I made this quilt for the Virginia Quilt Museum fall 2018 exhibit. It is a replica of the Sunbeam Stained Glass Window hanging in Fredericksburg Baptist Church, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Definitely one I am very proud of.
This client had a big box of t-shirts from her 15 years of volunteering for our local relay for life team.
My client brought me a bag of items she had collected from her late father, including two t-shirts, one sweatshirt, two hats, one tie, and three other shirts she’d remembered her father wearing. We put them together into a wonderful memorial quilt for her mother for Mother’s Day. What a great family heirloom!
This was my labor of love for my church. I recreated one of the stain glass windows.
This client brought me her late father’s shirts to make a special quilt for his granddaughter for Christmas. We put a memory block in the center.
My client had kept many of her daughter’s gymnastics leotards, so we put them in a quilt!My husband is an avid cyclist, so I created this for him with his t-shirts.
This quilt was for a relay for life team for a special little girl who lost her battle with cancer at the age of 4. She loved dinosaurs.
I had made this for my son with some of his special shirts.
This special quilt was made for a client who’s grandmother had made these stars 80 years earlier. What a special heirloom!
My client had saved all his memorabilia from when he was in scouts. He had reached the rank of Eagle 50 years earlier!
This quilt was for my son when he reached the rank of Eagle. Love being able to display all his memorabilia instead of in staying in a box!
I made ths for a client who had saved all her son’s shirts from his many years playing baseball.