MY QUILTS

A small collection of some of the quilts I’ve made over the past nine years…

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Fresh As A Daisy Quilt (2021)

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Hexie Flower Quilt (2020)

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A Baby Quilt for my Nephew, Lucas (2019)

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Union Jack Quilt (2019)

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Lonestar Quilt (2019)

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Pantone Pinwheels Quilt (2019)

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Swoon Quilt (2019)

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Pixelated Rose Quilt (2019)

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Mini Block Sampler QAL Quilt (2019)

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Star Sampler QAL Quilt (2017)

Minimalist: 101
Minimalist: 101 (2013)
Amelia's Baby Quilt (2014)
Amelia’s Baby Quilt (2014)
Notting Hill House Mini Quilt (2015)
Notting Hill House Mini Quilt (2015)
The Happy Quilt (2013)
The Happy Quilt (2013)
'I Heart Colour' Wall-Hanging (2013)
‘I Heart Colour’ Wall-Hanging (2013)
Open Window Quilt (2015)
Open Window Quilt (2015)
Donna's 50th Quilt (2015)
Donna’s 50th Quilt (2015)
FQS Pandamonium Mini Quilt (2015)
FQS Pandamonium Mini Quilt (2015)
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HST Sampler Quilt (2015)
Jacob's Ladder Quilt (2012)
Jacob’s Ladder Quilt (2012)
Jacob's Ladder Quilt
Jacob’s Ladder Quilt (2012)
Shades of Blue (2008)
Shades of Blue (2008)
Caleb's Sailboat Quilt | May 2009
Caleb’s Sailboat Quilt (2009)
A Summer Bloom (2012)
A Summer Bloom (2012)
A Summer Bloom's Quilt Label (2012)
A Summer Bloom’s Quilt Label (2012)
Geo Dreams Quilt (2015)
Geo Dreams QAL Quilt (2015)
Geo Dreams Quilt & Label (2015)
Geo Dreams QAL Quilt & Label (2015)
Alena's Butterfly Cot Quilt (2012)
Alena’s Butterfly Cot Quilt (2012)
Crown of Thorns Mini Quilt (2015)
Crown of Thorns Mini Quilt (2015)
My First Quilt! (2006)
My First Quilt! (2006)
Just Because (2008)
Just Because (2008)
Cheeky Monkeys (2010)
Cheeky Monkeys (2010)
Pinwheel Baby Quilt (2015)
Pinwheel Baby Quilt (2015)
Granny Squares Baby Quilt (2015)
Granny Squares Baby Quilt (2015)
Purple Rain (2011)
Purple Rain (2011)
Small Plates Lap Quilt (2013)
Small Plates Lap Quilt (2013)

26 responses to “MY QUILTS”

  1. I just love your quilts. Your mini snail trail you tube is super!! Thanks.

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  2. Bettan Andersson Avatar
    Bettan Andersson

    I use to look at your quilts for inspiration and to admire your beautiful work.
    Every quilt is so perfect.
    I’m so happy to have found your blogg and to be able to follow you on Facebook.
    Thanks Amanda.

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  3. realy lovely quilts, well done!

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  4. Hello AManDa. Beautiful quilt. I like quilt. Ctafts!!

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  5. BEAUTIFUL work! I am a new huge fan 🙂 Do you have any tutorials on the block you used in “Purple Rain”?

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    Tanja Shabalina

    Wonderfull quilts!

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  7. Beautiful quilts. I love the colors and designs! Will be watching!

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  8. Gorgeous work Amanda, you are truly gifted! ~Diana from Toronto

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  9. Beautiful and inspiring.

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  10. Beautiful and very inspiring.

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  11. embroideredtreasures Avatar
    embroideredtreasures

    Beautiful quilts!! I love the minimalist–my daughter would love it. Did you have a pattern? If yes do you have the name so I can try to find it. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you! My Minimalist quilt was so much fun to make! The overall quilt is my own design but the quilty crosses in the middle are a pattern by Aunty Cookie: https://www.flickr.com/photos/auntycookie/5735001295/

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  12. Beautiful quilts! I especially like Ariella’s quilt. Did you design it – and/or can you tell me where I might access the pattern?

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    1. Hi Debra!
      Thanks so much!
      Yes, I did design this quilt my self. I made a simple version of the Economy Block along with Charm Square sized pieces of fabric to complete the centre, then sashed them together and placed borders around the edge to finish the top off.

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  13. I love your “mini donation quilt” from 2013. What pattern did you use for that? Looks like a fun one to make. 🙂

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    1. Thank you! I think I got the Dresden Plate pattern from a Cath Kidston book called ‘Patch’. 🙂

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  14. Hi Amanda, quite an impressive gallery!
    Just decided to give it a go to arts and crafts, I would love to work towards your Hexie cushion and your colour play quilt… Would you consider to give me the indications to proceed with them?? Where did you fan the models?
    Many thanks, and hoping you are having a fabulous time!
    Cheers, Clara

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    1. Hello!
      Many apologies for my late reply! Thank you for your lovely comment.
      My Hexie Pillow was made by just sewing English Paper-Pieced Hexagons together into rows until I had about the right size for a throw cushion. I then attached a simple backing and then filled it with a cushion insert.
      My Colour Play Quilt was made using a pattern by bettycrockerass that was in a magazine I bought a few years ago. It was made using the Drunkard Path block design.
      Happy Sewing! 😊

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  15. I often wondered what your quilts looked like once I saw the blocks. You are very diverse for a new quilter. I was wondering where do you get your fabrics?

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment.
      I mostly buy my fabrics at Spotlight which is a huge craft/decor type store here in Australia.

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  16. AMAZING!!!

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    1. Love the Purple & White

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