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"Cat Noir", made in 2014 for the black and white challenge at Quiltfest Jacksonville. I do love story quilts, and I had a lot of fun writing the detective monologue to go with my characters which concludes on the back of the quilt.

"Perdix" made for the 2008 Hoffman Challenge. I missed the deadline, so it showed at Jacksonville Quiltfest, and won a Judge's Recognition ribbon.

"Cat Noir", the reverse side of my detective quilt, with the rest of the story. I love using the backs of my quilts, but it caused some frustration at the show, because the back couldn't be completely shown to those who wanted to see it.

"A Dream of Purple Pineapples", Small Pieced Quilts - QuiltFest Inc. of Jacksonville, FL

"Icarus, Take Two," made for 2011 Jacksonville Quiltfest. As fun as Icarus was to make, the border is my favorite part.

"One Hundred Years at Rest," made in 2012 to commemorate the anniversary of the HMS Titanic. 1st place Large Art Quilt Jacksonville Quiltfest.

Quilt Like an Egyptian (Part One)

Quilted headboard, made from the leftovers of the flying geese bedspread.

"When Rock was Young," made in 2009. My favorite of all the quilts I've made!

"Daphne," made in 2007 for the Hoffman Challenge. Inspired by Erte.