My quilts

I am experimenting with adding my quilts to a separate tab.  Bare with me while I do it.  It may take me a few days to get the job done.

Little Crumbs in the Corner Quilt




Reversible quilt....




Crumbs in the Corner




Jungle critters baby quilt





Sarah's Crumb Quilt






Roger's Log Cabin








Log Cabin in Red












Small 4-patch



...and there there is the back of it...




Rag-quilt for Jackson




Double Irish Chain
My older daughter picked all the fabrics for this one...and told me to make something with them. I did a couple different things on EQ6 and she chose this one.










Olivia for Lorelei






My One Patch






The feel of an Irish Chain






Snoopy Quilt....




Lorelei's Jungle Quilt


Fuzzy Duck Quilt for Lorelei








Kid's quilts...yes, I made two exactly alike








Small quilt made with leftover blocks








River of Light quilt






Autumn Leaves


Friendship Cats

13 comments:

Sandra said...

these are every single one of them really really beautiful.. so glad you showed them to us.. crumbs in the corner and the red log cabin are my favorites.

Betsy Adams said...

Terrific, Rose... I need to consider doing this with our roses and other flowers --and maybe even our waterfalls..... Interesting....

Love your Quilt Page.
Hugs,
Betsy

Small City Scenes said...

GREAT!!!! I love them all. You are so very talented. Quilting is really an art. MB

Small City Scenes said...

I forgot to add that I like the Kitty wandering through. MB

Montanagirl said...

I hadn't noticed that "tab". So glad you mentioned it. Your quilts are all just so beautiful! I love the kitty in that one photo. Do you sell any of your quilts?

Genie Robinson said...

Your quilts are heavenly. If only I could machine quilt and piece like you. The arthritis and my scholiosis keep me from doing anything intricate these day. I can no longer sit at the sewing machine for more than 15 minutes at a time. It is so frustrating. Seeing your gorgeous work makes me wish I could still work on larger pieces. I grew up hand quilting on a ceiling swinging frame so changing to the machine has been difficult. I just wanted to tell you just how lovely I think your work is. genie

Genie Robinson said...

Your quilts are heavenly. If only I could machine quilt and piece like you. The arthritis and my scholiosis keep me from doing anything intricate these day. I can no longer sit at the sewing machine for more than 15 minutes at a time. It is so frustrating. Seeing your gorgeous work makes me wish I could still work on larger pieces. I grew up hand quilting on a ceiling swinging frame so changing to the machine has been difficult. I just wanted to tell you just how lovely I think your work is. genie

Nancy said...

Your quilts are beautiful, Rose. The colors are so rich. Your quilting is amazing. Can't imagine I'll ever be as accomplished as you are, but I'm enjoying the process of learning. Hugs, Nancy

Marie said...

Love the colors of that first crumbs quilt! Also, love the first log cabin and the river of light one! I am doing machine quilting with my "new" Viking Sapphire. It isn't the quilting version of the Viking, but it still does a great job! I have only completely finished one full-sized quilt and that was the one for our daughter that I posted recently. I have so many more that I want to do!:-)

Tom said...

Wow, your quilts are out of this world!!!
Tom The Backroads Traveller

Judy said...

Rose, I can't believe that I missed this link to all your quilts. You have made some beautiful quilts!!!

Jocelyn Thurston said...

Hi Rose, just walked my dogs and here I am...all the way from Canada!
I just looked at your quilt gallery. What an amazing array of beautiful quilts. What piecing and quilting! You are really talented. I find inspiration in this!

happyone said...

Every one is beautiful. You are very talented. I LOVE THEM ALL.

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