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Congratulations to Janet Stone, Best of Show winner at PIQF 2016 for "No L," (71" x 70").

Janet writes,

"Inspired by quilt collector, Bill Volckening's antique New York beauty quilts. I thought the large sashing intersection blocks would be a great place to put letters. Except L, that is. Being feaful of curved piecing, all the curvy pieces are appliquéd."

To see the collection that inspired Janet's quilt, click here.

Listen to Janet Stone (TQS BOM 2014 Designer) talk with Bonnie Browning about her quilt "No L," which also won the Best Home Machine Workmanship Award at AQS QuiltWeek® in Des Moines, Iowa.

Star Members can watch Janet in Show 1401: From ABC to BOM: Tips and Techniques Just for "Ewe." 

If you'd like to see the 2014 BOM, designed by Janet, A-Z For Ewe and Meclick here.


Comments   
#11 Helen LeBrett 2016-10-27 17:36
I got to see this quilt at PIQF and took quite a few pictures of it. It is just gorgeous!! Congrats to Janet!!
#10 Letha Sparks 2016-10-15 13:35
Janet, if you put your sleeve on the back with a tuck in the sleeve front (unsewn front part), then the hanging rod won't pooch out in the front and your quilt will hang straighter at the top. Wonderful quilt and exciting to see the border treatment and how it emphasizes the points on the New York Beauty blocks.
#9 cfreda 2016-10-14 21:13
A white gloved lady gave us a glimpse of a corner of the back, gorgeous pieced back with an xmas tree theme.
#8 cfreda 2016-10-14 21:05
Amazing quilt, I was fortunate to see it today at At PIQF 2016. Such a beautiful and technically excellent quilt. The machine applique is outstanding. Congratulations !
#7 sewist 2016-10-14 17:15
Eileen

the quilt's name is No L
#6 Pemela 2016-10-14 16:10
Another outstanding unique quilt by Janet. Congratulations Janet your quilt is beautiful.
#5 Eieen 2016-10-14 12:29
Gorgeous, fantastic, beautiful quilt. But where's the "L"?
#4 Patricia 2016-10-14 10:44
Saw this quilt in person yesterday and it is stunning!
#3 Karryl 2016-10-14 05:20
A stunning quilt. Thank you so much for showing us this quilt and video.
You have made my week.
I could not stop saying WOW as I watched the close up of the piecing and quilting.
#2 Angele Rheaume 2016-10-14 04:42
Thank you for the good questions and answer about this quilt (excuse my english, not very good) but I like particuliary the question about how to block the quilt.

Good for every quilters
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