this does not include the ones I have hanging on the walls (3)
or the ones that are on our beds (4)
just a side note, several of these are in use in our home at any given time. I rotate several of them periodically, especially the lap quilts.
Your cupboard is almost full - what are you going to do when it is full? Love seeing all your quilts - what great inspiration!ReplyDelete
They look lovely like that with just peeks of fabric showing. Like a magazine cover would.ReplyDelete
Wow! This is amazing. I never keep the stuff I make. I would like to have a cupboard like this someday!ReplyDelete
How beautiful! And what about how many you have given away? What is your grand number of finished quilts?ReplyDelete
Great...It's soo amazing...I'm gelous.ReplyDelete
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That is so lovely! I was thinking about you this morning and what you do with your quilts...thank you for easing my curiousity. I need to take a picture of mine too. You are such an inspiration.ReplyDelete
They look so yummy, all stacked up :)ReplyDelete
Wow, how wonderful - what sizes are they mostly?ReplyDelete
Also, what is your recommendation for a good size of a baby quilt?
Talk about some busy stitching! I can't wait for mine to look that way, too!!ReplyDelete
that looks stunning...and cozy and wonderfulReplyDelete
most of them are probably lap size
and all of the ones on the bottom are baby, so they would be the second most plentiful.
I don't know how many of them I have given away, but I have made about 80 quilts now, baby size or larger.
Your quilt cupboard is quite impressive! My closet full of quilts does not look that inviting!ReplyDelete
I forgot to answer your second question....I think standard baby size quilt is 45" x 60", but you can make it any size you would like. personally, I wouldn't go much smaller than 36" square.
I have zero quilts done. Looks like I better get cracking!ReplyDelete
My goodnes! I envy you. all those quilts. That is the number one goal for the next year, to make several quilts for my home. Good jobReplyDelete
Love it!! Simply love it!ReplyDelete
a stack of quilts is definitely one of my favorite things!ReplyDelete
What lovely quilts!! It must be lovely having the perfect quilt for each occasion. They look gorgeous all stacked up together.ReplyDelete
You impress me! I'd like tpo say I'm inspired, but sometimes I have to be honest and say that I'm just lazy and jealous! lol No, really, you DO inspire me!ReplyDelete
What an amazing picture! Thank you so much for inspiring us all out here in Blogland! I showed the picture to my kids and they told me that I need to pick up the pace!ReplyDelete
Wow, they look so nice and neat sitting in that cupboard. I wanted to invite you to visit my blog and enter the giveaway I have going on.ReplyDelete
how lovely they all look in your cupboard and great to hear they are used!ReplyDelete
i have been refolding fabric this morning, had a cutting frenzy last weekend and it looks like a fabric bomb went off!!
What a great collection of quilts. You have been one busy lady.ReplyDelete
I'd love to see each one. They look beautiful all together, and I can tell each is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I love them! It's so nice to know that I can make a bunch and keep them. They can always be used.ReplyDelete
45? Wow that's impressive.ReplyDelete
It's amazing how a stack of quilts can just make you feel happy.ReplyDelete
Not only do I love your quilting, but I love your neat stacking! A girl after my own heart...ReplyDelete
What a beautiful cabinet of quilts. You are an inspiration to young and old quilters. Thank you.ReplyDelete
That looks so beautiful! You are inspiring me. I'm going to tidy my cupboard. I don't have nearly that many however!ReplyDelete
That is VERY impressive! I still have mine on beds and on 2 quilt racks in my house. I have a 2 year old and a 4 year old and my quilting had been pushed to the side for a while. Since I have found your blog, you have motivated me to get quiltimg again. Thanks so much. You are an inspiration.ReplyDelete
I just love that. I love blankets! I hope to someday have a cabinet full of quilts as lovely as yours.ReplyDelete
They look so wonderful all together and folded up :-)ReplyDelete
Wow, what a stash... I seriosly need to start making some quilts for me. So far most was gifted and I am left just with the photos.ReplyDelete
I dream about cupboard full of quilts.
Wow, can't wait til I have a cupboard like that. I guess I should get to work and finish the pile of quilts laying around.ReplyDelete
Lovely stash and lovely cupboard! You’ll need a new one very soon!ReplyDelete
The stash makes me want to see them all unfolded!
80 quilts... you’re such a busy crazy mom and inspiration!
I admire you :OReplyDelete
Lovely post as usual. Neat cupboardReplyDelete
Colorful and fun! And I love the touch of old photographs on top of your armoire!ReplyDelete
I want a quilt cupboard too! Or wardrobe, or closet, or chest, or whatever!ReplyDelete
It's wonderful to see all your quilts. I think you're going to need a new one soon if you're keep making quilts at this pace. ;p
Jealous! Guess I will have to get sewing!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! As someone else mentioned, looks just like a pic in a magazine. Such treasures for your family to have and use!ReplyDelete
Someday...I'll have a quilt cupboard that actually has quilts in it and not junk! :) I better get sewing!ReplyDelete
Delicious...I think I have 5!ReplyDelete
What a glorious collection of quilts. I hope you occasionally rotate the way they are folded, as well.ReplyDelete
The quilts look so pretty stacked in the cabinet. That's a whole lot of quilts, I'm jealous!ReplyDelete
I wish I have a similar cupboard one day!ReplyDelete
It looks adorable!
You are so my quilting hero:)ReplyDelete
So. Are they always so tidy and neatly stacked? Or was this special for the camera? ;)ReplyDelete
I always like the look of my linens when I finish folding and stacking them up, but, inevitably, with use, they tend to get skaddy-wampus!
Thanks for sharing your delightful cupboard!
I want a quilt cabinet.ReplyDelete
I'm jealous. Of your lovely quilt collection AND that cool green cupboard!ReplyDelete
WOW! how long did it take you to make 45 quilts? I'm so awe struck right now! i 'have lots of quilt tops....still waiting to be quilted. i'm trying to hold back from sending it out to be long-armed.ReplyDelete
great storage area too! i love reading your blog!
Wow this is a neat idea. I just have my extra quilts in the closet. They look great all stacked together.ReplyDelete
I am so impressed. These are beautiful Please tell me your secret. I have so much catching up to do with your quilt alongs and just can't get it all done. If I just didn't have to cook and clean1!! Do you ever sleep??ReplyDelete
Hi, I am a knitting/sewing mom and I would like to learn how to quilt. I've found you blog while looking for tutorials and inspiration, and I love it. You make gorgeous quilts!ReplyDelete
I am so envious of your cupboard and most especially the quilts in it.ReplyDelete
my quilts are like your linens. they start out nice and neat and eventually they get a little messy. but it's a JOY to fold and stack my quilts. :0)
I just had to leave a comment to say it's so nice to meet another Amanda Jean! The Jean in my name is after my grandmother.ReplyDelete
I mostly lurk :o) because I am really only a quilter "wanna be". Your post on doll quilts inspired me. I started one (my first ever) for my daughter and am now determined to finish it.ReplyDelete
Anyway wanted to pop in and say I love your blog and learn so much from it.
Such riches! A testament to your talent, Amandajean. You are so inspiring.ReplyDelete
Your little quilt cupboard is beautiful...a perfect display area for your fabulous quilt collection. You are so talented. You inspire me.ReplyDelete
Lots of quilted goodness there!ReplyDelete
Your quilt cupboard is looking good! :)ReplyDelete
Oh my God - that's wonderful, really! It looks so neat and colorful - I'm inspired - hope I can start the one for our living room soon....ReplyDelete
I adore your cabinet and need to start working more to create my own quilt cabinet :)ReplyDelete