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Our Own Quilts

The quilts pictured below were made for our own use or as gifts for family members.

Of course, family quilts get everyone involved: even the webmaster gets his fingers pried off the keyboard from time to time and put to work hand-stitching binding.


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"South for the Winter," a kit pieced by Larye. The Monkey Wrench blocks suggest flying geese, but in an abstract way, so Judy quilted abstract ghost geese in the background blocks. Shown at the 2004 Missoula Quilt Guild show, "Down on the Farm," May 22-23, 2004.




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Detail of the quilting in the background of the Irish Chain in "South for the Winter."




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This full/twin quilt is an adaptation of "Mocha Java," a Joy Hoffman design featured in the April 2003 issue of American Patchwork and Quilting magazine. This version features many more different fabrics than the original, totalling 27 in all, including the backing. This was pieced by Larye, his first quilt, and machine quilted by Judy. It goes to our youngest son.




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Detail of the blocks in "Mocha Java." There are seven different block backgrounds, five different star fabrics, three different star centers, five dark fabrics in the four-patch squares, and two different sets of nine-patch squares.




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