My Quilts

2017 finishes

At the Edge



2016 finishes

Scrappy 2




Walls





Build Me a Wall




Jacket II




Denim








Inner City
Front



and back.




2015 finishes

Two Hungry Birds




Little Elephant




Small Pleasures





2014 finishes

Charley Harper




Moon of Fallen Leaves






Fine Feathers (Annie's Quilt)








Scrappy




2013 finishes

Eden's Birds


And the back.




Birds for Rafael









Trip to Israel






African quilt - made in about 2006





14 comments:

  1. They are sooo beautiful. I am lost for words.

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  2. I'm glad you like them! It's cool for me to have them all in one place; it means I can see how my quilting has evolved over time.

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  3. Such beautiful quilts! You must collect fabrics with birds on them! I think I see a motif. :-)

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    1. Thank you, I'm glad you like them. The bird thing started with the two kids' quilts because I wanted them to have a common theme, but it has become a bit of a habit with me to look for birds when I'm browsing fabric sites.

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  4. You use such bright happy fabrics in your quilts....That scrappy one is pretty amazing...lots of little pieces of fabric. Wonderful work !

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    1. Thanks for coming to look - I'm glad you like them. Love of colour is what makes me want to quilt in the first place but it helps that there are so many great fabrics out there.

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  5. I really like your Birds for Rafael, so colourful and cheerful!

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  6. Scrappy quilts are my favorite. You do beautiful work!

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  7. Hi kaja! I love your quilts! They are beautiful, colourful and you have your own style! x Teje

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  8. You have a unique way of choosing your coloors. I love your quilts.

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  9. I love the backs as much as the fronts! And the colors of the African quilt! Beautiful, thoughtful patchwork and design.

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  10. Wow, I love all of them! I think we've got lots in common. Just a whole quilt show right here. Thank you!

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  11. Amazing work! I love the complexity contrasted with the simplicity of the backs!

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  12. I jusr adore your style and patterns. Fantastic. You inspire me....thank you. You a talented quilter. Keep sewing slowly.....

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