Quilts

My stash is overflowing with quilts. It’s a problem! So I’m happy to offer up some of my quilts for sale. I also have an Etsy shop where more are available. Just go to my site at Etsy.com.

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Happy Scrappy Quilt

Happy Scrappy $100

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I love scrappy quilts and this is an example of a completely scrappy “refrigerator” quilt. 63″ x 64″ Fun and cheerful to say the least. The back is also scrappy. The quilting pattern I stitched is a gentle wave going back and forth across the quilt.

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Antiqued Red Quilt by Towerhouse Quilts

Antiqued Red Quilt

Antiqued Red Quilt  $460

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Hundreds of red and neutral fabrics in this 16-patch Pinwheel quilt. Hobbs 80/20 batting. Custom Quilting.

PInk Leaves Recycled Quilt by Lisa Bee-Wilson

Pink Leaves Quilt

Pink Leaves Quilt  $325

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I saw this old quilt top on eBay and had to have it. It’s a beautiful pattern, and although I don’t typically like pink, I was drawn to it. And I thought it would be wonderful to quilt it and finish it so that someone could enjoy it and use it! I call it a “Re-Quilt” and hope it will find a good home. Size is 96″ x104″

 

Kitty Quilt by Lisa Bee-WilsonKitty Throw Quilt  $50

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Every cat needs a quilt, right? At 30″x 30″ it is the perfect size for throwing over that chair or couch. Treat your cat (and yourself) to this little quilt. Made with 100% cotton fabrics and Hobbs 80/20 batting and a lot of custom quilting, it will take repeated washings! Meow!

Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt designed by Lisa Bee-Wilson

Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt

Scrappy Log Cabin Quilt $400

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This beauty is made with hundreds of fabrics and sewn in the traditional “barn raising” pattern. Custom quilting tops it off nicely. Hobbs 80/20 batting will take repeated washings.

I am a longarm quilter, so I enjoy experimenting with different quilting patterns. Most of the newer ones I quilted, but there are a few in my stash that were quilted by others before I got my Gammill. All my quilts are made with 100% cotton quilt weight fabrics. Binding finishing is stitched down by hand. Battings are usually Hobbs 80/20 or Warm & Natural, but may vary (and some of my older quilts I don’t remember which type I put in!) Most of these quilts are being offered at well below cost.

I also have several quilting friends (as you might imagine!) and you may also see their quilts up for sale from time to time as well. These are all very talented women who stitch with great care and have very high quality work. Some of them quilt using a regular machine and some of them quilt on longarms, but all of their work is wonderful. So if you are looking for a unique gift made in America, this is the place. You will be supporting American craftswomen.

Please contact me if you have questions about any of the quilts or would like additional photos. I will ship anywhere in the US. Payment methods include PayPal or cash (if local), but will take a personal check (shipping will occur after it has cleared). I can be reached via email at lisa[at]towerhousepeople[dot]com

2 responses to “Quilts

  1. Do you make your quilts by hand or are they all machine made apart from the hand finishing for the bindings. I do hand quilting myself as I dont have a quilting machine but can you tell me if I can quilt with a ordenary sewing machine.

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