Welcome to our Guest Gallery--Where we hope to share with you quilt photos from our friends and family here at Claudia's Quilt Shoppe.Com. Feel free to share photos of your particular projects relating to Claudia's patterns. Just email us here at:
We have re-arranged the gallery into project
groups for shorter downloading times.
(Just click on the person's name to view their quilts.)
QUILTS from "LOOSE CHANGE"
Nina adapted the pattern to use her own border and more blocks! Wonderful !
The smaller version with no frills---ya' gotta' love scrappy!
Another "no frills" beauty!
Mary Evans (& sis)
Mary and her sister made this quilt for their brother.
All of the fabrics used are food-related! Some of you may know Mary from
her wonderful Quilting
Arts Forum that she hosts on Delphi.
SIMPLE SCRAPPY TREASURES
A lovely, colorful quilt!
Chez Soi Quilters
"...Some Ladies from my Quilting-Group in
I like her variation!
(Pollyanna on Quilting Passion Forum)
"...I skipped the beautiful flying geese border and added traditional borders--one, in order to make it a queen-sized quilt and two, to make it a bit more masculine. It is for my son as a Christmas gift...~Doris"
Love it in shades of Red!! I also noticed on Janet's blog, http://idahoquilter.blogspot.com, that she also used the "divide & conquer" method of machine quilting sections rather than a whole quilt at once. Nice work, Janet!
From a quilting sister in Germany--a great job! I like the blue border. She also downsized the pattern to smaller blocks. Checkout her blog at http://shogi-heike.blogspot.com .
A wonderful job by a quilting sister in Brazil ! She has a lot of nice photos on her blog as well, http://sacodegatos5513.blogspot.com/ .
"...Your pattern certainly inspired to get a quilt done right to the end...~Kitty"
St. Thomas, ON, Canada
Gail was an early bird with her project! Great job, Gail !
She added an additional border on the outside to show off the points a little better. -- It should have a ribbon on it!
Ponca City, Oklahoma
I've had this picture for a while, and stumbled upon it recently, and asked myself, "Is this on the Guest Gallery, where it should be?" She did a beautiful job!
Here's a variation by Nina. Just the blocks to make a delightful smaller quilt.
CLAUDIA'S BABY NICKELS:
Victor, New York
...done for the local shelter for abused children
LONE STAR BASICS:
Julie made this quilt in a class taught by Christine Holloway (who did the machine quilting). This is great!
"...I staged a marathon quilting session this weekend. It took me about 30 hours but I got it done - just in time for DJ to get home from the hospital! I'm planning on making the wall hanging later, with plastic over the cars so she can use it to store binkies, thermometers, and the like..."
Great idea, Sue! And Sue's version is 4 trains with three "components". Like it!
".......It was a challenge, but so rewarding,......."
Great Job, Cathy!!
Pat Katnik I,
SUPER JOB, PAT!
....After making Penguins Play I decided to get brave and make Nite Nite Express for my grandson, Zane who is crazy about trains and anything Thomas. He will be 3 in July and this is his present. I am really pleased with how it turned out. The only problem is I am having trouble waiting until his birthday to give it to him.......BC
This is great, Barb!--Especially considering you only started
quilting 6 months ago! WOW!
SLASH YOUR STASH!
(she calls it "True Blue)
Valerie adjusted her block to a smaller size and made this wonderful boy's crib quilt.
Victor, New York
...Here is my "Twinklers" quilt I made for my 27 year old son, Devon. It
was made as part of an "exchange" with 5 of my quilting friends. We
each cut enough for 42 blocks and the border and then packaged
everything up and divided everything by 6. When I started making mine I
decided to increase it to 72 blocks so I cut more... but it was SO much
fun getting to work with fabrics from other people...
thanks for a great pattern!...--Cheri
It's GORGEOUS, Cheri!
And here's another of Cheri's---this time small and pastels!
..."I made this quilt for my daughter for Christmas, she works in a communications center and and keep it very cold there. So she asked me to make her a lap quilt to take to work with her. I made this all out of my scrap box and used your TWINKLER pattern to make it....She was very pleased with it, I backed it with flannel to make it very cozy..."---Pat Dearth.
She does looked pleased, Pat! Good Job!
Sue brought this into Just Quilt It to show on Sunday Sampler day. She has some hand quilting in mind. Good Job, Sue!
