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2005 Quilts




Scrappy Trails to You - A mystery quilt top.  Ready to be quilted.  Made top in 11/15/2004 and completed the quilt 8/5/2005.



DJ Siggie Quilt - Blocks collected by participating in three swap groups, Kalico Patch in St. Charles, MO, So Sew Busy Quilt Guild, St. Louis, MO, and the original online Dear Jane group.  All blocks swapped in 2005.  Completed 11/1/05

This quilt has its on web page.  To see it, click here.

Confetti Quilt - Scraps-a-Stepping - Made this quilt while chaining on/off on other projects.  I started this project back in 2001 and forgot to use the 2" squares during chaining.  I pulled it back out in January 2005 and now have this completed quilt.    Go to my free pattern page if you'd like to make this quilt too.  Began February 2002 and completed July 16, 2005.  1,820 pieces of which 1,024 are 2" print squares.  94" square



Gaggle of Trees - A quilt I made based on a show on Simply Quilts.  Began:  2001   Completed:  6/23/2005

Noah's Ark - A block of the month series by Curtis Boeringer.  I began this quilt 5/19/2000 and got a tad upset because fabric designers came out with animal print fabrics a few months after I had all my blocks pieced.  I sure wish I could have use those!  I brought this UFO out of storage as it will make the perfect gift for my cousin name Genesis who will turn 2 this year.  Of course the parents will have to hold onto this quilt for a few years as I used sequins and beads for animal eyes.  Completed:  6/18/2005 



Billiard Fans - Made from the Stack-n-Whack technique.  I need some cheap fabric to use when teaching a class and this one fit my budget.  I couldn't throw the stacks away and decided to experiment with a setting.  Began:  8/17/02  Completed:  June 18, 2005  Size:  43.75" x 58.75"

Sewing Curves - I completed this quilt top the same day the book arrived in the mail.  It too was a lot of fun.  My goal that year was to attempts quilting techniques I'd been avoiding for years.  Began:  March 2002   Completed: May 2005  Size:  32 square inches



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Tuxedo Sampler - Block of the month from Cross Patches quilt shop in Collinsville, IL.   The quilt has a lot of embellishments and 3-D effects.  Please click photo for larger view.  The second photo shows the row not shown on the first photo.  Began:  January 10, 2004   Completed:  May 2005   Size:  88.5" x 103.75"  Machine quilted by Jane Coons.



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Teajuana's Sampler Quilt - My third quilt in which I used patterns from the book, The New Sampler Quilt.  Began:  2/1/1995   Completed:  4/24/2005   Size:  93.75" x 114.5".  The second photo shows the two rows not shown on the first photo.   Machine quilted by Mildred Eads.



Summer Midnight - I made this quilt from a free at the time block of the month by Beth Ferrier of Applewood Farm Publications.  I enjoyed her process for making advance blocks very easy to piece.  I choose to use raw edge appliqué to take advantage of the batik fabrics which has little to no fraying.  This quilt was machine quilted by Sarah Cohen.  Began 1/15/2004    Completed 4/15/2005   CLICK PHOTOS FOR LARGER VIEWS.  Machine quilted by Sarah Cohen.  UPDATE This quilt was juried into the 2005 AQS Quilt Expo in Nashville, TN.



Spring Fling -  I saw this free BOM on Victoriana Quilt Designs and just had to start it.  The block is called Octagon Corners.  Began 11/7/2003  Completed  3/5/05

Here is a better picture showing the true color of this quilt.  If you look closely, you can see the machine quilting.



Family Matters Photo Quilt - Made for a family celebrating the 90th birthday of their mother.  Began and completed: February 2005.

Sunset - Retreat project for Flower Valley Quilt Guild from book, Thinking Outside the Block.  Size:  44" x 52.25" Began:   2/19/05   Completed:  3/14/05


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