Pacific International Quilt Festival, Part 2

The next quilts we’ll cover as part of the Pacific International Quilt Festival exhibition are selections from the Traditional category. If you’re in to Modern don’t skip this as what is interesting is the modern overtones in many of the quilts. I am going to mix these up between the ones that seem a bit more modern and the amazing palettes, detailed quilting and phenomenal piecing workmanship of the more elaborate traditional quilts.

There were a lot more in this category in the show, these are merely ones that I gravitated to. Yes, I know, you are always at the mercy of my eye. Next up after this, in Part 3, we will do the Gee’s Bend Revisited portion of the exhibition.

Enjoy!

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie's Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie’s Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie's Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie’s Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn't Matter by Deborah Lancaster

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn’t Matter by Deborah Lancaster

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn't Matter by Deborah Lancaster

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn’t Matter by Deborah Lancaster

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

Pacific International Quilt Festival 2014 Part 1

Since I couldn’t make it to Quilt Market this fall, (packing up our kitchen in prep for a big renovation) I was glad to be able to cover the Pacific International Quilt festival at the Santa Clara Convention Center last weekend. It gave me my fix of looking at gorgeous quilts from around the world since I missed the exhibition at Quilt Market, which is absolutely my favorite part of market.

A bustling floor with booths of fabric, pattern, tools and all things sewing galore, the exhibition runs in and out through the whole space.  As usual, I go in and just look and shoot any quilt that looks interesting and appeals to me. We will have several posts as I took photos of almost 150 quilts so stay tuned!

The first set are selections from “4-Way Dialogue by ab-strakt-ed”, a retrospective of works created for a series of invitational, 4 person exhibits that were presented by this group over the past three years.  It features improvisationally pieced, abstract art quilts by Santa Barbara ab-strakt-ed artists Lou Ann Smith, Patty Six, Debra Blake, and Maren Johnson. 

Standing Together by Patty Six

Standing Together by Patty Six

Standing Together by Patty Six

Standing Together by Patty Six

Portals and Pathways by Debra Blake

Portals and Pathways by Debra Blake

Portals and Pathways by Debra Blake

Portals and Pathways by Debra Blake

Red Moon by Maren Johnston

Red Moon by Maren Johnston

Red Moon by Maren Johnston

Red Moon by Maren Johnston

Santa Barbara to Denver by Lou Ann Smith

Santa Barbara to Denver by Lou Ann Smith

Santa Barbara to Denver by Lou Ann Smith

Santa Barbara to Denver by Lou Ann Smith

Seeking Space by Debra Blake

Seeking Space by Debra Blake

Seeking Space by Debra Blake

Seeking Space by Debra Blake

Seeking Balance by Debra Blake

Seeking Balance by Debra Blake

Live Oaks 6: Sun and Shadow by Lou Ann Smith

Live Oaks 6: Sun and Shadow by Lou Ann Smith

Live Oaks 6: Sun and Shadow by Lou Ann Smith

Live Oaks 6: Sun and Shadow by Lou Ann Smith

Live Oaks 5: Fall in Paris by Lou Ann Smith

Live Oaks 5: Fall in Paris by Lou Ann Smith

Live Oaks 5: Fall in Paris by Lou Ann Smith

Live Oaks 5: Fall in Paris by Lou Ann Smith

 

Succulents Abstracted 4: Grey by Lou Ann Smith

Succulents Abstracted 4: Grey by Lou Ann Smith

Peru by Maren Johnston

Peru by Maren Johnston

Peru by Maren Johnston

Peru by Maren Johnston

Parallel Lives by Patty Six

Parallel Lives by Patty Six

Parallel Lives by Patty Six

Parallel Lives by Patty Six

Kapa Kai I by Maren Johnston

Kapa Kai I by Maren Johnston

Kapa Kai I by Maren Johnston

Kapa Kai I by Maren Johnston

Hilary by Patty Six

Hilary by Patty Six

Hilary by Patty Six

Hilary by Patty Six

Margaret Glendening and MGmade

I met Margaret Glendening through the East Bay Modern quilt guild,  and am always enamored by the quilts that she brings in to show. Attention to detail, great color stories and fabric selection make her quilts stand out, along with how prolific she is.  So pleased with the quilt she made using Pop Rox and some Andover Fabrics textured solids, with a back as handsome as the front!

And because I’m such a fan, I’m also going to show you some shots of more of her quilts and don’t forget to check out her Etsy shop, MGmade especially if you want a well made affordable baby or lap quilt as a gift for someone!

