Customer Projects

We love to share our customer's projects!

Mary and George Harper

live in Franklin, NY and have worked together on this "first ever" quilt. Mary is a retired after teaching math at Walton Central School for 29 years.

Amanda Addington

a college student at SUNY Oswego has been learning to quilt with her Grandma Bonnie Wenzel and has made a quilt which is the envy of all her dorm mates!

How pretty is this?

Bonnie Wenzel

Litchfield, NY

I made this quilt for Ruby Jean for Christmas 2010

June Smith - Sherburne, NY

has made a great quilt for her son who is a train buff. On her travels she has seen many of the locations depicted in the quilt, what fun!

Lynn Bunt Hartwick, NY

I made this quilt as a "Good Bye" quilt for my BFF Pat, who moved to Oregon in April. On the back I stenciled the names of our church congregation members- we all miss her terribly!

And the next generation of quilters---

Jeanette Weaver- New Berlin, NY

Jeanette made her little quilts at

"Mommy & Me" after school program

at Unadilla Valley School

Elaine Jetty, Delmar NY

Elaine "the jacket lady" makes wonderful jackets because she loves to work with color and fabric. The best part is that they always fit! And-- we love to see our fabrics in them!

Peter Falzarine Utica, NY

Peter made this lovely flannel quilt for winter nights which can be used for the holidays as well as in the fall. Peter started quilting by using scraps of fabrics that were left over from pajamas that his wife made. He is hooked and making quilts for the grandchildren.

Phyllis Newell of Hartwick has finished her "Hearts and Flowers" queen sized quilt which she started a few years ago. It is a wedding gift for her son and new daughter in law and is truely a treasure.

The Bag ladies

What fun we had making quilted bags in class at Heartworks. Everyone finished their bag in class and we are sure that there will be a lot of bags under the Christmas tree this year!

What a treat! Shirley Evans, a master quilter from the West Winfield NY area, brought her "Spring Bulb" quilt in to show us.

We designed this quilt and taught the applique classes seven or so years ago. It has lots of embroidery and is a real beauty. Shirley asked how many of the folks who took the classes with us have finished their quilts and we don't know, but we sure are curious. If you have a finished bulb quilt bring it in so we can make a "bulb quilt photo gallery".

Julie Deuvall-Burlington Flats, NY

made her daughter Lily a sweet little

sleeping bag which will be perfect to take

on sleep overs to her Nannies house!

Maggie Green's quilt

Appomattox Court House

Maggie winters in Arizona, and before she left for the winter we helped her choose lots of beautiful civil war era fabrics to make her quilt. She called us to choose binding for her and promised to send a picture as soon as it was finished. Here it is and what a beauty!


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