Lorie Bernhardt

I’m so thankful that Lorie Bernhardt’s coworker introduced her to podcasts!

What a busy lady with her job and her quilting!  I’m also thankful for the time she took out of her busy schedule to visit with me.

Not only did Lorie share pictures of her beautiful quilts to see on my website, but you can take a look at her beautiful quilting on her facebook page LB Quilting.

This is the quilt that Lorie’s friend, Kathleen, started.

Here’s one that was from a friend’s grandmother

A charity quilt for a local non-profit, Pass On Joy.

This quilt is a quilt of valor for Lorie’s uncle who was in Vietnam.

Lorie made two Hunter star quilts as charity quilts, for her class reunion and then for the local high school band. Both schools had maroon and white as colors.


Some baby quilts

A New York beauty style, she made for her husband.

Then one for her mother and the last one she made for herself because she fell in love with the fabric collection.

These are the thread nippers, or snips that Lorie uses.  She hangs them on her long arm so they are always close to her work.  Embroidery Sewing Scissor – Titanium Spring Action.


  1. Cathy Timmerman on 06/29/2020 at 6:29 PM

    Beautiful pictures and so many memories made. I love my quilt that you finished for me. Tomorrow June 4th will be fours years Scott has been gone. I have the quilt on my bed. Reminds me of Scott. Thanks so much Lorie for all your hard work❤️

  2. Micheal Clark on 06/30/2020 at 1:21 AM

    She is a very talented and gifted artist. I love her creative use of color. She was also a pretty good sister.


  3. Brooklyn Sloan on 07/19/2020 at 8:49 PM

    She has done a memory shirt quilt for my Husband. I gave her his Papa’s shirts that he wore everyday, and she turned them into the most beautiful quilt. She does such amazing work!

  4. Kimberly Browning on 07/22/2020 at 10:15 PM

    I have certainly been blessed over the years by our friendship. I have also been blessed to be the recipient of so many beautiful items. I have a counted cross-stitch (Two old friends and a cup of tea, one of them you , one of them me…) hanging in my hallway, a lovely delicate knitted scarf, and a beautiful quilt on my guest bed just to mention a few. Every time I look at these things I am reminded of you and how special (and talented) you are. Thank you!

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