Amanda's Quilt - 2004 - This quilt was made as a wedding quilt for a military couple. One side is patriotic and the other is Christmas.
Sometime around 2004 Mom and I attended a quilt show in Greensboro and took a reversible quilt class with Sharon Pederson. We bought her Reversible Quilts book and there's no other book in our libraries that have gotten more use. Mom still makes several reversible quilts each year.
Ann's baby quilt - 2004 - I-Spy charms on one side and black/white/red on the other. Blocks are 6" square.
Two Pheasant Quilts
I found some great fabric printed with pheasants. Chris goes to Nebraska every fall to pheasant hunt with a group of friends. When I found this fabric I decided to make 2 quilts: one for Chris and one for their host in Nebraska. The first gallery are photos of Chris' quilt with the pheasant fabric and plaids on one side and batik stars on the other. He loved this quilt. One year we took it to the river for a vacation long weekend. He accidentally threw it away when he took the trash to the dumpster. I still use that event as a jab from time to time.
The next gallery are images of the second pheasant quilt and I know that it still exists and is used in the log cabin in Nebraska. It has the pheasant fabric and plaids on one side and a Christmas fabric collection on the other.