Created by: Ann Petersen
Project

Ice Sawblades

What are you most proud of? I love the color graduation the interpretation of a very square sawtooth block into this curved piece. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take it one step at a time - it is VERY doable.

You Can Make This

Ann Petersen made Ice Sawblades with:

Playing with Curves

Online Class

Playing with Curves

with Ann Petersen

  • 1 yards for block background
  • 6 fat quarters for block centers
  • 5/8 yard of fabric for inner paper-pieced triangles on arc

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I love the color graduation the interpretation of a very square sawtooth block into this curved piece. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take it one step at a time - it is VERY doable.

Q&A with Ann Petersen

Polarjo asked:
Beautiful! I'm really looking forward to tackling this pattern....but I think I'll work my way up to it with some of the relatively more simple patterns in the class first. :-)
Ann Petersen answered:
Sounds like a good plan!
Julieannabell asked:
Ann, your quilt is stunning,but I have a query? Why do some of the quarter square triangles colour fade out? I think it makes the quilt lose something or even look unbalanced! Is their a reason for this. Julieannabell
Ann Petersen answered:
I actually like unbalanced, I guess! I really like color to variegate across the surface of a quilt - one of the things you tend to find in nearly all of my quilts. It does get very pale here, I admit and you easily could do the grading from more of a medium to dark instead of the super light to dark.
calicosnowman asked:
Love the color choice, it's beautiful!
Ann Petersen answered:
Thank You!
tanjaraicic77 asked:
Prelepo..
Ann Petersen answered:
Thank you!
tanjaraicic77 asked:
Draga ANN kako da naucim da radim sa krivinama, jer je vas jorgan orelep.
Ann Petersen answered:
I would love to reply but my translator function didn't work.

Skill Level

Intermediate