Category Archive: Quilting

Aug 24

Indigo & Cheddar

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Aug 22

BYU wedding quilt

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Aug 22

America the Beautiful quilts finally done

In September of 2015 we began making these quilts together. You can read about the start of the project here, and the posts about the individual blocks below. Flag & Sun; Fields & Trees; Barn & Trees; Trees, School, Bounty & Fences; Mountains & Church; Houses; Finished Tops We also have a Pinterest board that displays all the photos. 

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Jul 26

Rainbow Irish Chain quilt

I finally finished this Rainbow Irish Chain quilt. I took a photo of Melissa Corry’s quilt at her trunk show at the retreat I attended in January 2015. I totally fell in love with it and decided I had to make one of my own. She described how she had made it all as a …

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Jun 14

Faded Blooms wool tabletopper

Remember that quilt retreat I attended in January of 2016? Well, I’m still finishing up projects from that and this is one of them. I wanted to learn wool applique techniques so I took this class using the “Faded Blooms” pattern from Quail Valley Quilts, taught by the designer, Krisanne Watkins. During the class we …

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Apr 24

Square Dance quilt

The Square Dance quilt is a modern log cabin variation by Nora Conant, found in the Aug/Sept 2013 issue of QUILT magazine on page 17. The pattern makes a quilt 75″ square with the blocks set 5×5, but I wanted a smaller quilt. I made it 60″ square with the blocks set 4×4 and it makes …

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Apr 19

Mimosa Interwoven quilt

I began this quilt in 2013 after Scott gave me the charm packs of fabric for Christmas in 2012. I cut up the colors and the white background squares, put them in a project box, and got distracted by shiny new things. Then in a fit of wanting to finish projects with fabric I already …

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Apr 11

Two Paths Crossed quilt

I began this quilt at the St. George retreat I attended in January 2015. It was taught by Melissa Corry from her book, Irish Chain Quilts and I got one of each block type made during the retreat. Plus a photo opp! Then it languished for a long time as other projects came up and …

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