Gone but Not Forgotten
These quilts have been sold but they can be recreated for you in the colors you choose. Just ask!
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.
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.
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)
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.
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!
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).
Into The Wild
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