Even more QUILTS!

Somewhere I discovered that the same company that made the dragon panel I made for Ralph also made a blue version – so I had to make me a quilt from that fabric line:

I found this cute Entwined Cats design on Etsy and used some bright colors for it. I plan to gift it soon:

I had it quilted with a paw print design:

From Just Get It Done Quilts, I used one of her Stashbuster designs to make a really bright throw quilt:

Another classic design is the Carpenter’s Star (aka Carpenter’s Wheel). I decided to make it with rainbow colors:

I fell in love with a set of fabrics,Regency Metallic, and used a pattern called Star Bloom to make a small throw quilt:

With leftover fabric from the Jacob’s Ladder quilts, I made a star throw:

For my nephew, Robert, I made a variation of the Storm At Sea pattern called Snail Trail at Sea (Snail Trail is another classic pattern). I used all different teal odds and ends to put this one together:

For my niece Kristy I made a quilt to her request – horses and purple. Laurel Burch fabrics met those criteria and I expanded on a pattern intended for these beautiful designs:

Then her husband Ross also needed a quilt so I made one using Laurel Burch dog fabric to make him one to go with Kristy’s quilt:

Because I overestimated how many panels I’d need for those two, I made matching throws for the couple:

For my sister in law, Cathy, I made a flowered quilt based on a design called Prairie Flower:

And for my sister in law, Laura, I made another Morris Medley, also using Morris and Company design fabrics, this time more green:

I had to get rid of some scrap fabric, some of it unloved, so I tried out this pattern called Garden Doors:

Again, I made more blocks than I needed so I used the extras along with some more scrap fabric for the backing:

I decided it was time to use up more scraps, so using the Scrappy Lattice pattern from Jordan Fabrics, I made this blue and green twin size quilt. Sara won it in our Christmas gift exchange!

Here’s another one that I made from a jelly roll I fell in love with from a free pattern called Hot Flashes. This will go to Don:

I fell in love with this pattern called Krystal Nebula and made this wonderful quilt from various batiks:

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