Hexagon quilt by margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Hexagon quilt by margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Hexagon quilt by margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Hexagon quilt by Margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

back of Hexagon quilt by margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

back of Hexagon quilt by Margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Hexagon quilt by margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Hexagon quilt by Margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Hexagon quilt by margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Hexagon quilt by Margaret Glendening using Pop Rox fabric

Shot Thru by Margaret Glendening

Shot Thru by Margaret Glendening

back of Shot Thru by Margaret Glendening

back of Shot Thru by Margaret Glendening

Exploding Diamonds by Margaret Glendening

Exploding Diamonds by Margaret Glendening

Exploding Diamonds by Margaret Glendening

Exploding Diamonds by Margaret Glendening

Primarily Grey by Margaret Glendening

Primarily Grey by Margaret Glendening

Dream On and On by Margaret Glendening

Dream On and On by Margaret Glendening

Danilo's Quilt by Margaret Glendening

Danilo’s Quilt by Margaret Glendening

Garden Windows by Margaret Glendening, pattern: Elizabeth Hartman's Kitchen Window

Garden Windows by Margaret Glendening, pattern: Elizabeth Hartman’s Kitchen Window

Garden Windows by Margaret Glendening, pattern: Elizabeth Hartman's Kitchen Window

Garden Windows by Margaret Glendening, pattern: Elizabeth Hartman’s Kitchen Windowg

 

Greenery Quilt by Margaret Glendening

Greenery Quilt by Margaret Glendening

Retro Cars Stripe Quilt by Margaret Glendening

Retro Cars Stripe Quilt by Margaret Glendening

Around the World Blog Hop

I’ve been tagged! In the Around the World Blog Hop.  By who? By Kim Andersson of i adore pattern, new designer for Windham Fabrics who is just coming out with her fabulous new fabric collection Tidal Lace. Check out the amazing look-book of gorgeous projects using her collection.  It has been fun seeing the whole process as she is a local design buddy I know from both textile design school and from the East Bay Modern Quilt Guild. Actually she was the one that got me to go to one of their meetings and I don’t know if I would have started to quilt if she hadn’t!

1. What Am I working On?

Oh my! First, I am working on 2 new design collections, one a follow-up to Pop Rox and Luna Lounge (coming in April next year) and the other a follow-up to Bel Air (by my alter ego brand name Lauren Marcella), coming out in December, all with Andover Fabrics.  I am also working on piecing 3 quilts, almost finished a fourth, and have 2 in the queue for quilting. Ha ha I am also working on our kitchen renovation plans!  Takes up a lot of time and creative energy! Demo begins in 2 weeks.

2. How Does my work differ from others of my genre?

Does it? Well there is so much work out there and good design at that. I haven’t reinvented the wheel but my designs are all original, and so therefore have my own”hand”, much as with other designers. We all make our mark!  People sometimes point out the movement in my work, or unusual layouts. As much as I collect inspiration I really end up working from imagination in my design work.  With quilting, as much as I try to plan, I usually end up doing improv. That is what makes me happy!

3. Why do I write/create what I do?

Oh, I think I just answered this one. It makes me happy! Like many artists, I do think in whatever way I incorporate it into my life, I simply MUST create. It’s like breathing. There are no hidden meanings or messages to my work. I like to make things I haven’t seen before, though of course I am inspired by everything I see around me and by 200 year old art and design as well as the latest and greatest

4. How does my writing/creative process work?

For me, things usually come from imagination and sort of percolate up. Then comes the very pragmatic task of getting things drawn out on paper and rendered in the computer. Once motifs get rendered it is a RIOT playing with them and trying different things and layout, sizes, colors–it’s always a flurry putting together a design collection at the end. What I imagine in the beginning is only the start of what I have in the final collection. Though kind of like waking from a dream where you can only seem to remember portions of it, sometimes what I have in the end is just a whisper of the original creative epiphany.  Some things are just too precious for this world and never make it out into the light!

And…drumroll please…I am tagging Mitttie Cuetara and Pati Fried for the next leg of this journey.  I went local as I know both of these artist/designers from the area. And both designers to watch may I add!

Mittie Cuetara is a textile design school friend and design group buddy and is an incredibly prolific and versatile artist.  Her surface design website is mittiecuetara.com, but check out her current project of landmark illustrations printed on fabric items, at http://www.landmarkink.com

Pati Fried is a very well-known local quilter, teacher, and quilt pattern designer. She blogs on both her own site and See How We Sew. She also is a fabric designer and word has it, shhh…she has some new fabric design collections in the works.  I met her at the East Bay Modern Quilt Guild where her skillful and gorgeous quilts always make me swoon.

Check them out next Monday Oct 20th for their turn on the Around the World Blog Hop!
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Three quilts in the piecing cue….

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latest quilt in progress–almost done piecing…

Quilting in the Garden 2014

What a scrumptious day at Alden Lane Nursery to see their annual “Quilting in The Garden” show.  Beautiful quilts hanging all over their vast property amongst the flowers and trees, all blowing in the wind!

