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Personal Quilts

 

 

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Roman Stripes, Deb Geyer, 2007. 46″ x 60″, commercial cottons, polyester batting, machine pieced and machine quilted.

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Sue’s Lone Star, 2007. 80″ x 100″, commercial cotton fabrics, cotton thread. Machine pieced by Debra Spincic, machine quilted by Deb Geyer.

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Spring Star, Deb Geyer, 2007. 12″ x 12″ hand dyed cottons, polyester batting, machine pieced and machine quilted. Spring star is an original design.

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Broken Dishes, Deb Geyer, 2007. 12″ x12″ hand dyed cottons, cotton threads, polyester batting, seed beads, machine piecing, machine quilting, hand embroidery. Broken Dishes is based on the traditional pattern Broken Dishes.

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Dresden Plate, Deb Geyer, 2006. 53″ x 53″, hand-dyed cotton fabrics, cotton batting, cotton threads, machine pieced and machine quilted. Dresden Plate is based on the traditional pattern Dresden Plate.

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Shimmering Waters, Deb Geyer, 2005. 12″ x 12″, commercial cottons, cotton batting, cotton threads, bugle beads, machine pieced, machine quilted. Shimmering Waters is based on the traditional pattern Good Luck Token.

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Yankee Puzzle in Green, Deb Geyer, 2006. 18″ x 18″, hand dyed cotton fabrics, cotton batting, machine pieced, machine quilted. Yankee Puzzle in Green is based on the traditional pattern Yankee Puzzle.



2 comments

  1. I particularly love your Dresden plate quilt.
    I can sympathise with you on your ‘lightbulb moment’. I was very good at drawing too, but I don’t think they said anything to anyone. They looked as near as possible to what I was drawing. But now that I have let myself go and am not looking for perfection in everything I do I think my work is more exciting and interesting


  2. Wow, Deb! What fun to see these quilts together. They are all beautiful butDresden plate, Broken Dishes, and Shimmering Water are really catching my eye!! And your color choices are wonderful!



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