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Irish Chain quilt

This is a quilt I made for my sister-in-law while she was expecting.  It is the single Irish Chain design, full size quilt.  I had originally picked the colors for a baby quilt, prior to knowing their nursery would be nautical themed, so I altered the design and some of the fabrics for an adult.

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T-shirt quilt (Sam Houston State University, FFA, Houston Rockets themes)

This is a t-shirt quilt I made for a friend’s husband.  He is a Sam Houston State Alumni, Previously taught for the FFA chapter, and a Houston Rockets fan, so the shirts are a little random, but that was what he wanted.  This is throw sized (probably in between full and queen).

Back of the quilt

Front of the quilt

Completed quilt, bordered with Sam Houston colors
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Wedding gift

This is one of the last quilts I finished for a very close friend for her wedding gift.  It is the log cabin design, called “Barn Raising” and can be arranged in a variety of ways to make different designs. 

Log Cabin Block prior to piecing

After Piecing, before borders were put on

Barn Raising

With borders

Custom pillow cases to match quilt

Back of pillow cases

Quilt label (optional)

Quilt label on quilt back, pre-quilted

Finished quilt

King-size Quilt with matching pillow cases

Label after quilting

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Sophia’s baby quilt

Some of my favorite projects are making gifts for relatives or friends who are expecting.  Most of the baby blankets I make are using the same basic design, but they can be changed to anything.  This was the first baby quilt I made for my niece, Sophia.

Still in the works…


This was the second quilt I made.