First some shots of the whole scene and then we’ll zero in on a few quilts (only a fraction unfortunately!).  Photography a little challenging as one is looking up taking photos against a sunny sky, so we’ll show you what we can, and enjoy the dappled light. If you’re in the area, don’t miss this event next year!

Featured artists this year were local celebrities Diana McClun and Laura Nownes, and from Oregon, Jean Wells and the Quilt of Sisters.  There were also quilts by local quilters, some with booths. There certainly were beautiful quilts everywhere.  Kind of dreamy! Take a gander….

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery #192 OHO Zen Chic by Ginn Staines

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery Quilt #254 The Good, Bag and Ugly by Judy White, #247 Friendship Lattice by Teresa Abbey

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #186 Vintage Hexagon by Jackie Erickson

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #145 Tumbling Stars by Diana McClun and Laura  Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #242 Neighborhood Square by Candace Hallquist

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #163 Digital Pink Rose by Diana McClun & Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Digital Pink Rose by Diana Mc Clun & Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #164 Red Triangles by Diana McClun & Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Red Triangles by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #166 Scrap Silk Quilt 1 by Diana McClun & Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #127 Star Medallion by Diana McClun & Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, back of #127 Star Medallion by Diana McClun & Laura Nownes…I spy Pop Rox!

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #42 Modern Drunkard for a Missionary by Melissa Draper

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #93 Red Mountains by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #168 Crazy Quilt Bugs by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #122 The Giant Tumble by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, The Giant Tumble by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #208 Quilts Hanging in the Village by Peggy Lindsay

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Quilts Hanging in the Village by Peggy Lindsay

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #103 Garden Maze by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #165 Color Study by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #40 Play with Botello by Jackie Ferrebee

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #21 Mystery Quilt by B.J. Meier

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #79 Rollin in the Jellies w/ Louise by Robin Maimoni

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #74 Crackers and Jellies Gone Chevron by Linda Gullick

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #141 Monet’s Garden by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #57 Juanita’s Star of Bethlehem by Barbara Bowman

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #187 Contemporary Log Jam by Jackie Erickson

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #207 Garden Gone Wild by Jean Wells-Kennan

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #194 Pavers and Pomegranates by Tonye Phillips

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Pavers and Pomegranates by Tonye Phillips

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #24 Star Struck by Mary Walcher

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #151 Woven Ribbons by Diana McClun & Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Woven Ribbons by Diana McClun & Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #219 Baker’s Twine quilt by Valori Wells

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Baker’s Twine Quilt by Valori Wells

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #41 Little Miss Color Wheel by Melissa Draper

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #139 Sensu by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #190 Batik Lone Star by Jackie Erickson

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Batik Lone Star by Jackie Erickson

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #183 Caliente by Ann Richardson

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, Caliente by Ann Richardson

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery

Quilting in The Garden at Alden Lane Nursery, #204 Tumble and Turn by Lawry Thorn

Coverlets: I never met a textile I didn’t like

On my annual summer visit to western NY, my Dad had planned an outing for us to Palmyra to the “Alling Coverlet Museum“.  I wasn’t actually sure what a coverlet was and my Dad’s descriptions didn’t help, but it sure was a fun thing to do given my passion for fabric, textiles and quilting. And in the category of “I never met a textile I didn’t like” he was right. These woven spreads had been a fixture from childhood and seeing a whole collection of them and the looms that made them was intriguing.

There is a rotating display of these coverlets here and it takes six years to go through them all, so there is always something new up. And the Pops bought me the museum book American Coverlets and Their Weavers by Clarita S. Anderson which is brilliant as it seems to have the best of the best of the six years of coverlets in there. Most of these coverlets were made between 1820 and 1880 and the books covers the origins of the weavers and it divided up by state–New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, the Virginas and Indiana.  They also have a room of quilts and other textiles of course! (Doesn’t everybody?)

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra NY

Baby Rox Grow Quilt

So glad to finally show you the “Baby Rox Grow” quilt! Ann Haley designed this oh-so cute-quilt, I pieced the top, Angie Woolman quilted it and we got it to Quilt Market in Pittsburgh just in time. I love Ann’s quilt pattern designs and she’s coming out with a line of them we’ll be sure to keep you updated on.

It’s a quick modern baby quilt that has a measuring tape ribbon included for clocking an ambitious baby’s growth.  Ann Haley has experience writing quilt instructions for quilting books and magazines and has had several of her own projects published in magazines.

We’ve put together a kit to make this quilt at my Etsy store for $49.75, which includes the pattern, all the fabric for the quilt top and the binding, including the cotton measuring tape ribbon. Optional to get a coordinating Pop Rox fabric for the backing also.

I have included extra photos here to show off Angie Woolman‘ s quilting.  Enjoy!

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

 

"Baby Rox Grow" quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics

“Baby Rox Grow” quilt pattern by Ann Haley, quilted by Angie Woolman using Pop Rox fabric by Carol Van Zandt for Andover fabrics