Hexi Challenge

I really like HEXIES but I am not much of a fan of paper pieced joined together HEXIES or should I say I am not a fan of DOING them I like looking at them. Anyway, I cut out some hexi shapes and challenged myself to see what I could…

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Manhattan Modern Baby Quilt

 This is a pile of scraps I have left over from Manhattan Modern a fabric group from Bernatex Fabrics. I have saved every scrap from my considerable stash of this fabric and decided to turn this scrap pile into a modern, colorful baby quilt. Here is the quilting in process.…

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Two Fun Selvage Projects

These are the windows in my studio and I decided to jazz them up with some selvage valances. I cut them 14” high and twice the width of the window then used a tension rod to pop them up. This was a fun project and really added color to the…

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I Present Insanity V

Insanity V is a baby quilt that has 1,600  neutral squares that begin at 1 1/2” and finish at 1”. I quilted it with hearts and swirls then decided the hearts needed more definition and outlined them with neutral variegated thread in a feather stitch. This is my smallest piece in…

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First ufo finish of 2020

This quilt was started a couple of years ago at a retreat. It is an improv quilt using cherished scraps of my Denise Schmidts’ Flea Market Fancy fabric line so I named the quilt Flea Market Improv.   The picture on the left is a close up of the fabric…

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