6045 CR 907, Godley, TX 76044 Tel. 817-223-8736 

Email: japress@hughes.net

These are a few samples of my quilts.


A veteran quilt for my sister made with the Two Fabric Bargello pattern but enlarged by making the insert fabric 16 1/2 inches instead of the 9 1/2 inches.  Plus, added another group of strips to the left side and two borders.

More veteran quilts for family.

More veteran quilts for family.

New Disappearing 9 Patch or Tossed 9 Patch made from my 12 step color wheel.  Pattern is by Quilt in a Day.  Kit is no longer available.


I used Benartex Gradation scraps for my versions of Caryl's Fibonacci  design. I quilted the third one and used Robert Kaufman fabric for the backing. It has waves in it that makes it great for the backing but it is no longer available.  See Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry's web page for more information at: http://www.bryerpatch.com

Disappearing 9 Patch quilt top.  This is made from the left over half square triangles from the Geese & Glitz quilt.  I just keep adding to it and it is bigger than my design wall. This will probably be a gift for my niece when she graduate from college. So, I have two years to finish!   April 2015 the quilt is finally finished. I will take to my sister so she can deliver to my niece.

Yellow Rose of Texas - My first pattern and it is still available but no kits. The second one is made with my hand dyed fabric. The pattern is still available but no kits.


Bargello Quilt made from a Mama J pattern is out of stock. This was made from my 12 step color wheel sateen and black sateen for border.  Quilted by Kathy Olson, Granbury, TX. Bird of Paradise - Paper Pieced Pattern by Karen Stone.  Pattern is no longer available from me but you might try contacting Karen directly.

Wall hanging was donated to AQS for the auction for Libby Lehman.



Spinning Hexagon -Pattern by Caryl Bryer Fallert.

Latest Spinning Hexagon made with my 12 Step Color Wheel. No more kits available.

I made another Spinning Hexagon in the Fall of 2004. It is the same pattern just not centered like the other one which makes it more of a art piece.

I made another Spinning Hexagon out of Caryl's Gradation fabric.  It takes 1/2 yard of Rainbow, 1/2 yard of Lapis Sunshine, 1/2 yard of Navy and 1/2 yard of Violet. I have decided to finish this one and hang in the booth.  I am working on making a kit for it and will add it later. 

Flying Free Pattern by Caryl Bryer Fallert. Pattern is no longer available.

My quilt won a first place ribbon at the Cleburne Quilt Show in 2002 and a first place ribbon at the Arlington Quilt Show in 2002.


Illusion 45 x 65 - This is the large version of Caryl Bryer Fallert Pattern. The pattern for this one is in a book "Easy Machine Quilting".

Illusion 22 x 22 - This is the small version of Caryl Bryer Fallert Pattern. 


Dancing Tree - Pattern by Caryl Bryer Fallert.  Pattern takes only one fat quarter of shibori dyed fabric and a commercial black fabric that makes the tree and border in one piece.

The one in the middle I used black for the background and a piece of my swirl fabric for tree and border.  Then, added iron on crystals to the background.

The one on the right is made with Caryl's Splash fabric and black sateen with crystals added for the sparkle. 


High Tech Tucks quilt that  I made for our friend David Long, Image Graphics, Paducah, KY. The pattern is by Caryl Bryer Fallert. Information on how she makes these pieced backgrounds are in the new HTT CD. The CD contains a lot of photographs of her various versions of this technique. 

It was a thrill to get my picture made with Caryl while we were in Paducah this year.

High Tech Tucks - Same pattern but made a little larger, plus I added a small inter border.

Another High Tech Tucks is my Hoffman Challenge quilt.  It won viewer choice at a local quilt shop.

The Birds in a swirl quilt won first place at the Dallas Quilt Celebration 2002.  Also, won first place at Arlington Quilt Show 2002 and won a ribbon for the machine quilting. Quilt is made from one of my Bright Swirl Panels and the birds is a pattern by Caryl Bryer Fallert, Migrating Birds.  I designed the paper pieced border after learning how to do them from another one of Caryl's patterns, Flying Geese in a Curve.


Close Up of quilting which was done by Kathy Olson, Granbury, TX


Harmonic Convergence -Pattern is by Ricky Tims but this quilt was made and machine quilted by Randy Press.

Newest Harmonic Convergence made with Caryl Bryer Fallert designed fabric.


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