Quilt Gallery

24" Swoon pillow, made with Pieces of Hope for Autism by Riley Blake Designs.
Finished December 2013.

"To the Rescue" from Quiltmaker Magazine, Sept 2009 issue. Paper-pieced rescue vehicles with applique wheels. Machine and hand-quilted, using Superior Bottom-Line in black, King Tut in Chariots of Fire, Star Variegated Yellow. Background quilting is flames!
My first ribbon! Honorable Mention in Viewer's Choice.
At the Peteetneet Quilt Show in Payson, UT, June 2013.

"Starburst QAL" by Melissa Corry of Happy Quilting Melissa. Finished May 2013 as a baby quilt for a co-worker. 40" finished block with borders. First quilt I've used FMQ spirals in negative space.

February 2013. Baby girl quilt for another coworker. "Diamond Daze" by Quiltmaker's "Quilts from 100 Blocks, Volume 2, Fall 2012". First quilt I've completed using mitered borders.

December 2012. Baby quilt for a coworker. It's a preprinted panel "DesignBuilder" from Ranae Allen Designs.

Sept 2012. "Maltese Dresden" a firefighter quilt, an original by Rachell Reilly. I entered my quilt in the Salt Lake Modern Quilt Guild's Dresden Challenge Sept 2012. I hand-embroidered the "scramble" in the center of the cross. This is my husband's first fire helmet.

 "Brown Bear, Brown Bear" Teacher-gift quilt. 2012. My first quilt that I used free-motion quilting!
Pattern/layout was originated by www.bugfabric.com .

 Patriotic-colored Block-of-the-Month Club, using Sylvia's Bridal Sampler patterns by Jennifer Chiaverini, club hosted by Dave's Bernina in Provo, UT, in 2011. Pieced by Jodi Harmon, quilted and finished by Rachell Reilly, 2012.

Doctor-gift quilt, 2010.
Simple Star from "Quick-Strip Paper-Piecing" by Peggy Martin, Halo Star by Marcia Hohn of Quilterscache.com
I used the same fabrics that I used in my two babys' quilts, and used stars like theirs, because this doctor delivered both my babies with high-risk pregnancies.

A sweet little quilt collaborated with one of my best friends. Our neighbor found out suddenly she had cancer....in July....and she passed away the first week in December. She had two weeks to love this little wall hanging, and her family said she was cuddled under it when she passed.
My friend's daughter came up with the idea of a quilt and name for the quilt "As I Have Loved You", because our friend had so much love and compassion for others in her heart. I designed the quilt in Quilt-Pro, we shopped together, I taught her how to paper-piece and applique, she hand-embroidered the words and the quilt label, and I did everything else, including the machine-quilting. Fall 2010.

My own little guy's baby quilt, 44x60, Completed 2010. Machine and hand-quilted.

My first son's baby quilt, 44x60". completed 2009. Almost completely hand-quilted!

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