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Drunkard's Path Variation. Machine pieced and quilted. 2016.



Janice. Machine pieced and machine quilted. 2016.




Sunset. Machine quilted with walking foot. 2014.


Machine Pieced and Free-Motion Machine Quilted. 2015.


Art Quilt. Machine and Hand-Pieced. Machine Quilted. 2014.



Wisconsin Memory Quilt. T-Shirt Quilt. Machine quilted. 2014.





My first bed quilt. It's my own design and I hand quilted it. Finished in 2011. 




         Summer Feeling. 2012. Simple appliqué circles with free-motion machine quilting. 



Flying Geese Variation. 2013/14. Machine quilted with walking foot. 






Double Irish Chain wall hanging with free-motion quilted feather wreathes. 2014. 







Simply Woven. Machine quilted. Pattern by Jessica Kelly for Moda Bakeshop. 2012.




From the extra material, I created this wall hanging.

Free-Motion quilting sampler. 2012.




Kaleidoskope Quilt. Machine Quilted. 2014.




Beloved. Machine pieced. Hand quilted. 2015.








Lap Quilt - All the fabrics came from my stash. I just love how they match! Hand quilted. 2012. 






Spots of Red. Wall hanging. Machine quilted. 2013. 





Abstract Landscape. English Paper Piecing. 2010. Machine quilted.







Small Bargello Wall Hanging. Hand quilted, 2011.



Free Cut Curves table runner. Machine quilted, 2013.

From the left-over scraps I made this modern improv wall hanging

Machine quilted with free-motion foot. 2013.




Table Topper made from Japanese fabrics. I used a 10° wedge ruler to make it. Machine quilted. 2013.




Stroll in the Country. Baby Quilt. Hand quilted. 2012.


Small Table Toper. 2012.


   

 

 

   

 

                         















 




 



2 comments:

  1. Your quilts are beautiful. I would love to read a piece on how they come about - are they designed before you start or do they evolve? Does the sewing aid your writing in some way? We'd love to know more...

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    1. Thank you very much for the feedback. I guess my quilts do evolve over time, but spontaneously I'd say there's no real method to the process and it's different with everyone - some come easy, others take a while. I'll think more about it and will definitely do a blog post about it at some point.

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