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2017 Quilts


Cotton+Steel Vintage Christmas 
December 2017
Pattern: Vintage by Camille Roskelley from Simply Retro
Dimensions: 65 inches x 65 inches

Orange Peel Table Runner
November 2017
Pattern: Mod Citrus by Sew Kind of Wonderful
Dimensions: 16 inches x 40 inches

Chemistry Wicked Hexi Mini
November 2017
Pattern: Wicked Hex by Libs Elliott
Dimensions: 24 inches across

Brick by Brick
November 2017
Pattern: no pattern, just 3.5 inch x 5.5 inch rectangles
Dimensions: 36 inches x 36 inches

1 in a Minion Quilt
September 2017
Pattern: Minion panel with borders
Dimensions: 37 inches x 48 inches

Mini Spools
August 2017
Pattern: Inspired by many mini spool tutorials, made scrappy by me
Dimensions: 10 inches x 15 inches

Blooming Tulips
August 2017
Pattern: Designed by me using the the Mini Quick Curve Ruler
Dimensions: 36 inches x 45 inches

Rainbow Hazel the Hedgehog
August 2017
Pattern: Hazel the Hedgehog by Elizabeth Hartman
Dimensions: 14 inches x 14 inches

Blue Hexi Table Topper
August 2017
Dimensions: 15 inches x 30 inches

On Point Cross Block
July 2017
Pattern: 5 inch Cross Block
Dimensions: 16 inches square

 Rainbow Flying Geese
July 2017
Dimensions: 40 inches x 45 inches

Finding Dory Quilt
June 2017
Pattern: Finding Dory Panel
Dimensions: 38 inches x 48 inches

Unconditional Wedding Quilt
June 2017
Pattern: Unconditional, from Quilts Made with Love by Rachel Griffith
Dimensions: 72 inches square

Deadpool Mini Quilt
June 2017
Pattern: Paper pieced designed by me
Dimensions: 12 inches square

Awesome Mix Vol. 1 Mini Quilt
May 2017
Pattern: Designed by me
Dimensions: 11 inches x 17 inches

Lizzy House Scrappy Cushions
May 2017
Pattern: 5 inch Cross Block
Dimensions: 18 inches square

Little Ruby EPP table runner
May 2017
Dimensions: 5 inches x 15 inches

Pink Gypsy
April 2017
Pattern: Gypsy by Villa Rosa Designs
Dimensions: 36 inches x 45 inches

Daysail Modern Lattice
April 2017
Pattern: English paper pieced honeycomb
Dimensions: 19 inches square

Rainbow Tilted Stars
April 2017
Pattern: Tilted Star block from Vintage Quilt Revival, my own setting
Dimensions 60 inches square

Sewing Box Modern Hexies
April 2017
Dimensions: 7 inches x 21 inches

Mr. Fox Floating Squares (Quilt the Book series)
April 2017
Pattern: Hopscotch and Ribbons from Quilts Made with Love
Dimensions: 36 inches x 45 inches

Rey & BB-8 Sunset Walk Mini Quilt
March 2017
Pattern: Designed by me for the May the 4th Mini Quilt Swap 2
Dimensions: 12 inches x 16 inches

Cotton + Steel Modern HST Sampler
March 2017
Pattern: Modern HST Sampler by Blossom Heart Quilts
Dimensions: roughly 56 inches x 80 inches

Sewing Room Mini Quilt Series
February 2017
Pattern: Spell it with Fabric by Moda (reduced by 50%)
Dimensions vary

Geometric Millennium Falcon
February 2017
Pattern by Quiet Play
Dimensions: 12 inches square

Curve It Up Sampler in Solids
February 2017
Pattern: Curve it up sampler by Sew Kind of Wonderful
Dimensions: 48.5 inches x 64.5 inches

No Scrap Left Behind - Lizzy House Edition
January 2017
Pattern: Designed by me
Dimensions: 8 inches x 13 inches

Geese of Hearts (GRMQ Ugly Fabric Challenge)
January 2017
Pattern: Designed my me
Dimensions: 13 inches x 14 inches

Mini Flying Geese
January 2017
Dimensions: 2.5 inches x 6.5 inches

Geometric Death Star Mini Quilt
January 2017
Pattern by Quiet Play
Dimensions: roughly 16 inches square

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