All roads lead to home, or something like that…This 85″ square medallion quilt features the Hard Frost line with a twinkling star in the center beckoning each round home.
When the weather starts to turn, there are times when the air can’t decide whether to be liquid or solid. So we get fog, especially by the rivers and creeks. This lap quilt shows those strange times when the river starts to steam and fog blankets the trees. 2.3.17. Update: New pictures! With this version
I have always loved the Tudors (Not the TV series, although if someone is willing to lend it to me I will love those Tudors as well.). There are Tudor roses, squiggly starched ruffs, and Sonnet XVIII from the Bard himself. Someone pull out their lute and we’ll get this party started.
When I moved back to the Midwest, there was some culture shock and a lot of cold weather. But before the mountains of snow arrive there’s a quiet time of frosty mornings. It’s the time when everything surrounding you seems to have given up its colors.
Even warm seas get a little choppy, but that doesn’t make them any less beautiful! This throw sized quilt has a crisp color scheme of creamy lights and dark blues. White Caps measures 52″ x 62″. 2.3.17 Update! New picture time. White Caps is the quilt that happens when you watch the new Pirates of the
Isla is the first line designed by Eye Candy Quilts. Based off of corals from around the world, Isla uses bright tropical colors, contrasted with sun-bleached hues. Dive right in.