Album Quilt- includes matching curtain fabric
a matching waste basket, too -Album
Quilt Waste Basket
Bear Paw Quilt -also an ensemble
Maple Leaf Quilt -takes the basic shapes of
Bear Paw patches and reinterprets them into new form. The bright
colors of orange and red are reproduced from a quilt made in
Ohio in the 1880's.
English Garden Quilt -The patchwork hexagon
quilt was one of the earliest patterns to reach American shores
from England. Often made of silk, the construction method involved
the cutting of many hundreds of paper templates which were tacked
to fabric scraps and used as guides for folding and sewing.
Spools Quilt -also known as bowties. A popular
American quilt pattern for more than 100 years. Often made from
scraps, it continues to be a favorite of modern quilters and
underscores the close traditional ties between women and the
Wedding Ring Quilt -Known as one of the most
difficult quilt patterns to construct, the double wedding ring
is a test of a skill. You'll need to carefully set your printer
settings and margins to print this larger quilt on an 8.5 x 11
inch sheet of prepared fabric. The quilt itself was made to measure
7.25 inches x 7.25 inches. Two matching pillows complete the
Mariner's Compass- a selection of 4 color
schemes for this nautical themed quilt.
Quilts, Quilts, Quilts! ~click here for the collection~
A growing collection of miniature flags that
represent many of the nations this site has visited.
Includes "Stars and Stripes" -the US flag in three
versions with matching bunting.
of the World ~click here for the collection~
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