Kathy Wylie tells how she worked time into her quilt, FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS, which won the Best Traditional Design Award at AQS QuiltWeek in Daytona Beach 2019. Learn how she worked a clock, the seasons, and birthstones into her quilt.
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1st Place, Traditional Applique' - 2017 Quilts: A World of Beauty, International Quilters Association, Janome Best of Show - Fall Paducah 2018, 1st Place, Large Wallhanging - MQX East 2018, and Best Applique' Quilt - Road to California 2018
For Such a Time as This
- Hand Applique
- Turned Edge Applique
- Decorative Stitches
- Hand Embroidery
- Free Motion Quilting
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2017 Quilts: A World of Beauty, International Quilters Association, AQS QuiltWeek - Fall Paducah 2018, MQX - East 2018, Road to California - 2018
Kathy writes, for everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven. Using hand-stitched turned-edge appliqué and domestic machine quilting, time is portrayed by clock numbers, monthly birth flowers and birthstones leaves changing color with the seasons, moon phases, and the shapes of an hourglass and infinity. If you would like to learn more about Kathy, go to her Quiltipedia.
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