Here I will show quilts that I’ve done for myself, friends and clients.
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About quilt sizes: I call anything smaller than a single bed sized quilt, a lap quilt. Some of these may be as big as 55″ x 70″, but still too small for a bed.
Two lap quilts sewn by my friend, Cheryl. She was going through her pink scraps. Both quilts were stitched with the hearts pattern.
This lap quilt was for a friend’s granddaughter in Victoria, BC. I made it from scratch and quilted it using buzz.
Another of my ‘from scratch’ lap quilts, this one was for family on the west coast and quilted with buzz.
This is a client double-sized quilt with a close-up showing the stitching, swirls, superimposed to make it easier to see.
This another of Cheryl’s lovely quilts, queen-sized. Unfortunately, this is the best of 3 lousy pictures I took. It’s quilted using the stonework pattern.
This (from scratch) lap quilt was for a teacher and friend, Gerri, who now lives in Calgary. I came up with this method myself but since found out that this pattern has a name, convergence, and was made famous by Ricky Tims. And I thought I was being so clever.
Another ‘from scratch’ lap quilt for family in Toronto, it is quilted with hearts.
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