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Quilts: 2010-2013

Evan's Bearpaw Quilt

-Cascade Bill Mooseker


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Who got this one?  Ian? Or Nathan?

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Sue bought this top of cars and trucks and made a border and tied it to make a quilt for our grand nephew, Devin.

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Sue added Names for the trucks to refer to Devin's family members.

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More of Pip's favorite color in a top for her.   I wasn't completely happy with result, but she and Terry liked it.   Bless his heart.

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Mary Jane, did I give this to you or Morgan?  I think to you.

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Hand quilted with egg shapes.

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I bought this partially completed top at the Seattle Friend's quilt sale.   Added squares, hearts, hand quilted for Morgan.

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Made for YaYa group challenge.  Given to Shirley and Merle Weatherhogge for their 50th wedding anniversary.    And Basie, AGAIN!

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A comfort quilt for Janet.   I knew she would LOVE the cat posing on her quilt...heh, heh!  Again, basting backing, batting, top together on hardwood floor.   Move furniture and get out the masking tape!

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Mavis...what is it with cats and quilts?

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Split 9 patch

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Addi's kitty ballerina quilt.  Both tied and quilted for endurance!  Andrew and Kelsey holding it up...well, you can see Kelsey's hands!

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Pinks and purples..my first chance to make a girly quilt!

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Who got this one?

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Mavis helping me hand quilt Parker's frog quilt.

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This was a new one - Mavis is not a "Lap" cat so she found a place to be close to Sue when she is quilting.

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By the time I finished quilting, Parker was out of his frog phase!  Maybe he can give to his first kid?!

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I do love to hand quilt, but I am so slow, my hands so gnarled, I no longer do much.

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Sheesh...BASIE!

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Back of Frog quilt.

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Evan's bear paw quilt.   Lots of mooses in fabric, hand quilted.  I got very weepy, when I gave it to him, because he just "beamed," and wrapped himself up in it!   Worth all the work, just to see his reaction!

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Sigh...

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....why?

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OK, Bill....that is enough!

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OK...one more!

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Log cabin, machine pieced and hand quilted.  For whichever grandchild gets married first!  I do love this pattern, and fabric, and the quilting is not bad, if I do say so, myself!

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Split 9 patch.   Machine quilted by Adrienne Reynolds.

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This one is going to Kris and Mark.

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snowman flannel bought in Bald Eagle.  Tied, used every winter.

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Tied Trip Around Halloween, glow in the dark fabric.

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Mary Jane found this top when she was cleaning out Aunt Ruth's home.  We think it is by Grandma Smith. I offered to quilt.  After I remade the blocks to equal size, added alternating blocks, setting strips, and border, I realized it would take me forever to hand quilt.  Cathy Reitan finished it for us.  Mary Jane lucked out, having Cathy, not me as quilter!

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Now quilted

The blocks were originally sewn together as a single top, and Sue was supposed to put it together with batting and backing.  It was very frustrating as the top was not square, and one side was considerably longer than the other.  To solve the problem, Sue separated the blocks and squared them off, and even had to add patching material to get all the squares to be uniform.  She then added the yellow strips to separate the blocks.

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Beautiful!

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There were 3 blocks left over.  I hand-quilted 2 pillows for MJ, and I claimed the orange butterfly!

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Bought these blocks at Seattle Friends sale.  Cut to size, added border.   Adrienne quilted.

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...and of course, a cat, Mavis to be exact.   Bill helped me arrange by color.

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You could tell this was a group project, different shades and quality of black fabric.

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My own design.  I just happened to have a few cat fabrics in my stash.

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Hand and machine quilted by Sue!

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Thanks, Andrew!   Did this go to Olive?

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For class of 1962, TAHS auction.   T-shirts, sweatshirts, tied, stole some from Bill, one from Nancy, and Mary Jane.

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Hand quilted, stairway to stars, there is Rajah, in cat heaven, Tux, Mavis, Basie.  3 pieced and appliqued, one iron-on applique.  Assorted 9 patch blocks.

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Stars are quilted with metallic thread.

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t-shirt leftovers, made into a table topper.

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Side note...our old oak cabinet, filled with memories.

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Assorted blues, whites and creams,    Lake Erie pattern  for Andrew and Kelsey.  Quilted by Adrienne

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Kelsey said that she liked blue, so here's a bunch of blue.

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Full view of quilt (That's a lot of triangles!)

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Blocks given to me by Mary Ann Johnson, fellow member of Vintage Quilts group.   I put together with white setting, didn't like it, ripped it apart, did blue!   oh, and a cat.

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She wouldn't move, as I was auditioning blocks.

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Ta Dah!   Mary Ann liked my finished product.

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Full View of Quilt.  Adrienne's photo.

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Quilted by Adrienne Reynolds.

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Sean or Matt?

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Blue and white, Outside the Box, pattern.   For Danny and Meghan.

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Adrienne quilted!

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I'm producing a lot more quilts since Adrienne is doing the quilting!

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Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona...fond memories of visiting with Elaine and Steve Maschue.  Adrienne quilted.
"i loved how this turned out - Mexican colors and Egyp..."
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Supposed to represent looking through the cottonwoods towards the creek...different layers of rock, sky, water.

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backing of Oak Creek 9 patch.

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