The Sailboats quilt was made for my grandson, Cayman, in 2011.
The Kites quilt was made for my grandson, Lincoln, in 2011.
The Double Irish Chain quilt was made for my nephew, Shawn, in 2008.
The Snoozin' with Silly Snakes quilt was made for my grandson, Donovan, in 2008.
The Falling Leaves quilt I made for me in 2008.
The Clay's Choice quilt was made for my mother-in-law in 2007.
The A Star is Born quilt was made for my granddaughter, Jovie, in 2007.
This little sampler quilt was made in 2007.
This sampler quilt was made in 2007.
The Road to Oklahoma quilt was made for my mom in 2006.
The Under Construction quilt was made for my son, Scott, in 2006.
This little Flip Flop quilt was made for my daughter, Kelly, in 2006.
The Airplane quilt was made for my grandson, Nathan, in 2006.
This one I made for my daughter, Kelly, in 2006.
I started quilting again in 2005. This is my first pieced quilt. (This isn't a very good picture. The quilt is a queen size. )
Beautiful collection of quilts! I especially like the "Road to Oklahoma;" the colors are great. I've made a few quilts before and hope to try machine quilting in the future.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lora, for the lovely comments on my quilts. The first two I made are all hand-made. The others are machine quilted. We tend to really use our quilts and they are stronger when machine quilted. Thanks for stopping by to look.Delete
Wow......Sharon, you are one talented lady! My girlfriend is a machine quilter, too. She usually does smaller items like table runners, wall hangings, baby quilts.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Doris, for taking a look at my quilts. I appreciate your kind comments. Since I have become so obsessed with card making, I've lost the desire to quilt. Hopefully one of these days I will get it back.ReplyDelete
Wow Sharyn! Your quilts are gorgeous! It's so nice when you receive something handmade especially these days! I know what you mean I used to do counted cross stich but card making takes all my time these days. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous creations with us to see!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Angelica, for the kind comments. One of these days I hope to get back to my quilting. Card making is so addictive. lolDelete
Oh my goodness! I love your quilts!!!! They are absolutely fabulous! <3ReplyDelete
Thanks, sweet lady.Delete