Throw Quilts

These quilts are approx 51" x 71" in size. All my rag quilts are made with 100% cotton designer fabric collections, seams and corners are reinforced to endure long lasting wash and wear! This is my personal preference of size perfect at home for afternoon naps, great to take to a picnic or even a ball game!

Girly Girl ~ Pat Bravo for Art Gallery

This quilt consists of 14 various Art Gallery fabrics from the Girly Girl and Paradise collection in shades of pink, turquoise, yellow, green... This quilt is available for sale on etsy:

Amy Butler ~ Midwest Modern

Similar to my other Amy Butler quilts, this particular quilt consists of 16 different fabrics from her Midwest Modern collection.

I never get tired of working with Amy's fabrics, her colors and styles truly makes for a beautiful finished product.

Amy Butler ~ Soul Blossoms

Similar to my other Amy Butler quilts, this particular quilt consists of 29 different fabrics form the Bliss, Joy and Passion lines of her Soul Blossoms collection.

I don't think I can ever get tired of working with this collection, it truly makes for a beautiful finished product.

Hip Hip Hurrah

A red, white and blue quilt in Americana pattern has 10 coordinating fabrics. This will make a great quilt to take to a Memorial Day or 4th of July picnic!
Amy Butler ~ Soul Blossoms

This is the first throw sized quilt I sold on ETSY! It by far is my most viewed item, I've ordered additional fabric to make more. Anyone who orders my quilts will have a one-of-a-kind quilt; while many quilts share the same fabric collection theme, there are enough fabrics within any collections that no two quilts will ever be the same!

Kevin and I recently helped my mom remodel her living/dining room. I made this quilt and new curtains (not pictured) to go well in her new space.

In honor of our French heritage and our love of toile and paisley fabrics, I put together a quilt in bleu, blanc et rouge encompassing all our favorites!

Mom, may you enjoy this quilt for years to come! Love, Martine

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