|Double Irish Chain, for me/baby|
|Paris Flea Market Find, AKA Red Wedding|
|Baby Spools, for my husband's boss's new baby|
|Spring Slice, for my cousin's baby|
|True Colors, for a wedding gift|
|Hexagons for Baby, for my friend's baby (obviously)|
|A quilt my mom and I made together for my cousin's wedding|
|Trinity Celtic Knot, a wedding quilt for a friend|
|Swoon, a wedding quilt for my labmate|
|No Tears In Science, Texas Teardrops QAL (full size version)|
|Orderly Chaos, a scrappy HST and DNP quilt for my boyfriend's couch|
|Fly South (baby geese version) for my reading closet|
|Fly South (green-pink-brown version) given to my sister|
|Gung Mun (second pattern inspired by my trip to Korea)|
|Broken Herringbone for my coworker's baby shower|
|Window to Seoul (pattern by me) for 100 Quilts for Kids|
|Lost at Sea, disappearing nine patch sampler|
|Texas Tear Drops QAL (small, neutrals version) for my host in Korea|
|Spring Fever, for my friend's baby shower|
|Little Peeks (and matching pillowcase) for my more or less sister|
|Drunkard's Path baby blanket for my cousin|
The horse blanket, ~10 years in the making. My mom did the piecing and I did the quilting and binding (possibly some of the sashing/borders too, I don't remember). On the rare occasions when I make my bed, this quilt goes on top. The back is flannel so I consider it my fall/winter quilt.
|The best part is that the manes are 3D|
Double Whirligigs. My friend Kat made this pattern when we were in college and I always admired it. After we graduated I was living with my parents for the summer, going crazy, so I made a quilt. I generally consider this my spring/summer quilt since it's very thin. When I'm not using it, it lives in a basket that my cat likes to sleep in.
|It's symmetric so just imagine this rotated 180 degrees and that's the other half. The back is very ugly.|
My first solo quilt (for my then boyfriend's birthday). I designed this pattern (it was some kind of swirl type pattern made from squares and HSTs) and did all the piecing and quilting myself. I wonder how it's held up/if he still has it...
|This is the only known picture of this quilt. At least I know it was used ^_^|
The frog blanket. My mom and I made this rag quilt together for me to take to high school. I've loved it for the last ~10 years and it's held up pretty well. Nowadays I use it as a picnic blanket (it's the perfect size!) when I'm not sleeping under it. Update: this quilt is currently under repair because my puppy tried to eat it. Bad dog!
Someday in the near future there will be a picture here...