First T-shirt I made for bird sanctuary for a fund raiser.

This is from a picture I took at a show.  Gave this to artist.

This is from one of the artist's albums with added rainbow lone star.  Also, given to artist.

This is my own Roseate Spoonbill design.  This one was donated to audubon society and auctioned off for fund-raiser.

This was made from scraps and given to my first great nephew.  He loves it!

This was a hand pieced top found in my Grandmother's attic.  I quilted it and my brother has it.

My very first Lone Star Quilt from a class at Quakertown Quilts.

The picture does not do this quilt any justice.  He won a first place ribbon in 2009.

This was my son's collection of fabric he brought as a toddler while accompanying me to quilt shops.

Would you believe, my first block-of-the-month!  Women's Voices.  All done in reproduction fabrics.

This was a lone star quilt top I bought on ebay and quilted and sold.

This was hand pieced blocks of 30's fabric I also bought on ebay and gave quilt to my husbands daddy for his 80th birthday.

This was made out of tiny scraps from above scrappy irish chain quilt and made into this doll quilt.

My beautiful, beautiful Mermaid fabric made into a messenger bag and little quilted bag.

This beautiful wedding ring quilt kit came from ebay and was given to my mother for her new wedding.

This was a little throw I made out of some scraps and donated for a fund-raiser at local guild.

My husband's favorite flannel with flannel shirtings on back with pockets.

A little Coat of Many Colors I put together for a guild book program.

This is a little hand in heart pincushion from a class at IQ festival.

My beautiful Blue Heaven w/red from Bonnie Hunter's Blue Heaven pattern.

This is from another class at our guild and now, I can't think of the lady's name.  Feathered Star.

Feathered Star with borders.

Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt Roll Roll Cotton Boll.

Blocks from a dear friend, found after Hurricane Ike flooded our house.

This block is entered in a block contest for our guild.

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