Category Archives: Science

Finished Science Quilt: Corona

When I went to the AQS Chattanooga show back in the fall of 2015, I really fell in love with Zen Chic’s Modern Background Ink line. All that was left in the Moda both was a jelly roll. I don’t … Continue reading

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Beach Bound swap quilts

Another swap wrapped up recently, this one a beach and ocean-themed swap. Given my background as a marine scientist, this one was impossible to resist signing up for. My partner shared this lovely color inspiration collage: Here is some color … Continue reading

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A longtime UFO, finally finished!

This quilt top has been sitting around for a few years, but when I had an opportunity to try out my friend Marybeth’s longarm a couple of months ago, I decided it was time to finish it. This quilt top … Continue reading

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Astronomy quilt finish

I’m so excited to show you my latest science quilt finish, “Main Sequence”! This is my quilty version of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram and represents the main sequence of stars shown. Basically, this diagram shows the relationship between the brightness, the temperature, and … Continue reading

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Crabby baby quilt

A friend of mine is expecting her second child, and I made her this baby quilt (sorry about the picture quality; I ran out of daylight hours to take better pictures outside!): My friend wrote her dissertation on salt marsh … Continue reading

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