March 19th, 2007

 Posted Sept 27th….

pictures from the class I taught….uh…in March 2007 ….these pictures have been sitting on my desktop waiting to come out for quite some time… they finally have made it out!!

class 1.jpg   class 2.jpg  class 3.jpg class 4.jpg  class 5.jpg  class 6.jpg


the below entries were placed before Sept 27th, 2007….from now on these posts will have dates with them so you can follow along…..I am thinking it will be too confusing other wise…

zetti atc.jpg   zetti atc.set two jpg.jpg   Artist Trading Cards (ATC’s) that I sent out Sept 2007 for an ATC swap..The theme was Zetti and the medium was fabric.  Zettilogy is some concept by Teesha and Tracey Moore…I think it means a style or something….to be honest I do not know exactly what Zetti means, but I do know it is assoctiated with their style of work, and that it is pretty cool in my humble opinion….very wild, but cool…(the cards are all 2.5” by 3.5” inspite of how these thumbnails appear here)   NOTE: Since this original posting, ATC cards have received their own page on this site please got to the ATC page to see these cards in detail and more as they get sent and swapped…

scott 1.JPG Valentine to Linda that I made in 1996        

  scott 2.JPG Princess and the Pea quilt that I made in about 2000-2001 for a ”tell a story” challenge for my quilt guild Busy Bee quilters of Snohomish, Washington.            

  scott 3.JPG    ”Jambulani” my second challenge quilt, oh about 1998 or so.. this quilt is now in the home of a dear friend who just moved to New Zealand in February 2007

  quilt valentine.JPG  Valentine that I made for Linda year 2002 or 2004….

   cd cover closed.JPG CD cover/Valentine for Linda year 2003

   cd cover1.JPG  Inside of above CD cover/Valentine 

  poodles.JPG doll quilt for giving away with my quilt guild’s annual doll quilt giveaway…2002?? The poodle pattern is from one of Sara Nephew’s books….don’t remember the title right now, but it was all about animals..great kid’s quilts!!

scott 4.JPG  This quilt is called Grace and the Curly Hair….it was made for our friend Janet…and it is mostly out of one of the first lines of fabric that donated proceeds to Breast Cancer research.  Janet is a breast cancer survivor, and she prayed for a sign from God that the cancer would not return…the sign she prayed for was curly hair, her hair had always been straight before….and He gave her that sign, it came back curly….the Grace referred to in the title is God’s great grace! This was probably made in 1998 or so.  It resides Janet and her husband now, so I can’t get the exact date for this entry.

scott 5.JPG  This is the first quilt I ever did for Sara Nephew as a pattern tester.  And this quilt has been further across the United States than I have!!  It is the Hollow Cube pattern from Sara Nephew’s book.

7 Responses to “Gallery”

  1. Joanna Drakeon 08 Sep 2007 at 10:26 am

    Hi—found this site cruising the net—-would like to know more about the Grace and the Curly Hair quilt—can’t buy it but am interested in the background story—-I believe in miracles and signs, and would like to know more about this so I can spread the good news. Thanks and God bless—-

    hair quilt story

  2. Sylviaon 14 Dec 2007 at 10:58 pm

    Just took a peek at your website. Saw your quilt in Quilter’s Home, love that magazine. I was most curious because you live in Sultan, I live in Carnation and am a beginning quilter.

    Where and when do you teach? Do you post a schedule? I very much like your Cowboys and Indians quilt too.

  3. Scotton 10 Jan 2008 at 7:34 am

    Good point Sylvia, I do need to post a schedule of my teaching gigs. I actually have just started up a series of classes at Ben Franklin in Monroe, Washington. Their website is you can check there for my schedule for now until I get it loaded on this site.

  4. Sandion 03 Jul 2008 at 9:30 am

    I really like the Princess and the Pea quilt! I have always wanted to recreate the story of the Princess and the Pea in miniature and I have saved a tidy little stash of mattress ticking type stripes just for that project. Seeing your quilt makes me think I should do that. I have so many things on my “to do” list that sometimes they get lost until I see something in a magazine or on-line that reminds me “oh, yeah, I was going to make….....”. Your website is fun. I’ll be back to visit often.

    Thanks Sandi, glad you like it! I am posting prizes on the site next tonite….Go for the P & P quilt! What a great theme for quilters, huh?

  5. Katie Cappelleon 25 Mar 2010 at 2:32 am

    I’ve been trying diligently to find the pattern you designed for : “Rebel Yell”, I found the fabrics under Douglas Day’s name. I can’t find a place to buy it Help, please. God Bless and have a great one. Katie.

    Hey Katie, you can get that for free! You can just click on the downloads tab at and then scroll down to the picture of the Rebel Yell quilt and click on it. It will take you right to a downloadable PDF of the project. Have fun! and make sure to send me a picture of it or drop it onto my flicker page at

  6. cpcstamperon 03 Dec 2010 at 12:44 pm

    I am new at quilting and found your site from Moda. I really like you blog

  7. Kathy F.on 23 Feb 2011 at 5:54 am

    I’ve recently started a “Sundae’s Best” Quilt with Nicey Jane fabrics and would love to know what quilting design you used to finish your quilt. I have lots of ideas floating around in my head but would be very interested to know what you found worked best for this pattern. Thank you for your inspiration!

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