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2019 Quilts


Rainbow Mini Swoon
October 2019
Pattern: Mini Swoon by Thimble Blossom
Dimensions: 19 inches x 19 inches

Rainbow Modern Blocks Sampler
September 2019
Pattern: Sliding Scale from Tula Pink 100 Modern Quilt Blocks
Dimensions: 54 inches x 58 inches

Rainbow Science Fair Mini Quilt
September 2019
Pattern: Mini Science Fair Quilt by Jaybird Quilts
Dimensions: 12.5 inches x 16.5 inches

The Chemist Quilt
September 2019
Pattern: Basic Patchwork with 5 inch squares
Dimensions: 45 inches x 54 inches

Mod Tiles
September 2019
Pattern: Mod Tiles, designed by me
Dimensions: 36 inches x 36 inches

906 Quilt | Pixel UP Quilt
July 2019
Pattern: 906 Quilt, designed by me
Dimensions: 28 inches x 48 inches

Modern Maples
July 2019
Pattern: Traditional Maple Block with scrappy 9 patch background
Dimensions: 55 inches x 67 inches

I've Got the (Denim) Blues
June 2019
Pattern: Half Way Home by Heather Jones Studio
Dimensions: 60 inches x 72 inches

Bonnie and Camille Churn Dash Quilt
June 2019
Pattern: Churn Dash with piano key border
Dimensions: 48 inches x 48 inches

Black & White Tula Modern Mini Sampler
May 2019
Pattern: blocks from Tula Pink Modern Sampler book
Dimensions: 12 inches x 18 inches

Rainbow Boxed In Quilt
March 2019
Pattern: Boxed In Block by Elizabeth Dackson
Dimensions: 72 inches x 72 inches

Luna Selfie
February 2019
Pattern: Luna Selfie by Sew Fresh Quilts
Dimensions: 10 inches x 10 inches

Hermione Selfie
February 2019
Pattern: Hermione Selfie by Sew Fresh Quilts
Dimensions: 10 inches x 10 inches

Lizzy House Garden Snail Quilt
February 2019
Pattern: Garden Snail Quilt by Pen and Paper Patterns
Dimensions: 65 inches x 65 inches

Tiny Green Dresden Mini Mini
January 2019
Pattern: Mini Dresden by Quilty Obsession
Dimensions: 6 inches square

Geometric Heart Mini Mini
January 2019
Pattern: Geometric Heart by Quiet Play Designs
Dimensions: 5 inches square

LOVE Mini Quilt
January 2019
Pattern: inspired by many LOVE mini quilts
Dimensions: 15 inches x 17 inches

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