Phoebe Moon Quilt Designs

Designed for Fun!

Here are pictures that customers chose to share with us.  We are always delighted when that happens!  Please feel free to look through these gallery pages.

Click on the thumbnails to see these quilts up close.

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Marie sent us a picture of her quilt all the way from France!

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Mary's Jacobs Ladder

Proceeds from the sale of this pattern go to Patchwork Prayers to support Brain Cancer Research.

Chickens & Noodles - click on the picture to order the pattern.  Benefits The Lily Fund, which supports research into pediatric low-grade glioma, a type of brain cancer. 

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Mary Ann's Attic Windows Quilt

Three Blackbird Pies!

 

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One of our Free Quilt Patterns made it to the side of a barn in Colorado!

7 1/2 wk old Ella finally goes home from the hospital!

The center of Karen's bargello quilt.  She took her inspiration from postcards of Otsego lake.

Here is the almost finished quilt!

Brain Waves

1 wk old Mackenzie

her much older cousin (by two weeks:-))

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Dotties Kestria Quilt, all finished!

Sherry's Four Patch Posies

Sherry's paper pieced label

Boardwalk

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Linda's Pipe Dreams

 

Karen's Call Crossing

Mary's Dance Steps

Kris's Dance Steps

Patsy's bargello as seen from across the room

JoAnns Slide Show

 


Look at the border Celia added to her Catercorner quilt!

CeCe's Years to Come

Marcy's Bear Paw

Mary and her husbands birthday present.

Susan numbered her pins (upper right hand corner - click on the picture thumbnail to see it) to get her blocks in the right order.  Isn't that clever!

Mary Ann sent us this picture of her pink Yellow Brick Road

Dueling Catercorner quilts.  The one on the left belongs to Susan, the one on the right belongs to Karen B.

Bindy brought her Years to Come in to see us!

Here is Donna's.  The grid fabric she chose as a light really adds a lot of life to this pattern.

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Kathy made this quilt with a Block Party Studios Cat Panel

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Judy's Bouquet and Butterflies quilt

Ginny and her No Whining table runner, made for her daughters wedding

 

Betsy and her Cook Your Goose

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Variations of the Summer and Winter pattern made by Elaine (left) and Josie.

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Josie brought this coffee table to class at a retreat.  Isn't that a clever idea?

 
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Juanita (left) and CeCe (right) show their Four Season's variation.  Both are a WIP

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Mel's Gentle Grace quilt. She put a 3D square in the center.

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Cathy, Sherry and Sandy after a paper pieced quilt label class. 


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Noreens quilt for her granddaughter

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Carols 3 hour mystery quilt at a show

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Karen's Cook Your Goose

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Wild Friends

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Quiltbus du jour - our rental car.  What does that sign say?

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Mark and Lisa's wedding quilt made from the English Baskets pattern

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Tamara will be teaching this Hot and Cold Star-tacular Quilt

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This is Millies first quilt!

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Our Gossamer Grace Sample made from the Gossamer Petals line

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Isn't this a great setting for fussy cut blocks?

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This quilt made from the Stacked Posies pattern just uses one fabric for the blocks!

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We had to get two people to help us hold up Betsy's scrap quilt. 

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Karen's Zip Around The World

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This amazing piece was made by Theresa

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Noreen's Minnesota Hot Dish

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Lorraine's Sentimental Journey

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Believe it or not, this is the FIRST project we worked on in Beginner Boot Camp!

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Ruey's first quilt, do you believe it?!?!

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Flying Star table runners

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Hazel and CC the day after the Pyramid Lake retreat

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Helene at the Pyramid Lake retreat
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LeAnns Exuberance Quilt

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Andrea and Hazel show off their flying stars

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Bev is hiding behind her Big Flower quilt

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Here she is!

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Jean at the Pyramid Lake retreat
Karen's Crazy Eight Quilt

This is Karen's Crazy Eight quilt for a red hatter. 

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Kay continues to stun us with her masterpieces. 

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Made from a Canyon Creek pattern

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Rebecca made this photo quilt for her son using his school colors.  

 

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And she put a label on it, too! 

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Hmmm, we definitely have to talk Patsy into teaching a class for us!

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click on the thumbnail to see how this quilter labeled all her rows to keep them straight.

 

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Here is the finished product!

 

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Kays quilt top

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and here is her finished quilt

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Sherry shows off her log cabin quilt

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and her Minnesota Hot Dish

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Jan made this from a kit. 

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Wow, Joyce!

 
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Sherry made this quilt from the Cheese and Crackers pattern.

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Susan made hers from batiks.  If you would like to make one, too, check out our kits page.

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Andrea is showing us her Valor quilt using the Butterfly Stars pattern

A Trip to Cape Cod during the Cranberry Harvest

A Cranberry Vine. Cranberries are like pachysandra - they grow by sending out runners. Some cranberries are dry picked. These are the whole cranberries you buy in bags.

This is a picture of a cranberry bog which has been flooded with water for wet picking.  The harvester is beating the water to release the berries from the vine.  They float to the top and are vacuumed into a truck.  This video shows that process.

Here's the truck being raised so it can dump its load of berries. Here is a video of that amazing process.

The berries go into a hopper for cleaning and sorting.

Vines and trash are removed outside.  Frogs and turtles that were accidentally caught are rescued and released.

The berries are on their way in to the plant to be cleaned and sorted by size and weight.

 

The sorting process inside the plant.

A beautiful grandbaby!  (Has nothing to do with cranberries, I just wanted to brag.) 10/2008

Click on this picture thumbnail to see the Monday night ladies up close