Modern Autumn Splendor

Plum, seafoam, slate blue and celery green are a fresh alternative to classic fall colors. Whatever the color palate, it’s hard to go wrong with Hoffman’s Batik Bali Pops. The collection plays together beautifully in this pattern that resembles a brick wall. 

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Classic Churn Dash

Hey Ewe! Have you herd about this quilt? It’s right at home in a farmhouse setting — distressed shelf not included. Loretta's friend has been drooling for years over her beautiful quilts, and finally is getting one of her own. This Churn Dash quilt, made up of classic navy and cream fabrics, is more than worth the wait!

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All Spook, No Sweet

No sweet swirls or loops for this embroidered Halloween quilt. Check out the creepy echo around the embroidery designs, and the bat wings on the orange border. Trick or Treat, witches!

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Who's Cuter than Boo?

There are many different variations of Halloween, but “creepy romantic” is by far my favorite. Blame my six-year obsession with The Vampire Diaries. The show’s blend of “When I’m with her, I forget who I am” followed by “Stake her … rip her head off … something poetic” are hard for me to resist. But this year, I was craving a cute Halloween.

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Tactile and Tasty

Did you know that a baby can't see color until five months of age? But she's been exploring her world with touch since before she was born. Flannel, waffle-weave, flat cotton and Minkee combine to make this an extra-tactile baby quilt.

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Head and Shoulders Above

Anne is on a roll making animal quilts for her grandkids. Seeing this regal giraffe, I understand why. We chose a quilting design that would put this beauty in her natural habitat: a savanna with endless rolling grasses.

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Purple Mind Meld

Can you have separation anxiety from a quilt? Maybe not, but Anne must have a mind meld with all her quilts. Every time I’m taking one off the frame, she just happens to drop by. 

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Congratulations, It's a Buoy!

Sometimes quilters make quilts just because. This baby quilt has no recipient in mind, but when my client becomes a grandmother she'll have an adorable quilt all ready to go. Let's hope it's a buoy! (Err...boy...)

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Cherry Cherry Blossoms

One of my favorite things about quilting is the chance to play with new color combinations. Unlike redecorating your home or giving your wardrobe a makeover, a quilt is a simple way to experiment with color.

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Stars on Fire

As new clients become regulars, I love seeing the range of the quilts they bring me. Some stick to the same color family. Some prefer one style of fabrics. Others are explorers. Sandy surprises me every time.

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