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  • Army Happy

    This is a patriotic themed happy quilt made for my brother. The center is an Army flag panel, the happy blocks are 8.5".
    Posted to spaynter's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Sabrina on Tue, Jun 11 2013
  • Baby pinwheel

    This is a pinwheel car seat quilt, the pinwheels are pastel with dots and it is machine stitched in the ditch.
    Posted to spaynter's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Sabrina on Tue, Jun 11 2013
  • I spy

    This is an I spy snowball toddler quilt made for my eldest son. The snowballs are I py with either letters or numbers as the corners. the border is a letter and number chalkboard print and the backing is an atlas print.
    Posted to spaynter's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Sabrina on Tue, Jun 11 2013
  • The cow jumped over the moon

    This is a 43" square quilt i made for my youngest son. the batting is 100% cotton and the backing is flannel. The center details are hand stitched and the borders are machine stitched 1/4" from the seams.
    Posted to spaynter's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Sabrina on Tue, Jun 11 2013
  • Scrappy Happy

    A four patch happy block quilt. the centers are four patches, these are bordered with 2.5" strips, making them 8.5" blocks. The theme to this quilt is scrappy, and the recipient has told me that it reminds her of Hawaii.
    Posted to spaynter's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Sabrina on Tue, Jun 11 2013
  • Christmas Stocking

    I wanted to make some thing extra special for my nephew for Christmas. I cut out two pieces of fabric, right sides facing each other, plus a piece of batting, and two pieces solid red fabric for the backing. Each piece is hand quilted. I then sandwiched the stocking right sides facing, pinned red bias tape around the edges and machine sewed the edges
    Posted to spaynter's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Sabrina on Sat, Jun 16 2012
  • Bandana Quilt - Ashley's Graduation Gift

    I found a pattern online to make a child's bandana quilt and fell in love. The young woman the quilt was for loves lime green which is a hard color to find (for me any how). I found the beautiful bandanas at my local Walmart one day while shopping with my daughter. Perfect fit, my heart was locked on the project. Matching up the edges was a bit
    Posted to spaynter's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Sabrina on Sat, Jun 16 2012
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