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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Whimsical
Ann Petersen on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 100% Commercial Cotton Batiks, 100% cotton Batting, 100% cotton backing, glass beads, polyester, silk and cotton threads, polyester ribbon

Ann Petersen on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? This quilt won 5th place in the contest and will appear in the AQS book published in April with information on all the finalists in the contest. The quilt will be hanging in the museum during Quilt Week in Paducah.

Ann Petersen on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun and grow a garden of your imagination.

Ann Petersen on craftsy.com

Wow if this piece is fifth place I want to see the other winners! I love the variety of interesting stitches and appliqu. Very inspiring. I am excited that I now have the supplies for your class and creating my own sampler has moved to the top of my to do list!

03/15/2012 Flag

Thank you, hope you enjoy the class.

03/15/2012 Flag

This is amazing!!! Love the bee! Also enjoy your class and all the details and advice you share! Thank You, Kathy

03/31/2012 Flag

Wow, this quilt is beautiful!

05/09/2012 Flag

I have just seen the other quilts from this contest. What fine company for your quilt! I saw the theme was baskets and better understand your design choices. It looked like a lot of creative freedom was taken with the theme. Is this correct? I imagine the workmanship is perfect. With the theme of Jacob's Ladder this year will there be enteries using ladder's?

07/17/2012 Flag

I'm sure there will not only be ladders, but all kinds of other things. The creativity is wild in this contest. I always buy the book of the contest finalists even when I don't participate. The quilt only needs to be obviously related to the original block so creative freedom is the name of the game.

07/17/2012 Flag

It's beautiful Ann, and what stunning colours and shapes. K

10/02/2012 Flag

Thanks so much!

05/06/2013 Flag