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  • Baby Quilt

    Cascarone from Spring 2013 Easy Quilts. The colored triangle fabric is a sampler from Connecting Threads and the white background is Kona. It was my first attempt at using templates. The quilt was 6 days late but the baby came 6 weeks early!
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Thu, Aug 29 2013
  • Fall Wall Hanging

    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Thu, Aug 29 2013
  • Hunter's Meadow

    This quilt was made for my husband for our 21st anniversary. He told me specifically that he wanted to be next for a quilt and he wanted it made of Real Tree. If you don't know what Real Tree is, it is a licensed hunting camoflage fabric. When he told me that was what he wanted I remembered a quilt pattern I flagged in an old magazine. The pattern
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Tue, Dec 4 2012
  • camoflage fabric

    Does anyone have a source for camouflage quilting fabric? My husband has stated very clearly that it's "his turn" for a quilt and was specific on his fabric request. I purchased "Realtree" fabric that turns out to be canvas. I hesitate to combine it in a quilt with traditional quilting fabric. Does anyone have any tips on how
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Kristine Smith on Fri, Jun 15 2012
  • "Harper" quilt

    This quilt was inspired by a quilt I saw in a library book. The original quilt was made by Sarah K. Headley in 1838. I really liked the colors and the large flying geese blocks. I kept coming back to this quilt in the book and finally read the details of Ms. Headley's story. She is from the same area in Pennsylvania that my family is from and, she
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Sun, Mar 11 2012
  • Spring

    This is my first "One Block Wonder" quilt. The fabric print is of lilacs in different shades of dark lavender to light, almost pink. I loved the way I got purple, green, lavender and pink hexagons. It was a fun project to do.
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Sun, Jan 22 2012
  • The Plaza for Jim

    This is the 3rd Plaza I made, and its all in blues. This picture is prior to the long arm quilting. I really enjoyed making these quilts.
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Sun, Dec 11 2011
  • The Plaza for Brandon

    This is another Plaza pattern quilt I made. This one is for my son Brandon. I collected brown fat quarters all year from everywhere I went. Doing a project like this is a great excuse to stop at every quilt store in a new town. I quilted all three of these on a long arm at my local quilt store. I have never done that before I an really enjoyed doing
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Sun, Dec 11 2011
  • The Plaza for Cody

    This pattern is called The Plaza and I made for my nephew Cody who is a senior in highschool. I collected green fat quarters all year long and then put it together in time for the holidays.
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Sun, Dec 11 2011
  • Courthouse block wall hanging

    I made this wall hanging from all civil war reproduction print scraps. The blocks are Courthouse Steps, Courthouse Square, and Courthouse Lawn and I hung it in my office at the law firm where I work.
    Posted to KRISTINES's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Kristine Smith on Tue, Oct 25 2011
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