Gorgeous ostrich egg done in different shades of greens and pinks, covered all over with detailed basket weave, flower tiles, and stylized snowdrops.
Etched brown egg with wide green band with natural brown edging, two sides, triple snow drops on each side, with white background due to etching
Green and white wide braid around whole egg, with two diagonal wide braids going from top left down to bottom right on each side with black backround and delicate flourishes in green.
The Wise Owl
This chicken egg has a wide band of red triangles and two shades of green triangles along with a floral cap on the top and bottom. There are two sides to this egg; one side depicts a stylized owl in gold and black and the other side depicts a stylized bunch of round flowers. The motif of this egg was inspired by the interiors of the Indiana State Library.
This goose egg is covered with triangles. Using a blue and yellow color scheme, this egg spirals out from the center on the front and back to join up on the sides for a spinning effect alive with triangles.
Attic Quilt Squares
This goose egg is designed with a dark color motif of black, dark red, and gold and has many large intersecting circles as well as some traditional quilt square designs and a rick-rack band encircling the egg vertically or horizontally.
Intersecting spirals are a challenging motif, starting with a 16 pointed star on the front and back and bursting with diamonds that spiral from one side to the other. This egg is designed royally in red and blue with yellow embellishments and a black background.
This egg celebrates Puerto Rico! With the flag featured prominently on both sides, surrounded by a garland of hibiscus flowers, this sunny egg was a joy to design.
This goose egg is all decked out for Indiana's Bicentennial celebration, which occurred on December 11, 2016. Featuring the Indiana Flag - designed by Mooresville, Indiana native Paul Hadley - on one one side and an outline of the state and a banner on the other side, the real showiness of this egg comes in the detailed quilt-like border. Between the border runs the lyrics to Indiana's favorite song, written by James F. Hanley: "When I dream about the moonlight on the Wabash...then I long for my INDIANA home."
Quail - Aunt Irene
For some reason, the delicacy of this egg reminds me of my great Aunt Irene. She had a delicate voice, an elegant home, and a classy way about her. This egg done in light pink and green with a black background is tiny. Just larger than a quarter!
192 Triangles with Dots
This simple design of 192 triangles using alternating pink and dark red colors and dots is made that much more egg-citing by the fact that it is done on a tiny quail egg.
All the Stars
This goose egg is covered with intersecting stars from top to bottom. Spirals of red and orange color twist around the egg in a dizzying splendor.
This egg was designed with a wheat lover in mind. Wheat symbolizes abundance and good harvest.
Wedding Sun Burst
This is a goose egg, full of color and bursting with joy. The opening of the flower can symbolize the joy of the journey of marriage.
40 Triangles with Flowers
40 Triangles is actually 48 triangles. A very versatile division, I've added some 8 and 6 petaled flowers in this bold design.
A Flower Dreams
This flower has a beautiful and intricate background behind it. The many flower symbols mean love and caring.
Terra Cotta Sun
This brown chicken egg was only died in one color; a rusty red, but the effect is subtle and stunning. Beginning with a star burst, this design radiates out to intersecting panels of mesh.
This etched egg was a brown egg to start. Featuring six different sections, this egg pictures everything that is fun about Halloween including: a spiderweb on the top and bottom, a ring of Boo!'s, candy corn, jack-o-lanterns, and a ring of bats and witches' hats.
This Halloween egg features three scenes: a spider and a web, a smiling jack-o-lantern, and a pensive witch, as well as a fourth panel showing a jaunty Halloween and the current year. Finished with vertical crossed bands in orange and black, this egg is sure to delight during the October holiday.
Happy 4th! & Starry Triangles
Celebrate the 4th of July with an egg! The Happy 4th egg pictured here is a chicken egg with a band of red interlocking stars encircling the egg vertically. One one side is a bursting of fireworks (not pictured) and on the other side is a "Happy 4th of July" greeting along with a stylized American flag and a bright, white star.
Also pictured here is a Starry Triangles quail egg. Using the traditional "40 Triangles" motif (which is actually 48 triangles) this egg alternates bright red and blue along with a liberal dose of stars and dots.
Created by dividing the 48 triangle motif three times, the 384 Triangles design is pictured here with triangles in the triangles. That's 768 triangles, if you are counting.
This egg is dyed a bright red and decorated with a traditional Orthodox Cross and other embellishments.
Swedish Joy - Yellow
These sweet eggs are based on a cup that was given to me by a dear friend when I was visiting Sweden. They are pictured here in yellow, but I can make them in any color. The yellow requires black outlines (created by dyeing the egg black first, then washing back to white), but most other colors will have no outlines.
This egg is available in many different colors and features a design of interlocking circles. This egg is pictured with small red flowers in the intersections. Any small symbol can be repeated over the egg.
Swedish Joy - Red and Blue
These sweet eggs are based on a cup that was given to me by a dear friend when I was visiting Sweden. They are pictured here in red and blue, but I can make them in any color.