This was started in Jenny Raymond’s “Sunset Over Keukenhoff Garden” workshop that she did as winner of the Jewel Pierce Patterson Scholarship. It was in her 2005 display at the Houston International Quilt Festival. I call it my ‘back door’ quilt as it did not have to be judged to get in Houston.
The body of the quilt was a result of a class and a challenge to use string piecing. The reverse applique corners and triangles were a challenge for myself. I got it all together and it just died until I learned about “zingers.” In this case, the thin orange inner border. But, it still called
This was supposed to be a quilt for my best friend from junior and senior high school, who I saw for the first time in 37 years the summer of 2003. The Indian Paintbrush represents Texas and the green the lushness of Florida. I have the negative of the Hawaiian style cut center , so
Cabin in the Woods is the result of a (S)crap Bag Challenge in our PlanB group. I misunderstood the instructions. I thought that we had to use 75% of each piece in the bag , when it was 75% of all that was in the bag. I strained and struggled and probably cursed at bit,