Gallery

Here are a few of the patterns that I use in my quilting. All quilts shown are selections from the larger series of about 4-5 quilts. If you see a pattern you like, let me know and I can show you the entire series.

Chevron
chevronpurpleandyellow.jpg

Spinning Records
discspink.jpg

Moons in Window
circlespurple.jpg

circlesinwindow2.jpg

3D Cubes
cubesblue.jpg

Log Cabin and Variations
logcabinlarge.jpg

logcabinmulti.jpg

Lanterns

Transparent Circles
circlesgreen.jpg

Civil Rights
civilrights.jpg

Snakes
snakes.jpg

Strips
stripsmulti.jpg

Sunbeam Variations

 

sunbrownandblue.jpg

Windmills
windmillbigtosmall.jpg

37 thoughts on “Gallery

  1. Hi Sondra,

    This is Natasha, Slava’s sister. Ryan sent me a link to your site, and I just wanted to tell you I LOVE your quilts. They’re beautiful and inspiring and I’ve been showing them to everyone =)

    You do amazing things with color, can’t wait to see more!

    -Natasha

  2. Thank you, Natasha, for the compliment and for spreading the word. I look forward to meeting you!

    Slava and Ryan deserve all the credit for the website. This new wireless and web and blog world is far beyond me.

    Hope this message reaches you!
    Sandy

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  4. Your work is amazing! I love all of the quilts especially the 3 D blocks…. wish I could get to Maryland to see the exhibit… wonderful…. good luck! By the way, I am a Barrett, born in Richmond, VA…. maybe we are related somehow!

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  6. Sandy,

    These are very beautiful, lots of color, with a great sense of joy. You have wonderful vision and talent. Keep on. Julia

  7. your quilts are beautiful and very creative, it seems that quilting is becoming a dying tradition, it wonderful to see that there are some who are willing to put in the time and effort to keep up such a beautiful tradition
    peace and love
    imorganj

  8. So beautiful! Love to attempt the 3D cube quilt for a friend soon to retire from teaching who often integrated art into geometry math lessons. Do you have a reference available for a pattern? Lisa

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  10. Like Mary, I too would love to get your pattern as my cousin just returned from Bali with more batiks for me!

  11. Sondra, just saw your 3D cube quilt and I want to do a similar one. Can you give me ideas of whats patterns you put together to achieve this masterpiece? Thank you so much.

  12. Your quilts are amazing! You are very talented. I especially love the 3D blocks quilt and am interested in possibly purchasing a pattern for this.

  13. wow!!! your quilts are amazingly beautiful. You are very talented and your use of color is extraordinary. Where could I
    get the pattern for the “3-D Cubes” quilt?

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