Amy's Quilts

In addition to my purses and wallets, I've started writing down my original quilt patterns and offering them for sale at my Local fabric store and online at Etsy. I'm really enjoying making baby quilts and matching tote bags, and having great success at selling them also. I sell them at a Big Island store that focuses on organic and local goods and online. As I have quilts in stock I will list them at my Etsy store, I also do commission work and would love to work with you in picking out the colors or using a focus fabric of your choice.

Gallery of Quilted Purses

Dragonfly Quilt
Bright and Cheery Pinwheel. I loved working with
the gradiated fabrics.

Dragonfly Quilt and matching Tote

Harlee Quilt
my first self published quilt pattern.

Back Side

matching tote
made from the quilt scraps

Harlee quilt
with alternate fabric, made for Elizabeth and Aman's new baby

back side

A baby quilt and matching tote made for Leslie

back side

World Peace
dyed by Ty and Amy, arranged by Ty, Amy and Ehjay,
Pieced and quilted by Amy
hand dyed cotton, double cotton batting, cotton thread

whole cloth painted by Ehjay

Bee Love detail

Tie dye piecing-originally intended for Butterfly effect.

quilting detail

Tie Dye side-space indpired free hand quilted

Butterfly Effect.
Pieced and reverse appliqued tie dye spiral with chenille spiral circles and red coral beads.

detail of ruffled border and chenille circle.

Quilt for Miss Anna-with handprints from the class. Kalidescope center. Piped trim at binding.

Hand print quilt, Made with Ty's Class

Thank you and baby gift for Angela, for taking us to the Beach feild trip

Lulu's Quilt

Count On Me,2008 A collabrative quilt made for Luisa Dyan Cholas

lable and button detail

full view, cotton fabric, wool batting, silk quilting thread, plastic buttons

Indian Silk on Black, quilting detail

Elizabeth and Aman's quilt, quilting detail

Lucky quilt, third place in the Kona Coffee Quilt Contest November 2006

Josie's Quilt, hand painted- brush, tie die, and airbrushed--silk circles, sandwich assembled, joined circles and quilted. Lots of basting, would have looked better with a fabric with less bias strech.

close up of reverse side of Josie's quilt

Hawaiian Smile, hand painted cotton, trapunto, glass beads. Made it to second round of the $100,000 quilt contest, innovative mixed technique June 2007

Cathy's quilt, Hawaii. Fire and water freeform.

Kayla's quilt. dragon fly reflection, and bubbles of large and small views. Circles machine appliqued, lace trim.

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