Betty's Wildflower, Frank Lloyd Wright, Sampler, and other Quilts

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Betty finished her first quilt, a queen-sized wildflower quilt, 
in November, 2000 after 8 months work.  Betty did all of the work by hand. 


For Becky and Stuart's wedding present, 
March 2001,
Betty made this quilt, based on 
Frank Lloyd Wright's
tree of life stained glass window
in the Darwin D. Martin house, Buffalo, New York.

In September of 2002 Betty finished this wall hanging quilt 
which is 5 feet tall by 3 1/2 feet wide.
The original is a Frank Lloyd Wright 
stained glass window in the Charles Ennis house, Los Angeles.


Betty calls this her "Happy Quilt".  Finished August, 2001.


For her  twin sister Jane's birthday, Betty made this
 queen-sized quilt, 
based on a Frank Lloyd Wright window in the
Arthur Huertley house, Oak Park, Illinois.
 Finished June, 2002.
In December of 2007 she made the matching hanging 
bead-work you see on the porch door and below.

Photos by Jane Griffith

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