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Gallery Hedgehog QuiltsVirginia W from New Freedom, PA writes: “Back on Dec, 15 I was just starting this quilt and you gave me some very helpful tips.  I made it for my daughter and her husband as a Christmas gift and just got it done.  I’m new at this. I bought the kit at Vicky’s Fabrics in Kapa’a Kauai last February.  You said to send a picture when I got it done. Here it is. With me and my daughter, Laura, beside me.   It is hanging by the sides as we had no place tall enough to hang it by the top. It is now on their bed. Thanks for your help to (a) new quilter.”

Didn’t Virginia do a great job?! It takes courage to tackle a pieced Queen-size quilt as a newbie! Thanks Virginia and congratulations on receiving such a work of love, Laura.

 

 

 

"Holiday Dressing Tree Skirt"
Hedgehog Quilts Gallery
by Nina Toutant of New Hampshire




Holiday Tree Skirt






Solar Flare Quilt

Made by Veronica E, Edinburgh, UK




"Our Treasure" from the Book Timeless Inspirations



Made by Sharee Z from Salem, OR




Quilted Brag Book

Anita C from Texas writes:
"I made... (this) for my daughter-in-law who just graduated...from Army BasicTraining."





Fireside Christmas Quilt

Cathy Burkett, owner of In Stitches http://www.institchesquiltshop.com in Rushville, IN writes,
"I made up the (Fireside Christmas Quilt) tree skirt out of our shop
hop fabric and kitted it up. It looks great! I did make it into a table
 topper by appliquéing a circle of the cream in the middle. I used my Slice
to cut holly leaves and appliquéd them on top of the cream circle. The
instructions were great and it was easy to put together!!"
Thanks, Cathy, it's terrific!




Holiday Dressing Tree Skirt


Made by Sheila P.

Made by Pat B
   

Made by Judy D & her mom from MO

Made by Susan T
   

Made by Shari N
 





Quilter’s Briefcase

Hedgehog Quilts Hedgehog Quilts
Quilter's Briefcase made by Marj Franzel, October 2008



by Kay Clingenpeel




Market Day bag designed for RJR.

Dan Morris' Mrs. Green Thumbs panels are perfect for the pockets.


Class models by Kay Clingenpeel




One of a Kind Kid Sweatshirt


“Dinosaurs” by Terry Albers, March 2009




Brick by Brick
Brick by Brick quilt in Kaffe Fasset shot cottons
made by MaryAnn, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Spring 2007.





Grandma's Emergency Kit

Theresa M of Mannville, Alberta Canada writes:  Our baby grandaughter has arrived and I am sending
you pics of the 2 grandma emergency kits I made. I am loving being a granmma!" 

Congratulations, Theresa and terrific job on the projects.  That's a lucky little girl.

Very Hungry Caterpillar
fabric by artist Eric Carle for Andover Fabrics
Baby Face fabrics by Loralie Designs
(touching the heart with fun art)
Both are my variations of Grandma’s Emergency Kit. Ask for details.





Hot Iron Tote
Hot Iron Tote by Linda Eastburg, Burlington, WI May 2008 My Class Pressing Spot & Hot Iron Tote made from charm squares and fat quarters.





Simply Yours Sweatshirt Jacket

Simply Yours Sweatshirt Jacket
made by Roberta, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Spring 2007.




Terry’s Flower Bed
by Jill Walker, AU


 
Terry’s Flower Bed made by Nancy Wilhelm, March 2009 Nancy writes: “I gave the quilt to my parents, Clarence and Ramona in Stevens Point, WI. They are in their 80's and have been married nearly 62 years. This quilt warmed their hearts and lifted their spirits. They were immediately reminded of their mothers who raised lots of old fashioned flowers as they grew up on Wisconsin farms. The quilt brought spring to their bedroom and joy to all of us. Diane Meschefske (My Fair Lady Quilting of Neenah, WI) did a beautiful job of finishing off the quilt by stitching a wreath pattern in each block and some waves, etc on the borders with a light green thread. It’s only the second large quilt I've made and I'm thrilled with the results!” Terry’s Flower Bed made by Lynda Conklin, May 2009 Lynda writes: I just started quilting in 2006 and this was the largest project I have completed.



Terry’s Flower Bed made by Marianne Britten, June 2009 Marianne writes: I sent my quilt to a friend in Indiana to be quilted and she did a wonderful job of custom quilting. I'm sure my nephew's girlfriend will absolutely love this quilt. She is slowly losing her sight and can no longer do quilting herself. Also, she has been an avid flower gardener which is why I loved this pattern. And with the custom quilting, I hope she'll be able to feel how it has been finished. Terry's Flower Bed by Karan Selezinka of San Diego, CA Karan writes: "My quilt and bedding accessories...(are) done". I've also included a picture of the valance I made for the bathroom area." Great job, Karan and I love the valance!





Tuesday Garden Club Quilt



Tuesday Garden Club by Debbie L from Michigan



Tuesday Garden Club Quilt by Anita Pease, Ellicott, Colorado - July 2009 Anita says: "Ellicott, Colorado is a very small town with lots of talent... (the members of) Gone To Pieces Quilt Club (formerly Ellicott Friends Quilt Club) have had a wonderful time with this pattern. I love this quilt!"
Tuesday Garden Club Quilts, sent in by Anita Pease, December 2009 Anita writes: "Gone To Pieces Quilt Club in Ellicott, CO has two more quilts done. (Others are still a work in progress.) Barbara Bernard made two of them for her grand-daughters for Christmas. She even put prairie points on them." Wow, Barb...the prairie points look terrific. Lucky Granddaughters!

Hedgehog Quilts
Tuesday Garden Club quilt
made by Sue from Ramona, California. Summer 2007
Tuesday Garden Club quilt
T-Shirt variation
This quilt was adapted by Laura MacBean in honor of Vicki Hightower (pictured with quilt), former Faculty Athletics representative at Elon University in Elon, NC. Pieced and quilted by Sandra Davis. Photo submitted October, 2008.








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