Creekside Quilts is very grateful and thankful to you, our customers for your support of our new store.
This page is a way to share your finished projects made with the fabric and patterns purchased from our store with other quilters and creative people to inspire and encourage others in their passion and interests.
We are excited to provide a way for quilters to share their hard-work and creativity with the greater community.
Thank you for your continued support.
If you would like to share your project with other quilters on this page, please send 1-3 photos, a description of what you made, and your name (first name only is fine), and we will post what you made on this page for others to see!
by Amy Jorissen
This is a unique quilt project in remembrance of loved ones, beautifully expressed in art.
Here is the story of this special quilt, tenderly described by Ami in her own words:
“My Mom taught me to sew when I was a little girl. I have always enjoyed sewing and recently learned to quilt. I have eight grandchildren and over the past year I made six of them each a quilt. I knew the quilt I would make for my last two grandsons would have to be a very special one. They are brothers and they live in heaven.
My daughter and her husband unexpectedly lost a baby boy, Hudson George, at 37 weeks in May of 2020. They became pregnant shortly after that and had a healthy baby boy, Baylor Hudson, in September of 2021. In May of 2022 he suddenly and unexpectedly passed away.
I think of Hudson and Baylor often and especially at night when the stars are shining brightly. I began to search for a quilt pattern that would represent them and help keep their memory alive. I came across a pattern entitled ‘The Night Sky’ (Maywood Studios ‘Dusk to Dawn’) and decided to add two shooting stars to the quilt design…one for each of the boys. I wanted to use batik fabric for the quilt, and I wanted a fabric collection with various blue hues and a night sky theme. I found what I wanted online from Creekside Quilts. Since I was unable to see the fabric in person, I contacted April and asked her for help in selecting the fabrics from the Island Batik Constellations Collection that would coordinate the best. She was amazing! She not only took the time to send me suggestions but sent photos of several color options for me to pick from.
The quilt was so much fun to make, and it turned out beautiful. Each and every stitch was sewn with love. A closer look at the stars reveals a ‘B’ and ‘H’ for the boys.
I know Baylor and Hudson are unable to snuggle with their quilt, but I think they would be ok with their Mom and Dad keeping it for them. I know they are in heaven together and shining brightly, watching over us all until we meet again.”
Batik Fabric Napkins
by Mari Graham (Sheridan, WY)
Here are beautiful cloth napkins made by Mari Graham featuring
Calm Lagoon, Napa Valley, & Mariners fabric collections from Island Batik.
“These are so much fun to make and are so beautiful. I particularly like making the napkins with the Island Batik fabrics as I like the weight of them. The Hoffman specialty prints are nice too, but they’re a little lighter in weight. These make wonderful gifts (who can’t use a cloth napkin!) and I love how the batik pattern is on both sides of the fabric vs. having a white back.
- 1/2 yard makes 2 napkins
- Cut two 17.5″ squares
- Fold and iron each side 1/4″, then fold to miter each corner and then iron and clip each corner.
- Turn edges one more fold and iron as you go (this will bring the fold to ~ 3/8″).
- Stitch sides 1/4″. That’s all there is to it.
pieced & appliqued by Lynda Bridge (Pittsburgh, PA),
custom quilted by Mary Thomas (Pittsburgh, PA)
Look at this gorgeous heirloom applique quilt called Valley Blossoms from a pattern by Judy Niemeyer. This was made from a custom kit from our store with fabrics from Island Batik’s River Valley collection.
Here is a detailed description from the quilt-maker:
“The appliqué was raw edge done with a manual satin stitch over the top. I used a satin stitch and matched the color of the thread well to the appliqué. This seemed to accentuate the design best.The fabric used was from Island Batiks River Valley line.
designed and constructed by Sonia Haigh
Here’s what Sonia from Waldorf, MD wrote about her project:
I am so happy to share my One- Of- A- Kind creation with you. I call it “Ocean Breeze” made with pretty tropical color fabrics I purchased here from Creekside Quilts.
The making of this cool backpack was my first time. It was challenging and fun to make. The shape of the backpack is basic. The design and patterns of the bag are my own. The measurements are 14″H, 10″L,4″W. When you have a passion for creating, the sky is the limit.
