This little one is called All Framed Up and can be found on Moda Bake Shop.
Miniature Carpenter Star
Wall hanging I made from Angela Walter's Craftsy Class Dot-to-Dot Quilting
Miniature American Flag quilt.
Paper pieced miniature
Dazzling Scraps made from left over bits and pieces of other quilts. Also my niece, isn't she a cutie?
Americana Log Cabin and Stars
Globetrotting--a free BOM from Pat Sloan in 2014.
You can read about mine here.
Falling Leaves can be found in 101 Fabulous Small Quilts. The quilting design came from Kathleen at Kathleen Quilts. She featured it on her Free Motion Friday post.
Don't Break Bread Into Your Soup can be found in 101 Fabulous Small Quilts.
Winter Rose Garden, aka the quilt in my living room.
The pattern for Decoy can be found in 101 Fabulous Small Quilts.
These two mini's are called Sunny Lanes. You can read more about there here.
This is a queen sized sampler quilt I pieced several years ago.
This quilt is called O' Christmas Tree and was designed by Amy Rivera. The pattern can be found here at Moda Bake Shop. It goes together really fast and quilting it was so much fun. I wish I could take credit for the quilting design but Kathleen from Kathleen Quilts featured my quilt top on one of her Free Motion Friday posts.
This quilt is probably the hardest (mentally and emotionally) I have ever made. The pattern is called Interlocking Stars, but I call it the Death Quilt. You can read more about it here.
The 4-H program is very important in our community. I designed these two quilts for two of my favorite campers so that they could show their love for their tribes. How! How! You can read about them here.
A Turning Twenty made for my daughter. It will always be a special quilt because all of the fabrics were chosen by her. You can read more about it here.
This one was from a pattern in a magazine called Tranquility. I refer to it as my West Virginia Quilt. The batik boarder fabric has little shapes of West Virginia in it. The long arm quilting also has shapes of the state.
I'm not sure how may I have made, but I always love the Carpenter Star pattern.
Super simple Christmas throw. Two charm packs and boarder fabric and whala!
Small Christmas wall hangings for family get together read about it here.
Baby boy quilt (you can read about my baby quilts here)
Matching little girl baby quilts