Gallery of Customer Quilts

This is a sampling of customer quilts:


 
Ann's quilt for her son




 



Ann's Birds of a Feather quilt










Ruth's Thimbleberries Sampler











Karen's Appliqued log cabin










Pam's Double Wedding Ring








Mary's Queen and her Court quilt











LaVerna's Christmas quilt











Renee's Silk Tie quilt











Another of LaVerna's quilts











Ann's scrappy quilt












Ethel's appliqued baskets











Mary's Hop to It quilt











Mary's Mariner's Compass












Ann's Basket quilt











Barb's Heirloom Applique quilt



 







Eddie's geometric quilt









Patty's Stars in the Garden quilt





 



Ann's Eventide quilt













Lori's indigo quilt

 








June's Civil War quilt











Susan's Scotties quilt










Sylvia's Vintage Tea Towel quilt









Merilyn's Shop Sample










Another of Ann's scrappy quilts










Evelyn's wedding quilt for her Grandaughter










Karen's Ezekiel's Wheel









Mary's Joy of Life












Opportunity Quilt for Emma Creek Quilt Guild - 2011











Opportunity Quilt for Prairie Quilt Guild - 2010

















13 comments:

  1. you have very talented customers, they are all beautiful!

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  2. You are an amazing quilter! When I make an amazing quilt I would love to have you quilt it.

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  3. Fantasticos trabalhos!!!Um abraço de São Paulo/Brasil

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  4. Beautiful work, I hope some day to get this good! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Gorgeous quilting! I feel like I have just been at a quilt show! PS, your customers are very talented people, too.

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  6. wow. wow. wow. wow its so awesome. wow ♥♥♥

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  7. these quilts will definitely inspire. They ore gorgeous!

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  8. Would you happen to know the name of the pattern Ann used for the quilt for her son (first one on your gallery). It's the Irish Chain/sampler combo in neutrals that took my breath away.... I would love that pattern.

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    1. Ann says the pattern is No Way Out from the book Better By the Dozen by Susan Teagarden Dissmore published by That Patchwork Place. She says the book is no longer in print. Good luck!

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  9. Your quilting is absolutely exquisite!

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  10. It just doesn't get any better. Such beautiful quilt work!

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  11. You are truly talented, and I agree, so are your customers! This makes me want to do more. Thank you for sharing these beautiful creations.

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