Quilts Inspired by Cathy's Songs


Have you made a quilt based on one of Cathy's songs?  Let us know about it, and we'll post it on this list.

I'll Work With My Hands Until I Go

Made by Joyce Duncan for her guild challenge in 2015.  The quilt measures 8"x10".
It uses some of the lyrics from my song "My Hands".


One Stitch at a Time

Made by members of the Capitol City Quilt Guild in Lansing, MI.
Presented to Cathy on October 17, 2002.
Each block represents one song on the "One Stitch at a Time" cd.
If you see Cathy in performance, she'll show you the real thing!
Pictured holding the quilt are Cathy and Irene Blanshard, one of the makers.


100 Ways to Hide Your Stash


Made by Larry Beauchamp, San Antonio Quilt Guild, TX
Based on Cathy's song "100 Ways to Hide Your Stash" on "One Stitch at a Time" cd
It includes blocks on how to hide fabric according to the lyrics.


Sweaters for Penguins quilt

made by Marion Willis of Fairfax, VA
Photo taken by Betty Dietz
This song was written by James Gordon, and recorded by Cathy
on "A Quilter's World"
Marion is holding her quilt, Cathy is holding her penguin which is wearing a sweater.


Trapper and His Bride Quilt

by Vickie Lopresti of the Valley Forge Quilt Guild, King of Prussia, PA
After hearing my song about it, Vickie actually contacted
Lorrene Hill, who told me the story in the first place, for further details.
It was made for her guild challenge.
Notice the blue ribbon in the lower left hand corner?