Following many traditional quilt designs and patterns, these decorative wall quilts are created by hand-stitching stamps (from 1920 through 2005) together to complete the quilt design. Then, they are layered with a batting and a fabric backing. Finally, it is machine sewn to create the quilted look.
Four Patch Quilt -
Blocks of four same stamps are hand-stitched together. The white border is the use of the back side of the stamp.
There is NO DUPLICATION in the blocks within this quilt. Lightly quilted. It measures 30"H x 33"W.
Small Heart -
Using a traditional design, this heart has all red stamps to form the heart and the border. The background is the back side of the stamp. Lightly quilted. Measures 9-1/2"W x 10"H.
Sampler Quilt -
Based on an embroidery sampler and a quilt sampler, various designs are brought together. There is NO DUPLICATION of stamps used across the sections. The white border is the back side of the stamp. Lightly quilted. Measures 43"H x 29"W.
Having fun with stamps. Using obsolete Postage Due Stamps I created this whimsical rendition of the number game. Lightly quilted. Measures 13"H x 14"W.
Bordering on Paine -
More fun with stamps. This stamp featuring Thomas Paine is bordered by colorful stamps. Lightly quilted. Measures 13"H x 15"W.