I’m happy to create new and original works for you! Pick your design and color scheme, and I will work up a digital preview of your quilt for you to approve before I begin the quilting process. Pick one of the following designs, or come up with something original; I love the creative process, and I’d love to help you come up with something one-of-a-kind!
If you’re interested in commissioning a quilt, email me at email@example.com and I’d be happy to start the design process with you!
This one works up quickly using a fun theme fabric and three coordinating colors. I can find novelty fabric with just about any theme, so this one is great to match to the recipient’s interests!
Another quilt that focuses on a fun novelty or other large-scale printed fabric. Pick two coordinating colors!
Pick as many colors and shades as you like, and see them arranged in a tumbling-blocks pattern!
Two color families make for a striking contrast in this geometric quilt design!
This small quilt design can be made much larger into a bed-sized quilt. Pick two colors and a neutral for a chain to match any decor! I can do custom quilting designs in the white space– flowers, hearts, or any variety of swirly motifs (to use very technical terms).
Five fun colors plus a neutral (white or beige) make for a fun and fast quilt. I can do special machine-quliting designs inside the blank blocks– hearts, flowers, etc. or something a little more complex.
A variety of prints in two colors make for a charming welcome for baby!
This one can be made with as many as twenty different coordinating fabrics, in as few as two or as many as eight different colors.
This unique quiltmaking method takes a large-scale print, shown here in the border, and creates pinwheels using repeated sections of the pattern print. Two different types of pinwheels can be created from the fabric.
Night and Day:
This fun geometric quilt can be done in two colors, or use a third color in the center of the stars as an accent.
Another fun scrappy quilt that can be made up in any number of color schemes, from scrappy to uniform.
Despite the appearance, this quilt uses no curved pieces! Pick a monotone color scheme, as shown here, or go for a brighter selection of colors. (Dog shown is optional!)