PebbleCreek Quilters

ROBERTA PENCHINA - HAWAIIAN FLORAL - 49" x 49" - Hand pieced, hand quilted and designed by Roberta.  After visiting Hawaii I fell in love with Hawaiian appliqué and decided to give it a try. The needle turned appliqué and hand quilting took me 5 years, on and off.

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LINDA SHAVER - MAUDE'S MYSTERY - 68" x 80" - Blocks are hand pieced by unknown.  The blocks were set together by machine by Unknown, repaired by machine by Linda and machine quilted by Linda. Traditional Nine Patch set on point
Shortly after my Grandmother - Maude Thomas - my Mother's Mother, passed away I found this top at the sale my Mother and Aunts had in her home. Although carefully preserved, no one knew it's history or significance. No quilters in my family. I rescued it and finally repaired and quilted it in 2019. It's origin will forever remain a mystery but, I treasure it and hope Grandma Maude would approve of my finishing touches.

PAM MORRISON - YOU'RE KINDRED SPIRIT FRIENDS - AKRON OHIO 1996 - 39.50" x 39.50" - Machine pieced by Janet Shaw of Akron Ohio.  Machine quilted by Pam.  This was a going away gift from friends in Akron that made up the Kindred Spirit.  It was not finished, I finished in July 2020 during the Corona Virus pandemic.

LINDA ROWE - THE GENTLE BARN - 30" x 33" - Machine pieced and machine quilted by Linda.  Designed by McKenna Ryan.
I created this originally for the 2020 Challenge Thoughts of Home. It reminded me of growing up on the farm with lots of animals.

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CHRIS BOOTH - BEE COLLAGE - 45" x 37" Machine Pieced and Machine Quilted By Chris.  Designed by Laura Heine
Just another addition to my bee collection!.

JUDY FRANK - SALEM QUILT GUILD - 53" x 67 " - Hand quilted and machine  pieced by Judy.  Panel designs are by Crabapple Hill. The borders and quilting were designed by me.  This was done by tracing the design with a permanent ink pen; then using crayons to color it and ironing that to melt the wax out, color stays; then embroidering over all the linework and quilting each panel; then putting it all together.