EVEN MORE OF BETSY'S QUILTS

2002

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This is a small comfort quilt that someone made the top for and I finished it.

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This was a African designing drunkard's path quilt class that was taken by Jean Duffy. She donated the top and I finished it for EQ's Comfort Quilt Project. This is a child size quilt that will be given to Social Services or St. Vincent Hospital to be one of the many quilts we make and donate to be distributed to needy children.
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 This is my first attempt at using Eleonor Burn's Double Pinwheel method. It is a small comfort quilt.
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This is the second quilt to be made as part of Eleanor Burn's Double Pinwheel pattern. It is a crib comfort quilt.
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I made this crib comfort quilt in February. The fabrics were donated by employees of St. Vincent Hospital for us to make quilts for their young patients
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This is a kid's quilt I made out of fabrics donated by Sunspot's on University Ave. It was given to the Comfort Quilt project.
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This Puddy cat was my 2001 Xmas gift from Max Erickson. He is the cat I have been begging Paul to let me take home every time we went to the farm for a year. He is handsome with long soft hair and is very lovable. Paul has even grown to love him - even though he will never admit it.
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This is a crib size Bugs in a Jar quilt my cat, Puddy, and I made on consignment for $100.00. He was a great help. He let me know which part to sew or press next by laying on that spot. It has been great having a sewing companion. I may not get as much work done, but he is great company and gives me lots of laughs and hugs.
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This is a twin size quilt with fabric from Sunspot's.
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This is the backing for the quilt to the left made with a splash of anvil blocks.
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This is the twin size 63" x 83" I made for Amanda Redmann's graduation gift. It was a big hit at gift opening.
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This is the surprise backing for Amanda's quilt.
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This is the twin size quilt with fabric from Sunspot's that Puddy sleeps on and I sleep under.
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This is a twin size quilt with fabric from Sunspot's.
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This is a twin size quilt with fabric from Sunspot's.
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This is the surprise backing for the quilt to the left.
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This is a twin size quilt with fabric from Sunspot's.
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This is the twin size quilt with fabric from Sunspot's. Lorraine K. bought it for a gift for a blue bedroom at the spring ABCS craft sale .
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This is a child size quilt that was put together with blocks I made and some that were in a block challenge at  EQ. My supervisor, Julie Deprey purchased it for her granddaughter, Tory, who loves horses.
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This is the large lap flannel quilt I made as a result of a Wendy Gilbert class EQ had on how to sew flannels accurately.  It only took me four years to complete it. It is very cuddly.
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I had this mallard fabric for years. Every time I made a quilt I looked through my stash and asked myself what ever possessed me to buy this fabric. I found this Northern Star pattern to be the perfect setting for the mallards. It was donated to our church mission action in hopes that it would be purchased by a hunter, for a cabin or as a masculine gift.