This flannel quilt was created for my granddaughter. It is a rail fence pattern in a large lap-size. It has a flannel top and back and a polyester batting.
This was a Christmas Gift for my daughter. It is the Turning Twenty pattern in a large lap-size. It has a flannel top and back with a polyester batting.
This flannel quilt was made for my father-in-law. It combines plaids, stripes, and solids. It is a large lap-size with flannel top and back and a polyester batting.
This lap quilt was made for my aunt. It is flannel (top and back) with a polyester batting.
The star quilt was a tryout for a flannel quilt I made for my aunt. It is a donation quilt for a children's charity.
This is a quilt I made for my husband who loves gardening. It is made with vegetable fabrics I collected, and it is the original Turning Twenty pattern (though I made it a Turning Thirty so it would be queen-sized). I had it quilted in a blowing leaves panto by Penny Jurgens (Marshfield, MO).
I made this as a tryout for the Turning Twenty quilt I had planned for my husband. It is a quilt for donation to a children's charity.
I collected flannel shirts, dresses, pajamas, etc. for years to put together this quilt. The blocks finished at 8", and I used crochet cotton to tie it. It is queen-sized, backed with flannel, and has two layers of 6 oz. polyester batting inside.
This is the first quilt I pieced. I put it together beginning in 1979 but only got it quilted in 2013. It is king-size, and it was quilted with a pantograph of a sleeping cat by Penny Jurgens (Marshfield, MO).
Here are a couple of started projects I had put aside and ignored for months...finally finished them yesterday and today.