Faye Lone creates three types of quilts. First, there are her one-of-a-kind large art quilts. Her works are in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, the Eiteljorg Museum and the Pequot Museums. Her work has also traveled with the exhibit Changing Hands IV of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). Second, she also creates art wall hangings for the discerning collector which may be one-of-a-kind or a limited edition series but no two identical. The third type is the Heritage Quilts made for individuals wishing to commemorate a personal event or family history. These pieced quilts use a bear paw variation block in colors selected by the collector. A description, oral history, photos are shared and Faye creates the story in the border of the quilt. In all of these, she does not draw things out first. She looks at the fabric and gets present to the story to draw free hand in the moment.