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My quilt Choose To Bloom was awarded an Honorable Mention Ribbon in the Traditional Category at Quiltfest Savannah. Thank you to the judges wherever you are! One of the blocks from Choose to Bloom was featured on the program. I … Continue reading
My quilt Choose To Bloom will be appraised at Hammonds House Museum during the 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival. Holly Anderson and Nancy Franklin will appraise the quilt. After being appraised, Choose To Bloom will be on loan to the DeKalb County … Continue reading
Choose to Bloom is part of the Brown Sugar Stitchers exhibit at the Atlanta University Robert Woodruff Library. The exhibit continues through May, 2014. This quilt is a wildly colorful appliqué quilt. It took me over a year to make it, giving … Continue reading
My quilt Choose to Bloom has been juried into the Georgia Sewing and Quilt Expo exhibit. The exhibit will be on display at the Galleria Mall in Atlanta September 19 -21, 2013. Choose to Bloom is a very special quilt … Continue reading
Many of you have followed my Choose to Bloom journey as I posted the individual blocks and borders that make up this quilt. It is finally finished, and it is as beautiful in person as it was in my head. … Continue reading
I have been working on Choose to Bloom for over a year now. I finished the last inner border panel. All that is left is a vine outside border. I have no idea how this quilt is going to … Continue reading
The top inner border of Choose to Bloom was a lot easier than the two side borders because the house block in the center takes up a lot of space. This is the top inner border of Choose to … Continue reading
Some people say the border makes the quilt. I am inclined to agree as I struggle to finish Choose to Bloom. Last month I shared the left inner border of Choose to Bloom. Here is the right inner border.
My quilt Choose to Bloom has been quite a journey. I hope you enjoyed seeing the 13 blocks that I previously posted. Now I am working on the inner borders. There are four of them, and each one is 48 … Continue reading
I changed the pattern a little and included my favorite African girl in the middle of this block. This is block #13 of Choose to Bloom. All of the blocks are finished, but there are four sections to the border.