Realizations - Fabric Arts 

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Shelton, WA 98584

Phone: (360) 426-1718

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Quilts for Sale

The quilts and fabric arts works pictured below are for sale, as indicated. Pieces can be made to order, custom designed to match your requirements, or from an existing pattern. Previously sold items are shown as examples.

Custom quilts, hats, bags, and wall hangings are available for sale by contacting Realizations directly by phone or email. The examples below include currently-available works plus examples of previously sold items. All works are assembled from a variety of new, recycled, and repurposed materials, making each piece unique. Selected one-of-a-kind works are available for viewing and purchase at the following gallery locations:

To view selections by gallery, click on the gallery links above. or on the link below the item description below. To see only previously sold items, click here.


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The second of the pair of table runners made as a set.




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Detail of the reverse of the table runner above, showing the quilting. We customarily use thread colors to match the color of the blocks on the front of the quilt, with the same color in the bobbin.




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This 48" by 70" wall hanging was a class project, machine pieced and appliqued. The quilting on the applique was done on a standard free-arm machine and the over-all quilting on a long-arm quilting machine. Detail of the trapunto applique is shown in the banner at the top of the page.

SOLD: This quilt was sold through Serendipity in downtown Stevensville, Montana.




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"Heart to Heart," approximately 28" by 28". This machine-pieced, machine-quilted wall hanging was constructed from a Four Corners kit and completed on April 9, 2002. This finished quilt was available from Montana Public Radio as a thank you gift for a pledge of at least $120, during their annual Public Radio Week fundraiser, April 20-28, 2002.

SOLD: Thanks to the Montana Public Radio listener who donated to MPR. Hope you enjoy the quilt!




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