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I made this memory quilt for my Aunt Lottie & Uncle Eric's 60th Anniversary. From top left: their wedding; their son's wedding; 4 generations with their granddaughter; their great-grandson.

I made this memory quilt for my Aunt Lottie & Uncle Eric's 60th Anniversary. From top left: their wedding; their son's wedding; 4 generations with their granddaughter; their great-grandson.

The Beiber quilt I made last Christmas for my great-niece.

The Beiber quilt I made last Christmas for my great-niece.

A UofFla blanket for a friend's daughter.

A UofFla blanket for a friend's daughter.

I made this for a coworker who was dying from brain cancer. All his friends wrote on a piece of fabric and then I stitched it together with photos I had taken of him at work. His wife hung it at the end of his bed so he saw it every day.

I made this for a coworker who was dying from brain cancer. All his friends wrote on a piece of fabric and then I stitched it together with photos I had taken of him at work. His wife hung it at the end of his bed so he saw it every day.

A dear friend shared her fabric from Switzerland, and I used two identical panels to make this wall hanging.

A dear friend shared her fabric from Switzerland, and I used two identical panels to make this wall hanging.

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