From March, 2011.
This is from 2012 and is one of Betty’s first quilts.
One of Betty’s few quilts that step out of the realm of geometric design and add a bit of nature.
Betty made this one for our daughter Alysha. It’s huge. The photo shows it before quilting. This design has a name: Wedding Ring Quilt.
Sometimes it’s hard to come up with names for Betty’s quilts.
Another of my wife Betty’s quilts. This is one of my favourites, because of the colouring: earth tones tipped with blood-red.
Another of my wife Betty’s creations. This is for our grand-niece Makaia.
This is another of my wife Betty’s quilts. This is a log cabin style quilt, possibly her first and last effort in this style.
This is another of my wife Betty’s quilts, with quite a crazy design. Not knowing what else to call it, I name it the Horseshoe quilt because of the quasi-horseshoe shape of the truncated white squares.
Betty made this quilt way back in 2010, for Mike and Jen. It’s shown here before the border and the quilting were added. Nine different mariner’s compasses, sixteen pinwheels.