The first 3 were made by the same woman. I love how she used the white on white fabric with these exaggerated Barn Door blocks. This is a favorite of mine!
A Flying Geese variation -- very contemporary looking!
Why is this one on its side?! Another great color scheme for a female soldier.
Shoo Fly Blocks-- simple but attractive with big Jacobean floral fabric.
I've purchased a few of this lady's quilt tops. This one is a Posy in the Block (or something like that) and I thought it had a nice spring look to it.
These are the 2 finished quilts--very soft and comforting! Very! They remind me of the one Allie just finished for her soldier. I love the comment she made--for a gal trying to get her smile back. I can see these 2 quilts serving the same purpose.
This is one of 4 Grandmother Flower Garden quilts I bought in March. I planned to donate 3 of them and keep this one for myself. My mother liked 2 of them and has taken them. So now one will get donated.
I was very taken with this quilt top because of the mosaic look it has, the edges have been filled in with hexagons (which I don't see much in my "price range"), the piecing is all done by hand, and the color scheme is a bit unusual but very attractive (very Debra, actually).
I have washed it and when I have some idle time, I will press it flat and send it on its way to Deb G for some quilting. The hexagons are 1 ¼", which is clearly not something I ever anticipate piecing. It's about a small twin size.
In the Studio I am continuing to machine embroider butterflies and hand embroider my Little Flower Urchin blocks. Photos soon!