Welcome to Custom Memory Quilts, celebrating 15 years of quilting! Enjoy your visit and feel free to contact me!
When I launched this website in 2008 I was gathering pictures of the quilts I'd made over the years and realized I'd made over 75 quilts. I set a goal for myself to finish 100 quilts before I turned 40. I wasn't sure if I could make 25 quilts in just two years, but I did it! I finished my 115th quilt just before my 40th birthday in 2010 and my 200th quilt in early 2013. Thank you for all of your requests and suggestions!
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My first born son's graduation quilt:
HOLIDAY SHIRTS AND SCRUBS:
This quilt was made for a retiring flight attendant from airline uniforms:
Church Centenial quilt:
This applique was created to represent a special earring, pictured below.
These 3 quilts were made for a mother and two daughters from their beloved husband/father's favorite shirts:
My Grandma June embroidered these quilt blocks by hand starting in 1928 when she was only five years old. I was thrilled when she gave them to me in 2009 and asked me to find a use for them. These are the first two of four quilts using 1930s reproduction fabrics. See my awards page for more about the yellow quilt.
Sunbonnet Sues, Dutch boys & animals: