A Few of my Quilts

I finished a couple of quilts last week and took some photos of them and others today. Thought I’d share them here. I love being surrounded by books, quilts and good friends.
The Story TellerJaneJack & JillSturbridge CrossingSturbridge Crossing25 PatchNine PatchesKitesPansies

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19 Responses to A Few of my Quilts

  1. Caryl says:

    Love your quilts, Ann. What a happy entry! Can’t help but notice your Amish dolls and wonder when you’re coming for a trip to Amish country. Thirty percent discount in their one-of-a-kind fabric stores the first Friday in May!

  2. Kennedy says:

    So, what did you do in your spare time?

  3. Karen says:

    Love your quilts!! Beautiful!

  4. Janet says:

    Love your quilts ! Absolutely Beautiful !!!

  5. Pam says:

    I love your choice of fabrics.

  6. Lorri Knight Steele says:

    Ann Thank you for sharing the gift the Lord has blessed you with, your work and color choices are lovely. Keep quilting. From one quilter to another, Lorri.

  7. Vicki McCarron says:

    They are really lovely.

  8. Dottie says:

    Love the quilts you’ve made. All of them are exactly what I like although some of mine have gotten a bit more ‘modern’ which surprises me!

  9. Karen says:

    Just beautiful!!!

  10. Janet says:

    Beautiful quilts! Thanks for sharing.

  11. Sharon says:

    Absolutely awesome

  12. Dolly says:

    Just simply beautiful!!!😊😊

  13. Linda Hester says:

    You address a truly talented quilter. Thank you for sharing inspiration. I love your hanging shelf. Funny where we find inspiration.

  14. Constance Ayala says:

    I realize it’s been a while since you posted these quilts but the fourth one down is exceptionally pleasing to me. I have searched for the pattern and/or name but cannot find it!
    Would you please tell me what pattern it is and where I might find the instructions?
    Thank you so much!

    • Hi Constance! That is a really fun quilt to make! There’s an easy technique. I’m in Africa now and will be home in September. If you will email me at annlewis@byu.net around the first of October, I can send you the pattern name and info. It was in a magazine and I have it at home. I can send it to you once I’m back. I know right where it is, but I don’t have it with me here!

  15. Abby says:

    Beautiful quilts. I am wanting to make a scrappy hourglass quilt like the the third one down from the top. Would you mind sharing tips as to how you did this? I am fairly new to quilting and don’t know what the most economic/efficient method would be. Thank you!

  16. Robin says:

    The seventh quilt down, with all the white and pretty little squares is so beautiful!! What name would I search to find a pattern for it? All of your quilts look beautiful and your shelf is very pretty too!!

    • Hi Robin. I didn’t really use a pattern. You can just make 9-patches (cut squares or strips to strip piece at 1.5″, finishing at 1″, then alternate them with solid squares cut at 3.5″ to finish at 3″. It’s a simple timeless pattern. If you searched for simple 9-patch patterns, you could probably find one for this quilt.

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