Christmas Lone Star

One of my many wonderful sister in laws, Nancy, asked me to quilt this quilt for her church as a fund raiser. Wow, what a stunner! The red in the photos shows way too orange, but poor lighting where I could get photos taken. We chose continuous curves in the star, a meandering feather in the white background, and in the widest outer border. Molar feathers in the red border and regular feathers in the green border.
I believe that this quilt will be raffled off, so if you are interested in tickets, drop me a line, and I'll put you in touch with Nancy.

Fig Tree Quilt

Don't you just love the softness of the colors of this quilt? The pattern is by Fig Tree Designs, but I don't know the name of the quilt pattern. Laura chose to have leaves across the body of the quilt, and in the border, then a tight meander in the green border and setting pieces. Very nicely done, Laura!

Winding Ways by Carol

Carol and her precision piecing just astounds me. She would be able to show you that her points don't match perfectly, but I surely can't see any issues. Looks gorgeous to me.

T-shirts by Wendy

Now this is just too much fun. Story is that the recipient of the quilt is currently serving in the Peace Corps. I'm taking a wild guess that he does something with medicine based on the "Wildcatheters" shirt to the left. I think my favorite is the one at the bottom of this though. Maybe I should try to find one for Randall?

Log Cabin waves by Michael

How could I not love this quilt? It's made in blues, it's a log cabin, and it makes me think of waves and water. I love the way the design seems to stack on itself when seen from a distance. Michael, you are amazing!

More of Michael's T shirts

Here's another t-shirt quilt by Michael. The man certainly does travel a lot. Australia, Hawaii, Portland, you name it, they are all covered in here.

Dresden Plate by Evelyn

This one is, in my opinion, the best one that Evelyn has left me quilt yet. I love the applique work, and of course I do love blues. The plates are all stitched in the ditch only to allow them to be showcased. Then feathers in the sashing strips and borders. Oh so pretty!

Hawaiian Baby quilt by Susan

This quilt is actually going to go to Hawaii for the where the baby lives. Same fabrics and pattern as Susan's previous quilt, but a totally different part of the world.