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Playing with Curves taught by Ann Petersen

Round out your quilting repertoire! Let Ann Petersen take the fear out of sewing curved seams and open up a new world of piecing.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Wall Hanging
Style Traditional
Barb Westfall on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Besides quilting cottons, I incorporated some of my collection of silk tie fabric into the inner spikes of the New York Beauty blocks.

Barb Westfall on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I really like the movement this layout and the quilting designs create. I've posted a free pattern here on Craftsy for anyone who's interested.

Barb Westfall on craftsy.com

Wow! Gorgeous piece - love the design and the quilting really makes it sing!

03/02/2014 Flag

Thanks, Ann. I expected the red thread to stand out more distinctly on the blue center area. It's actually pretty subtle. I think this must be related to color value ... more to learn!

03/03/2014 Flag

Love the effect you achieved. Great colors.

03/05/2014 Flag

wow. this is so wonderful, on so many levels. I liked it before I saw the closeup of the quilting -- then I loved it! it brings tears to my eyes, so gorgeous

09/05/2014 Flag

It's fun to see what others are stitching. I really like your black and white New York beauty piece. Happy stitching!

09/16/2014 Flag

Beautiful. Love everything about it.

11/30/2014 Flag

Thanks Bev and happy stitching in all your projects!

12/05/2014 Flag