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2015 Quilts


Doctor Who Quilt
December 2015
Pattern: Building Block from Think Big by Amy Ellis


Holly's Tree Farm Piccadilly Circus Mini
December 2015
Pattern: Mini Piccadilly Circus by Thimble Blossoms

Scrappy Twin Quilt
November 2015
Pattern: Fat Quarter Frenzy by Fat Quarter Shop

Falling Triangles Mini
October 2015
Pattern: Designed by me
Made for the Schnitzel & Boo Mini Quilt Swap

Holly's Tree Farm Wreath Mini Quilt
October 2015
Pattern: Circle of Geese from Piece by Number
Made for The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Swap

Go Green Go White Orphan Block Pillow
October 2015
Pattern: Breaking Tide 

Rainbow of Color a Lizzy House Quilt
October 2015
Pattern: Summer Slice by Cluck Cluck Sew
1 in a Minion Mini Quilt
October 2015
Pattern: Spell it with Fabric reduced by 50%, Minion is a paper pieced pattern from Fandom in Stitches, and the Minion eye was designed by me.

Blue, Green, & Gray Baby Quilt
October 2015
Pattern: Fat Quarter Fizz by Fat Quarter Shop

Outdoor Fox Baby Quilt
September 2015
Pattern: Designed by me

 Christmas Plus Mini
August 2015
 Christmas Circle of Geese Pillow
August 2015
Pattern: Circle of Geese by: Piece by Number

 Low Volume Plus Block Swap Quilt
August 2015

Granny Square Pillow Cover
August 2015

Farm Girl Vintage Mini Quilt Sampler
August 2015
Block Pattern from Farm Girl Vintage by Lori Holt, created for the Lori Holt Mini Quilt Swap

Granny Square mini
August 2015 

Home Sweet Home Mini Quilt
July 2015
Pattern: Standard Dwell and mini dwell block (from Thimbleblossom) in my own setting

Sew Mini Quilt
July 2015
Pattern Spell It With Fabric, reduced by 50%

Dr. Seuss Sweet Cheeks
July 2015
Pattern: Sweet Cheeks from Quilts Made With Love (Quilt the Book)

Go Green Go White Quilt
July 2015
Pattern: Breaking Tide from Bedroom Style, Perfectly Pieced by April Rosenthal

Lizzy House Mini Quilt
June 2015
Pattern designed by me, for the Lizzy House Mini Quilt Swap

Rainbow Mini Spools
June 2015
Pattern: Mini Spools by Thimbleblossoms

Red and Black Quilt
May 2015
Pattern: Garden Days from Fresh Family Traditions by Sherri McConnell

Mini Granny Square Block
May 2015

Scrappy Log Cabin Mini
May 2015

Awesome Mix Vol. 1 Mini Quilt
April 2015
Pattern designed by me

Patchwork City Modern Color Wheel
March 2015
Dimensions: 24in x 24in
Pattern: Blocks from Patchwork City by Elizabeth Hartman

Scrappy Red Star Mini Quilt
February 2015
Dimensions: 12in x 12in

Flamingo Mug Rug (Extra for my Sweet and Salty Easter Swap)
February 2015
Dimensions: 10.5in x 6.5in 

Rainbow Mug Rug (extra for my Rainbow Mini Quilt Swap)
February 2015
Dimensions: 12.5in x 6.5in

 Scrappy Rainbow Star Mini Quilt
February 2015
Dimensions: 24in x 24in
Created for my Rainbow Mini Quilt Swap Partner

Froggy Baby Quilt
February 2015
Dimensions: 32in x 40in

Safari Animal Baby Quilt
January 2015
Dimensions: 36in x 40in

Pixel Heart Mini
January 2015
Pattern: drawn up by me, dimensions: 22in x 18in

Mini Come What May (Schnitzel & Boo Mini Quilt Swap)
January 2015
Pattern: Mini Come What May by Jaybird Quilts, dimensions: 16in x 20in


"J" Mini (extra for my Schnitzel & Boo Mini Quilt Partner)
January 2015
Pattern: Spell It With Fabric, dimensions: 10in x 12in

Up Parasol Baby Quilt
January 2015
Dimensions: 36in x 40in

Dapper Foxes Baby Quilt
January 2015
Dimensions: 36in x 40in

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