All of our quilts were recently washed, folded and stacked.
I doubt she has photos of all of them.
Also, everyone knows it's SO hard to get good photos of quilts, and rather than take them all outside and hang them up, I'm kinda draping them on the couch. I think you get the feel for them, if not the whole pattern. Don't hate me if you disagree with that.
She does some of her own quilting, and some she's sent out to have done. All are very usable and washable.
The girl's baby quilt (crib-sized). Gorgeous pinwheels on white. With toy animals quilted in the border and a scrappy binding. She still takes this one on car trips.
Thomas' baby quilt. I loved the bug fabric I found while visiting my in-laws' home once.
Monkey's baby quilt. It's flannel. And adorable. My MIL brought two quilt tops to show me when I was pregnant and told me I could choose, but that she already knew which one I'd pick. She was right.
Baby sea turtles! It's SO soft and definitely his go-to snuggle blanket.
A gorgeous gorgeous lavender and yellow quilt for the girl (twin-sized) made from 30's reproduction fabrics.
A twin-sized for Monkey. The roads and buildings are all quilted. She laughed because he liked the 'bubble fabric' on the back better. Sometimes he made his bed with it upside down. I'm glad she wasn't hurt by that, kids are weird, and he does like the top, too.
A bright hot rod twin-sized for the redhead.
A twin for the girl - the paper doll fabric killed me. I LOVE it. And the border is this amazing large-scale 30's reproduction.
The pops of red are perfect. Her cousin has one like this, too.
This one she made for display at a quilt shop - it's so bright and fun, we love it in the playroom (twin).
One of the first quilts she ever made us. It's all flannel, and the teddy bear ears stick out.
Another flannel, this one is autumn-y and the quilted leaves are amazing. These quilts get LOTS of use in the fall. They are crazy soft. They are both twin or fulls.
This one was a birthday present a couple of years ago - it is permanently on our couch. It's at least a full-sized, and the back is flannel.
It's just gorgeous (see it also here).
Our latest 'acquistion' is this quilt of Monkeys. She's making her grandkids quilts for their birthdays this year (!). He had already snagged this and 'made' his bed before I could get a photo. It's a twin, the top is cotton, the bottom is flannel (perfect for this particular kid!). Monkey calls it his lucky quilt, since it has raccoons on it, and Aaron told him that raccoons are lucky in Japan. He saw this fabric at Nana's house on one of our recent visits and she made his birthday quilt out of it.
I thought I was done, but she's made us a few wall-hangings, too! This one is under the girl's loft bed. I bought the pattern when she was a baby, thinking I'd learn to paper piece. Then I gave it to my MIL, because I realized it would. never. happen.
And this one in my craft room, from my birthday last year.
As a friend who just saw all of these said: These are treasures.
We are sure spoiled! Thanks Sandy, we love you!
Update: The girl's birthday quilt (mentioned here) should be added to this post, right?
Update: Adding the redhead's birthday quilt!
Added 1/15: A new quilt for Christmas!