Rebecca's Finished Quilts

48 x 59 Christmas Sweets Disappearing 9-Patch, 2021

Christmas Sweets E2E Quilting Detail

C is for Charlie, 39" x 39", 2020

C is for Charlie, Custom Quilting Detail

Butterflies in Margot's Garden, 38" x 38", 2020

Butterflies in Margot's Garden, Broderie Perse Appliqué Detail, Hand Guided Quilting

Sermon Scribbles, 54" x 70", 2020

Sermon Scribbles, Custom Quilting Detail, Ruler Work + Free Motion, Hand Guided

Mission Impossible Graduation Quilt for Lars, 68" x 90", 2019

Mission Impossible Detail, Foundation Paper Piecing + Hand Guided Ruler Work

Math Is Beautiful, 51" x 51", 2018.  First Long Arm Quilt!  Hand Guided Pantograph

Beginner Quilting Class Sample, 36" x 36", 2017, Domestic Machine Quilting

5th Grade Class Raffle Quilt, 51" x 59", Domestic Machine Quilted, 2014

Birds for Gramma, 14 1/4" x 19 3/4", Machine Embroidery and FMQ (first feathers), 2013

9th Quilt: Dresden Plates for Princess Petunia, 47" x 47", 2013.  Minky backing and satin binding.

My Eighth Quilt, "Drunken Dragons" for Lars, 66" x 97", 2012
Bobby's Quilt, 73" x 96", 2016

Amish Baby 54-40 or Fight, 50" x 50", 2015.  Minky Backing and Satin Binding.

Back of "Drunken Dragons" with Quilted-In Scrabble Label
My Seventh Quilt: The Very Hungry Caterpillar, 2010
Machine Embroidered Personalization and Wobbly Early FMQ
My Sixth Quilt: Machine Embroidered Monogram, Minkee Batting and Satin Ribbon Ruffle. For my niece Sarah, 2008. Hand Tied with Embroidery Floss instead of quilted.
My Fifth Quilt, "Froggy Quilt of Many Colors" for Anders, 2006

Machine Embroidered Quilt Label

My Fourth Quilt: "Storybook ABCs" for my nephew James, 2006.  Machine embroidered blocks.
My Third Quilt: "Sugar Shack Leaves" for Bernie, 51" x 51", 2004-2006
Detail of Hand Quilting on "Sugar Shack Leaves"
Second Quilt: "Celestial Double Nine Patch," 51" x 51" baby quilt for Anders, 2003

My First Quilt, a Roman Square for Lars completed in 2002.

I used lots of novelty prints so we could play "I Spy"


Unknown said...

I love them! Awesome job!

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Janice Holton said...

My favorite part of visiting a new blog is looking at the quilts they've made. You definitely have a designer's flair! They are wonderful!

Rebecca Grace said...

Thanks, Janice! So few of my quilts ARE finished, unfortunately – I should make a new page with my UFO quilts!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.


saveplus said...

They all look too good and great .I love them all,Thank's for shearing

Diane Harris, Stash Bandit said...

I came to your blog after reading a thoughtful comment you left about ads and affiliate links on While She Naps. I like what you're doing here! Nice to meet you!

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