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Double wedding ring table topper.


Drawstring Jeans Bag. Original Design.

Duck wool applique tote.


Modern Table Runner. Original design.

Humming Birdie table runner, pattern by Woolin Rouge.
Batik table topper. Original design.
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Wall hanging featuring Anni Down's fabric line My favorite Things. Original design.
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Little Girl quilt using Anni Down's fabric line My Favorite Things. Original design.
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Sue's Dive. Batik hexagon stratas and fish applique. Original design.
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Wool on wool, hand applique, embroidery. Pattern by Under the Garden Moon.


Nancy Drew. Original design. (c) piecedbrain.com


Arabian Nights II, original design.
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Based on Crystal Stars pattern by Karen Combs.



Based on Meme's Quilts pattern MQ#195, Spring Chickens.



"Our Garden Quilt". Blocks made by 27 quilters from my quilt guild. Quilt layout by Margaret Brockbank. Machine pieced and quilted by me.

"Boston Neighborhood", batiks with free motion quilting. Adapted from "Row Houses" by Flavin Glover.


"We All Shine", Decolourant Plus on cotton, metallic and variegated thread work, original design.
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"Celebrate Life", based on Carmen Christian's American Beauty.


Scrappy Summer.
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Star Medallion: Machine pieced and quilted, applique outer border, original design.
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"Glow". Raw applique, crystallized elements, original design.
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"Refuge". Raw applique, quilted on my Bernina 440 QE. Original design.
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"Refuge", detail.
Original design. English paper piecing, fusible applique, embellished with semi precious gems and embroidery.
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Arabian Nights. Original design.
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First trip around the world.



Cool pattern to showcase a special fabric.



Things I like about Christmas.


Fussy cut turtles machine appliqued on blocks. Original design.
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English paper piecing and machine applique on borders. Original design.
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Based on a quilt in the book Happy Villages by Karen Eckmeier

Original design.
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I had this great fabric but did not want to chop it up. So, I just put the blocks in between the strips and quilted away.
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Same fabric as above, with a lattice appliqued over the strips.
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I had fun using these fabrics! A simple pattern with great results. Imagine them together on a bed quilt.


The center block was the product of a class on Quiltsmart products. I got home and found matching fabrics, folded triangles from a previous project and voila'!
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6 comments:

  1. Denise, your quilts are beautiful!

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    1. Thank you! There are so many possibilities - I know I have just scratched the surface these past few years... But, thanks to this wonderful art, I have kept my sanity (my family members may argue with this, though!)

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  2. Hi Denise. I have been answering all your blogs and now realizing that you probably didn't get anything because I wasn't doing it right!! DUH!!! Anyway, I love your blog and you are very inspiring to me. I don't know when or how you get it all done. Keep up the fun posts and interesting tutorials and good luck with your move. Love and Hugs, Ann Oh, by the way, where are you moving to? Did you get a house? xoxo

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  3. Hi Denise...My name 's Ivelise and I'm a brazillian crocheter... I cannot say how wonderful is your work!Beautiful quilting work... it is well done... You ve got talent! I congratulate you, and wish all the best... Greetings from Brazil :-)

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  4. Hi Denise! Your work is WONDERUL! I am absolutely impressed! ~Steph Kofoed (Your Visiting Teacher ;)

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  5. Where would I find the pattern for your black and white sewing pouch with the pin cushion inside?

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