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Quilt Patterns:

Mountain Vista Quilt - Purchase this pattern on Quilt Pattern Mart.




Water Drop Quilt - Purchase this pattern on Quilt Pattern Mart



Signal Quilt - This pattern is available to members of The Modern Quilt Guild.
Photo: Leah Muse Photography
Used with permission from The Modern Quilt Guild








Altered State Quilt - This pattern is currently available in issue 34 of Make Modern Magazine.



Quadruplicity Quilt - Purchase this pattern in my Etsy shop. Here's a little behind the scenes story about the meaning of this quilt.




One Block | Three Designs Quilt #100 Desert Series - Purchase this pattern in my Etsy shop
Here's a little behind the scenes story about the meaning of these quilts.




In The Right Direction Quilt - Purchase this pattern in my Etsy shop.



Here's a little behind the scenes story about the meaning of this quilt.





Around The Square Quilt
- Purchase this pattern in my Etsy shop.
Here's a little behind the scenes story about the meaning of this quilt.
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Scrapper's Paradise Quilt - Purchase this pattern in my Etsy shop.



Here's a little behind the scenes story about the meaning of this quilt.





Excavator Quilt - Purchase this pattern in my Etsy shop.

Here's a little behind the scenes story about the meaning of this quilt.



You can also check out my block, Field of View, as the Block of the Month study for January 2019 or my block, Mod Squared, as the Block of the Month study for May 2018 with the Modern Quilt Guild

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