These first three photos were by the featured quilter Bev Longford.
You can see her colour palette.
I want to make one of these one day. It's a Piece O' Cake pattern in the book "Once Upon a Season." I got the book on sale when I was in California - one of the few things I really wanted.
This is a full-sized quilt with many, many little Dresden Plates. I can't remember what the size of the block was.
A gorgeous stain glass quilt.
A nice log cabin variation.
French Braid quilt.
Another braid quilt.
Just goes to show what you can do with orphan blocks.
A wonderful, delicate quilt in pastels.
A great scrap quilt. My friend Judy really liked the two-block pattern.
Another wonderful scrap quilt.
I always seem to take a photo of this quilt (the one in the back.) It is so versatile and I have one too. It's all put together and basted in a bag waiting for me to hand quilt but smaller projects have taken over for the time being.
Another scrap quilt but it just goes to show you that you can use all bright, vibrant fabrics too.
I leave you today with this cute little Easter quilt. What a fun quilt to make. Anyone know the pattern because it seems like it could be a commercial one?
Update: I did a little searching on my own and found that this pattern is called "Garden Hoppin'" and it's from Prairie Grove Peddler.