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My Quilts

These are pictured in order from the most recent.  Just click on the name of the quilt to see the original blog post!
  


2014

(Laundry Money Pattern)



































































































2013































Grapefruit Fizz- an original design.  You can find the block tutorial HERE!















This is the fourth and final memory quilt made from my grandfather's shirts
for my dad and his three brothers.



This is the third of four memory quilts made from my grandfather's shirts 
for my dad and his three brothers.
















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Bricks and Mortar- #2 of four memory quilts made from my grandfather's shirts



Western Kaleidoscope- a memory quilt made for my Dad from my grandfather's shirts (#1 of four)


















*The quilts below were all made before I started blogging, so photography wasn't exactly a priority.

The Night Before Christmas Quilts



Chocolate Covered Cherry





Chateau Rouge (by French General)




Summer Garden- I used a mix of Riley Blake Decadence and Daydreams fabrics




Beachy Dreams- Disappearing Nine Patch variation by Stitchery Dickory Dock




Storytime Squares Quilt- I used the pattern at Made By Rae and modified it just a bit



Churn Dash Quilt-




Scruffily Soul Blossoms- using Amy Butler's Soul Blossoms fabric 
and the tutorial found here at P.S.- I Quilt




2012- I had a wrist injury and surgery, so no quilts!  :(


2011

Denim and Corduroy Quilt- this was made using all of my wild thing's jeans and overalls from babyhood. 

(This is also the quilt that injured my wrist while cutting the denim.  I tried therapy and other treatments for a LONG time before finally having surgery in 2012)




2010


Christmas Pinwheels




Christmas String Spiderweb



Gumball Machine- made using the Raw Edge Circle Quilt Tutorial at Cluck Cluck Sew



Turning Twenty Quilt




LSU Quilt (I live in the Memphis area, but I'm from Baton Rouge- Geaux Tigers!)




Mom's Shabby Chic Quilt- backed in brown and cream toile




Rail Fence Quilt



Scruffily Quilt (tutorial from PS I Quilt)




Another Scruffily Quilt (love that pattern, and it was a favorite with the kids)



Baby Boy Shoo-Fly




2001-2010- LONG hiatus from quilting while we moved several times, I earned a Masters degree, 
and had our wild thing!


1999- My second quilt- a gift for my best friend (since preschool), Elizabeth



1999- my very first quilt (king size!)



(I made others in 2000-2001, but no digital cameras then, 
so I never took a picture before I gave them away!)


11 comments:

  1. I really enjoyed your blog and viewing the many beautiful quilts you have made. I have been on a blog hiatus due to surgery but will be back soon. You are a real inspiration to get doing things.

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  2. Wow, your progression is amazing! Your quilts are beautiful. This is what I want my 'quilt' page to look like!

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  3. thank you for sharing your quilts, and having this blog. I am still a "newbie" and love piecing. Now to start tackling free motion quilting!

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    1. Thank you so much Darlene! I'm so glad you enjoy my blog. I'm new to blogging but not to quilting. Good luck with FMQ, I just tackled that in January myself! It just takes practice (and I'm by no means an expert!).

      :) Kelly
      ps- you're a no-reply blogger, so I'm responding here!

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  4. I love the fact that you have a signature FMQ style. Gives the quilts a Kelly stamp so as to speak. :)

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  5. Your quilts are just lovely . I love your colours and how modern they look. It is inspiring and wants to make me want get sewing again.

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  6. Thank you so much Kelly, for the free tutorials. I love your attitude toward quilting (and refinishing desks) (smile). You make beautiful quilts, but do not make it so complex that I cannot follow. Love the simplicity of your designs and the way you explain. Yes, pics are always worth a 1000 words.
    By the way, a good method of antiquing that desk would be to use a nearly dry brush. Barely dip your brush, but even then wipe much of that off onto a piece of scrap lumber or plywood... something to dry it a bit. You'll get a feel for just how much after some trial and error. As you say about quilting, be organic with it. There is no wrong or right as long as you are happy. And you can always remove later if you dislike. 'Simple Green' is a great product in such circumstances even after water based art work dries.
    Yours is 1st site I've ever experienced not requiring password and signup. How refreshing!
    Martha

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    1. Thank you so much Hope! I'm so glad you enjoy reading my blog, as I truly enjoy writing it!

      :) Kelly

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  7. Mrs.Young,
    I enjoyed your quilts very much.I liked the night before Christmas quilts the most.I hoped I could see more of your quilts.
    Yuka Yang

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  8. I just discovered your blog. I love your quilts! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  9. Just discovered your blog. I absolutely love your quilts. I will be a new follower on bloglovin!

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