This quilt is the top layer on my own bed. It's 94" x 94", inspired by one I saw on the cover of Better Homes and Gardens Quilts magazine. This is my American-made quilt, using primarily Cranston/VIP fabrics, in appreciation of their support for their military reservist employees and families. My oldest son was in the Army at that time. We have always had a blue bedroom (see photo below!), but a move to the country seemed like a good time to change color schemes. I love my red and white bedroom!
This quilt is made from the Big Star pattern from Country Threads. For a year or more, this was the most popular class at the quilt shop up in northern Wisconsin. We made it in every conceivable combination of colors and fabrics! This one is soft and warm in flannels. Plaids and folk prints coordinate to make a queen-sized quilt. Unfinished quilt top. Can be backed with flannel or calico.  $400
This ended up as a fundraiser quilt for a Chicago-area ministry but I created it originally as a class sample from the Star Happy Quilts book by Judy Martin. My very first quilt book was by Judy Martin - 20 years ago!
The traditional Log Cabin quilt is very contemporary in hundreds of cheerful scraps set against snowy white.  The Fields and Furrows setting is particularly striking in this color arrangement. Still a top, this twin-sized quilt is available for sale. The finished cost is $300.
The Irish Chain quilts are some of my favorites. This is a Double Irish Chain done in the truest "scrappy" style. Even some of the little 1 1/2" squares are pieced together! The reproduction Depression Era prints are very cheerful. It was a commissioned quilt top for a bride in California. She had it machine quilted there. 
This Road to Oklahoma quilt was created for my niece in our first Bridal Quilting Bee. It is a queen-sized quilt, in the fabrics of her choice.
This was created as a class sample for an Intermediate Quiltmaking class I taught about 15 years ago in Washington.  The Castle Wall medallion was a drafting challenge, before the advent of computer software!  This quilt lived on my bed for many years. It is one of my favorites.
I call this one Hidden Stars, because the low contrast of the fabrics causes the Ohio Star blocks to blend with the NinePatch blocks. It sparkles! I have made this quilt in several colors.

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