Gone but Not Forgotten

These quilts have been sold but they can be recreated for you in the colors you choose. Just ask!  
We love making unique quilts for custom orders so if you see a pattern you like here, we can recreate it in your palette.


Layers of Charm

The equal armed crosses are a symbol of protection and safety but can also be interpreted as the four seasons or four elements (air, water, earth, fire).  A quilt of this design can be made with colorful fabrics or a palette to match your decor.

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Jagged X's

The Jagged X's is pieces with over 200 individual pieces in coordinating fabrics.  A colorway of three or four main colors works best for this design.


I love the name of this one.  "Strip Joints" means the whole quilt is made from strips of various fabrics then turned different ways for various designs. There are 12 different black, white, and taupe fabrics in this one.  The leftovers of the strips are then put together to border the quilt with a "piano key" border.

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Square in a Square

You'd never know there are only 10 different fabrics in this design! Choose two or three main colors and I can find the coordinating fabrics to make this to suit your needs.

Stars and Stripes

Show off your patriotic side with this quilt made only of red, white, and blue fabrics. A great gift for the service member or veteran in your family. Your recipient can also be nominated to have this quilt awarded by the Quilts of Valor program (www.qovf.org)

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Size Nine Shoe

A great way to use fabrics in your favorite colors. You choose the colorways and I'll piece them in a way to make them all shine.

Red Cross

This vintage block design is called the Ladies Aid block designed in 1938. The Ladies Aid quilt block was designed by Nancy Cabot (whose real name was Loretta Leitner Rising). She was a quilt and pattern designer, who wrote, selected, designed, and curated block and quilt patterns for the Chicago Tribune for 32 years!

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This was so fun to make--kind of a 3D, modern take on a Log Cabin quilt in greys, blacks and golds.  Think of how many color combinations could be used with this same pattern!

My Mother's Window

My mom loved hummingbirds so when I saw this panel, I had to make it in her memory.  There are so many fabulous panels available in quilting cotton that would work in this quilt. Let me know what you like and we can make one just for you.


Old Fashioned Sampler

An old-fashioned sampler quilt, this one shows off vintage patterns used by ladies in the late 1800's - early 1900's to showcase their sewing abilities. If vintage is your things, this quilt is the one for you (in your choice of colors).

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Into The Wild

We live in the mountains of North Carolina so when I saw this pattern, I had to make it!  It reminds me of looking out my back door but in fun colors.  The same pattern can be one in other more natural colors or whatever your favorite palette might be.

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Holiday Table Topper

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Hey June!

Bowl Cozy

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Quilt of Valor