Quilt Show at Motlow College in November 2003

These paper-pieced hearts came from an Internet swap in 2000. Batik fabrics were used throughout.

Grandma's Secret from Anita Hallock , This quilt was made for the Ronald McDonald House in Nashville.


This is one of four T-shirt quilts I have made for graduating high school seniors.

This quilt was used as a shower curtain! The sew and flip string quilt was finished with bias tape so there was no batting, making it a lightweight quilt top perfect for dispaly in the guest bathroom.


This Y2K quilt contains Internet swaps from 50 states and 30 foreign countries. Each swap netted 24 fabric squares and 1 signature square. The quilt is hand-quilted and a real treasure.

Another Y2K quilt set in a Yellow Brick Road arrangement. This quilt is also hand-quilted.

This is an original design to commemorate Y2K. Each paper-pieced coloration contains 100 scraps of fabric sewn on a modified Pineapple design. One of my first machine-quilted ventures, this quilt hung over my desk in my office for several years.

This paper-pieced Pineapple quilt uses the four basic colors red, yellow, blue, and green. This quilt is hand-quilted.


This quilt is based on a pattern from Nickel Quilts.

This quilt, shown on the poster above, was a strip-pieced watercolor quilt that I made for my brother as a Christmas gift. My brother died on December 23, 2003 so he never saw it.