See what beautiful creations you can make with the endless selection of fabrics here at Creekside Quilts!
Fabrics Used in Backpacks
pieced by Carol Johnson, quilted by Janet Armstrong (Loudon, TN)
Here are two pictures sent by Carol Johnson of her finished quilt Butterfly Garden made from the official BeColourful quilt kit purchased from our store. A fantastic job on the piecing and assembly and beautiful quilting by Janet Armstrong.
Pumpkin Delight Quilt
pieced and quilted by Mary Swanson (Aug. 2021)
Here is the latest finished quilt project by one of our regular customers Mary Swanson. She has made this beautiful braid quilt using the newly released Pumpkin Delight fabric collection by Island Batik. She did an amazing job with the yellow, orange, to black color progression in the braid. This fabric is perfect for your next Halloween or Autumn project.
Fabrics Used in this Quilt
crafted by Lorilyn Wilkes (May. 2021)
pieced and quilted by Mary Swanson (Apr. 2021)
This beautiful quilt was pieced and quilted by Mary Swanson using the soon to be available Garden Gems fabric collection by Island Batik with the Nine Sisters pattern by Cozy Quilt Designs. The colors are vibrant and the quilting is a stipple pattern to balance the busy star pieces.
Many of the fabrics used in this quilt are available in our store – including the Nine Sisters pattern.
Fabrics Used in this Quilt
crafted by Lorilyn Wilkes (Mar. 2021)
“I purchased this “Baby Bunny” Funky Friends Factory pattern from Creekside Quilts Etsy store. The directions were easy to follow and the finished result turned out even better than anticipated.
(The apron on stuffed toy is my own pattern and is not included).
This was very fun to make and was able to finish in time for Easter.“
pieced by Chris Falkey, quilted by April Song
This stunning queen-sized quilt was pieced by Chris Falkey using the Glacier Star pattern by Judy Niemeyer. Most of the batik fabrics used in this quilt came from Creekside Quilts. The quilting was also done here at our store on the Bernina Q24 longarm with Qmatic automation. The quilting is a custom digital design from Quiltworx specifically made for this pattern.
Fabrics Used in this Quilt
crafted by Penny Aasen (Feb. 2021)
"In the Hoop" Machine Embroidered Quilt
crafted by Barbara Michonski (Nov. 2020)
Here is another beautiful quilt from Barbara Michonski. This time it is an “in-the-hoop” machine embroidered quilt with a custom designed quilt label on the back. The embroidered applique flowers on the front are from “Sweet Pea Designs” and the Edge-to-Edge is from “Amelie Scott Designs”. All the fabrics in this quilt (except the back) are batiks from Creekside Quilts.
3-D Christmas Trees
crafted by Barbara Loggins (Sherwood, OR)
Check out these cute and festive 3-D Christmas Tree wall hangings made by Barbara Loggins from our green batiks!
These are so creative and the colors are perfect for the season.
“I made three Christmas tree wall hangings from the green batik’s I purchased from you.
Moroccan Sunset - by Hoop Sisters
crafted by Barbara Michonski (Oct. 2020)
Here is an amazing in-the-hoop embroidery quilt project by Barbara Michonski using the Hoop Sisters “Moroccan Sunset” BOM design. Most of the batik fabrics used are from our store.
This is Barbara’s description in her own words:
“This was block of the month which was 5 months. I did the outside border which some didn’t. I looked online at paint colors and looked at boho colors. I used battelizer which is one of the Hoop Sisters creations instead of batting due to the amount of quilting and they usually add wool batting on top of the batting to make it have more definition. I didn’t do that on this one as it will be for spring and summer. I would say a total of 8 weeks it took me. I get color ideas on Pinterest with paint colors n a lot of times off of one of the fabrics that has many colors.”
Some Fabrics Used in this Project
Halloween Patch Table Runner - Shabby Fabrics
crafted by Barbara Michonski (Sept. 2020)
Look at this gorgeous Halloween themed applique table runner made by Barbara Michonski! Many of the batik fabrics in this stunning project came from our store. The colors for every animal and object in the scene are perfectly chosen and integrate together so well. There are so many fun little details and things to see. Amazing job and thank you Barbara for sharing your project with us!