The Quilt Cabinet

The Quilt Cabinet

Welcome To the Quilt Cabinet, where treasures are made.

You have found the right place.

Here is the link for my Contact Information.

We have a lot to offer, and I am grateful for you stopping by.

My site is still ‘in progress,’ sorry if it seems confusing ~ I am not a webmaster by any stretch of the imagination ~ It is on the list!

Please feel free to call me @ 610.287.9662 (I answer Magic Touch)

I am glad you came to Visit!

Sit back and enjoy my site. I hope it makes you smile. You are going to discover a whole new take on quilts.

The word “new” really doesn’t exist in quilt making. Quilt designs and patterns have been around for a very long time. We just keep finding better ways to construct them. I have developed my own design called ControlledChaos. The pattern allows me endless possibilities, each one I make has its own personality. Wait until you see “No Calorie Candy with all the Comfort!” Now Available in our online shop.

TheQuiltCabinet will provide an interactive website to those of us who have a passion for quilts. Open the door and get ready to explore! You will learn some of the traditions of quilting as I learned them. You will get to see many unique examples of quilts, some whimsical, others more traditional. The Quilt Cabinet will provide you the opportunity to enjoy a handmade quilt at a reasonable cost.

You will have access to the story of The Perkiomen Valley School Quilts and The Fifth Grade Quilts. I began making quilts for the school in 1996. When my son, Michael, was in fifth grade I helped with the quilt the students made for the Colonial Fair.

And don’t forget to check out The Cedar Chest. In it you will find images of quilts I have done in the past.
If you are the proud owner of one of my masterpieces and have not yet sent me a photo of your quilt please do so.

Send it to:

Please include your story of the quilt.

The Quilt Cabinet
104 Maple Avenue,Collegeville, PA 19426

610.287.9662 |

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67 thoughts on “The Quilt Cabinet

  1. Mary Martin

    Just over from Mike Rowe’s facebook page and wanted to tell you how lovely your work is. You are very talented and generous and the roses made with the zippers were amazing. God Bless!

  2. Becky

    Just saw your beautiful quilt you made out of Mike Rowe’s old jeans. Loved all the creative uses for the other denim parts. Nice!

  3. jen

    Hi. What a fantastic job you did with Mike’s pants! You have a lot of talent. I would love some information on ordering a quilt. My dear Grandmother passed away a few months ago but I couldn’t bear to throw away all of the dresses that she wore on a daily basis. They remind me so much of her. Do you think it would be possible to make a quilt from these dresses? That would be such a treasure to have as a family heirloom. Thank you.

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