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Monday, November 9, 2015

Deana: Online Quilt Trunk Show

I am excited to be a part of the online quilt trunk show hosted by Whims and Fancies. Below is a list of a few of my FINISHED projects for the show.  I hope you will enjoy them.

Jessi's Medallion - made for my daughter, Jessi, for her wedding this past May.  


Windmill Quilt - also made for Jessi's wedding

Sewing Room Delight - made for a friend in a Christmas friends swap  - 2014 Christmas. 

Horse quilt for my son - Christmas 2014.  The silhouettes are all of him.

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Dorinda Quilt - made in memory of my Great Great Great Great Grandmother Dorinda.  It is a replica of her design.


Gold quilt - made by my mother but I quilted it.  


Shimmer Braid - I designed this one for Fort Worth Fabric Studio.


All but the Dorinda quilt were started and completed within the last year.  Most of these quilts are my own design and some of the patterns can be found in my Craftsy shop.  There is a link in the sidebar.



35 comments:

Carol said...

Oh my gosh! Your quilts are gorgeous!

Heide said...

Beautiful quilts!

Ann T. said...

Wow is all I can say!!!!!

SarahZ said...

Okay, I am ready to trade trunks, lol! What a thoughtful collection of wonderful, just gorgeous quilts!

Deonn said...

These quilts are stunning! So lovely - the designs, the quilting, the purpose for making each one! They are all treasures, beautiful gifts. I'm especially drawn to the Dorinda quilt - as it appears that the talent is in the genes! Thank you for sharing these!

Needled Mom said...

Those are just stunning!

krislovesfabric said...

You do wonderful work, all of your quilts are great beauties. That rotary cutter flower really made me smile!

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

I am worn out just looking at all of the gorgeous, stunning quilts that you made!!! LOL!!! They are all beauties.

Lara B. said...

Wow Deana!... if that doesn't just knock off all our Quilty socks, nothing will! And to think you did these all this year, when you had so much else going on (except Dorinda's) Amazing work!

Debbie said...

Beautiful works of art! Your quilting is outstanding too. Those medallion quilts are just beautiful.

Patty D from NC said...

Your work is exquisite. Thank you for sharing.

legato1958 said...

Love your quilts!! They are so beautiful and colorful, and your quilting is fantastic!
Susie

Marsha Hodgkins said...

You're quilts are amazing. Dorinda would be so proud! I am blown away by some of these beauties. Thanks for sharing in the Linky Party.

ruthiequilts said...

These are simply stunning! Beautiful designs, and quilting! Thanks for sharing them with us...

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

What beautiful work you do! All the recipients of your quilts are very lucky to have such works of art....and such works of love......

TheEclecticAbuela said...

Golly! What lovely work. :)

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

I have always admired your work! Wow! They really are quite stunning. Thank you so much for sharing.

-Soma

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Love your parade and your beautiful quilts--thanks for sharing them!

JanineMarie said...

Oh my, what gorgeous quilts, and so many in such a short time!! the details are amazing. I'm really impressed that you finished not one, but two quilts for your daughter's wedding. (I'm going on 1 1/2 years after the fact for my son and daughter-in-law, and I'm still not done.)

Judy@Quilt Paradigm said...

What a trunk show!! So much fun seeing these quilts again. I must say, Jessie is one very lucky young lady! And your son's quilt is one of my favs of your quilts :) Thanks for sharing all of these wonderful quilts, such inspiration!!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

All just beautiful, but the horse medallion has the story.

Sally said...

Oh my, gorgeous quilts one and all. Very impressive. Thanks for sharing

Vicki in MN said...

They are all wonderful, my favorites are the Gold one your mom made and your braid shimmer, all my colors!!

Marsha Hodgkins said...

One year's worth of quilts. I hope you have a big family to give all your quilts out to!!! You are a prolific quilter and they are all gorgeous. My favorite is your mother's quilt and your quilting made it stand out from the rest in my book.

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I think your Dorinda quilt is my favorite although the windmill is spectacular, too hard to pick a favorite from all your beautiful work!

Karen said...

Wow! Some stunning quilts. The western themed one caught my eye. You have made some challenging designs.

deb @ frugal little bungalow said...

Your quilts are a work of art...each one is amazing and beautiful.

Quilting Babcia said...

I'm in awe, these are absolutely gorgeous! I can't choose a favorite from all these masterpieces, but your 4xgreat grandma was also a fabulous quilter. Your reproduction of her quilt is outstanding.

Laura said...

Your projects are stunning, created with great skill. Sure wish I could see each one up close. The dresden plate quilt is my favorite, I think.

September Violets said...

These quilts are all stunning!! I just love the horse quilt, and wonder is the horse head in the centre appliqued? It's gorgeous! Your family is very blessed to have all these quilts made for them :)
Wendy

Elizabeth said...

Wow! Your quilts are so beautiful and stunning. Thank you for sharing.

Karen H said...

Wow, wow, wow! What amazing quilts. I really liked that you recreated a quilt made by your 4x great grandmother. It is a real beauty. Do you have the original?

Thanks for the fabulous quilt show!

Hilachas said...

Your quilts are lovely. Thanks for taking the time to open your trunk for us.

Kim said...

Can you adopt me....please, please!! So, so many splendiforous quilts spilling from your trunk!! Love Jessi's Windmill Quilt and your son's Horse quilt....words fail me!! Dorinda's quilt is just beautiful! Actually, there are not enough superlatives to describe your quilts!!

Leanne Parsons said...

So beautiful! I love the quilts for your daughter's wedding, and the silhouettes of your son on his quilt.