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The Quilt Show Puzzle: "Veronica Ann" by Betty Ford-Smith

Do a puzzle of Betty Ford-Smith's quilt, Veronica Ann.


Betty says of Veronica Ann, "For this baby quilt, I incorporated used fabrics and spaced the rows of triangles further apart, making a much lighter quilt, weighing just seven pounds."


Artist Statement"Veronica Ann Pine Cone Quilt – This quilt is named after my friend’s first granddaughter. When my husband and I returned from France, I had to start making samples for the National Quilt Museum and needed a new idea. I decided to make a baby pine cone quilt to fit a crib with Veronica Ann as my inspiration in January 2019. I took the start of the quilt to the Highlands County 2019 Quilt Show, the National Quilt Museum in Paducah for demonstrations and worked on it at home. I finished this baby quilt April 1, 2019. It was made to fit in a baby’s crib 38” x 40”  and it weighs 7 lbs."


Click Here to see the Full Quilt.


See more of Betty's quilts in Learn Color Combinations and How to Make Pinecone Quilts with Betty Ford-Smith.


VeronicaAnnbyBettyFord-Smith - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

VeronicaAnnbyBettyFord-Smith - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

VeronicaAnnbyBettyFord-Smith - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

VeronicaAnnbyBettyFord-Smith - 36 Pieces Rotating

VeronicaAnnbyBettyFord-Smith - 100 Pieces Rotating

VeronicaAnnbyBettyFord-Smith - 300 Pieces Rotating




Original Photo: Lucas Davis


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