quilt it.

Norma's first quilt

Norma took Judy's beginning quilting class about 3 years ago, and finally brought me her top for quilting. It's a rail fence design, perfect for beginners. Norma chose an allover feather meander for the body of the quilt, and a seperate feather design in the outside border. Very lovely.

Chris' "Quilt in a Day"

Okay, so it really took her 6 years to getthis top done and ready for quilting. Lovely batiks were used throughout.


Lisa did it again, and made a really fun quilt! The prints are all from Kyle's Marketplace, very realistic looking fruites and vegetables. I love how it looks both from a distance, and close up. Quilted with leaves, seemed approp. considering the subject of the fabrics.

Toni's quilt

The quilt top was pieced by Toni's mom before she passed away. It is quilted with Baptist Fans, a very traditional design, and very approp. for a Trip Around the World quilt