McKearney's "City Streets"
...I wanted to share a photo of the "Twin" Size quilts I made for my 4 year
old Twin Boys. I used your pattern Short and Scrappy "City Streets" and it was perfect for an easy, useable quilt for two very active boys! :-) Thank you so much for sharing your pattern ideas on your website. Your website is a great resource for quilters---- Tracy McKearney
Irene's Caddo River &
Irene made these for her charity, "Wrap Them in Love". To find out about their organization, go here: http://www.wraptheminlove.org
Plaid Mad, Decisions/Decisions, &
"I have had fun making your scrappy quilts. Thanks for the free
patterns! I have used donated fabrics for all of them and will
donate the 3 quilts to charities. I am attaching photos (note I chose not to put borders on, and
made them smaller than yours.. they were very easy to adapt)."--Carol Egan
Davis' "City Streets"
Sarah was surprised by just how many scraps she managed to use up making this quilt for her sister. Good Job!
HERE, KITTY, KITTY Mystery
& Sandy's Close-Up
Claudia's CHRISTMAS MYSTERY
This was a special one-time event on our website. It was a 6-month mystery that began in July and ended in December, 2006. (pattern not available).
CAROLA's SQUARE DANCE
Nina is an avid quilter-extraordinaire. She produces quilts as fast as I can think them up! Here's her square dance quilt. (She won the blocks on the Quilt Shoppe Forum!) This is such a great quilt pattern. People just don't know how super it is until you see it!
MY STARS & BARS:
Photos of her quilts for her four sons who are servicemen.
A wonderful honor for Claudia's Quilt Shoppe.Com!
...I didn't use the flag section because I didn't get that part printed out!
This is going to a veteran's home charity project I belong to....Tammy
.....I am a Kiwi ( New Zealander ) but I live in Australia.
I came across your stars and bars pattern on your site the last time you had it on your free block of the month. I made this quilt for my son, Wesley, for his 13th birthday.... I put different New Zealand flags in as he loves all things New Zealand and loves his sports, which are some of the flags I have included.......Karen Richardson
Hendrix I, and II
We're proud of you, Marge!
"Big Block" Quilt
...Still quilting it by hand.
Thanks for the great BOM pattern!...
Dearth's "Sweet Baby"
"Here is another of your patterns put to good use. I am donating this as a charity quilt, but I made it with scraps from my stash and your pattern. I hope it makes some little baby happy.".....Pat Dearth
I'm sure it will, Pat! Thanks for sharing, good job!
Rubin's "Big Block" Quilt
My son, Joshua, who is 7 saw the quilts I was making & wanted to make some too. I signed him up for classes & he has completed three quilts to date. His last quilt was your Big Block quilt, which my quilter agreed to quilt for him at a “special price” He had so much fun choosing the fabrics for this quilt, as you can probably tell:......Thanks for offering this fun & easy pattern!....Teri Rubin (Click HERE to see Joshua with his quilt!)
TOY BOX BABY QUILT:
Claudia Heiber's Finished Quilt (Updated 7/30/05)
..I couldn' wait until the last pattern and made my own pattern , so I have finished the top before some weeks.. here's a picture..I love your website!! greetings from Germany-------Claudia Hieber
(I like her name, too!)
Here is my toy box quilt ready to machine quilt.....The quilt will go to the Ronald McDonald House in Dallas....The colors in this quilt are much brighter than shown...It is a lovely quilt......I think I will make another one for another grandchild----Marge Hendrix
We think it is lovely too.
SIMPLE SCRAPPY PLEASURES:
Thanks for the pattern, I just love it. Two friends and I did this as a friendship quilt. We swapped one of each block with each other...Mary Riley
Bee Quilt Guild
4 Different quilts!
Thank you for your BOM pattern Scrappy Pleasures........ I just love it!........
(here it is) hanging on a swing at our "Quilts in the Garden" weekend in November......Fran
had the most fun making it. It is machine pieced and hand quilted.
I'm working on the "Stars and Bars" now.
Thank You so much for your free BOM's
We like the way she substituted star blocks for the basket blocks. That's one way to avoid the "A" word!
Sharon substituted more difficult blocks for the trees, houses, and log cabins. Very nice!
Made to raffle to raise funds for an abused women's shelter.
SIMPLE SCRAPPY PLEASURES WALL HANGING
"Here is my version of your 2003 Scrappy Wallhanging, which I did in all Christmas scraps. Thank you for your quilt patterns.....Cheers, Eleanor....."
I love it when quilters "do their own thing" . Good job, Dawn!
Ponca City, Oklahoma
Another great "interpretation" !
CLAUDIA's NICKEL COBBLESTONE
Beautiful autumn colors and appliquéd oak leaves & acorns on the borders!
Crowson - Front
Barbara Crowson - Back
Barb made this for her daughter-in-law's birthday. To make it larger, she improvised by adding another row of penguins and there's a surprise on the back!
Thank you for the free block of the month pattern for the penguin play quilt. I saved them all up until I had a few days off after Christmas, and made them all together....Pamela Caffrey, UK
...I had a lot of fun making it.....Cathy Hanratty
Love the Blues & Yellows!
Karen's Rail Fence
Looks great, Anne!
long arm patterns........links........order form........ask granny........free BOM