Custom Quilts

Japanese Tea Garden $225.00
A collage of Japanese elements evocative of a tea house built on memories from the time I lived in Kyoto Japan and studied tea ceremony. Embellished with beading and ginkgo leaf rubbings in the border.
27 inches x 24.5inches

Quilts are heirlooms, unique gifts that are passed from generation to generation. My quilts are hand made with the finest materials. My choice of fabrics, thread and batting insure that the colors will not run, the fabric will not shrink, and the stitches will not come undone. The three layers of a quilt provide a light layer of insulation which keeps you warm in winter, cool in hot weather. I have been quilting since 1994 and have studied with many nationally recognized teachers in areas including piecing, design, appliqué, fabric dying, machine quilting. Most of my work is machine pieced and machine quilted on my professional Nolting long arm quilting machine. Please estimate 12 weeks for delivery of custom quilts.

I have a number of completed quilts for sale and will continue to add new quilts from time to time. To view these quilts, please click here.  Some are original designs and some are from traditional patterns. If you would like to see what I am working on, like my Facebook page where I regularly post my work and the work I do for customers.

I can make a custom quilt for you, with your choice of pattern and color scheme. We can work with traditional patterns or original designs. After an initial discussion which includes your budget and ideas, I will submit a proposal to you.

I can also finish UFOs (unfinished objects). You might have a family piece that was never finished, a piece you once began but have moved beyond, or a piece you found at a yard sale or thrift shop.


  • Baby quilt: $100 – $200
  • Quillows (a quilt wich folds into a pillow…great for kids!): $125 – $200
  • Wall Hanging: $75 – $500
  • Twin: $250 – $500
  • Full: $275 – $600
  • Queen: $300 – $1000
  • King: $350 – $1200



I am thrilled with the fine job you did on the unfinished quilt top I handed over to your tender mercies. It was my lucky day to have you introduced to me at the quilters’ gathering because of all the people in the room you were the best one to do the work. You had the perfect visioning of how it should turn out and your special stitch work brings out much more depth and texture in the design than I ever thought possible. It gives me so much pleasure to see it on my living room wall, and my family and friends love it too. Many thanks!

Elaine Williams

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