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A4AII: Participants’ Quilt Tops

Earlier this month, I released the latest Aiming for Accuracy II quilt-along lesson. Lesson 16, is the ONE when participants put together their centre quilt top. For me, as their teacher, it’s the most exciting lesson of all! Next, they’ll be adding the three borders that finish the A4AII quilt.

While, I will share some photos in the near future on this blog, of my own quilt-along progress, today, is all about my quilt-along participants. I am thrilled to share their photos below. I’ll do a second post of participants’ blocks in the near future too.

Donna Bubar Lockhart

Donna Bubar Lockhart

Elsie FitzPatrick

Elsie FitzPatrick

Evelyn Hollinger

Evelyn Hollinger

Gordeen Darbee Sherwood

Gordeen Darbee Sherwood

Gwenne Beck Pottier

Gwenne Beck Pottier

Janet Zucchero Smith

Janet Zucchero Smith

Claudia Sands Mielke

Claudia Sands Mielke

Jeanne Girard Mather

Jeanne Girard Mather

Judy Aguilar Quilt 1

Judy Aguilar Quilt 1

Judy Aguilar Quilt 2

Judy Aguilar Quilt 2

Linda Hnatt Chin

Linda Hnatt Chin

Marion Destounis

Marion Destounis

Patti Eder

Patti Eder

Paula Woods

Paula Woods

Yaffa Yassaf

Yaffa Yassaf

Amy Stuck

Amy Stuck

Angie Miller

Angie Miller

Ann Thompson Parfrey

Ann Thompson Parfrey

Becky Beall

Becky Beall

Angela Duhon

Angela Duhon


Do you see WHY I’m so proud of my students? Each and every quilt is absolutely unique and gorgeous. Everyone should be very pleased with their results.

While the quilt-along wraps up this month, you can still join the quilt-along and work at your own pace, sharing your progress in our Facebook Group.

At the beginning of December, my A4AII pattern price will increase. Save now, and join the quilt-along. You will also get the final, published pattern, when it’s available December 7th.

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This post was published on November 5th, 2015. Post topics: My Quilting Journey, Quilt Gallery, Quilting Events.

3 Responses to “A4AII: Participants’ Quilt Tops”

  1. Linda Collum says:

    Thank you for posting all of these quilt tops. It is so interesting to see the same blocks in so many different colorways.

  2. Debra Armatis Busch says:

    Each and everyone is absolutely beautiful……….all the same, yet so very different! Great job, be proud!

  3. Penny Hopper says:

    So many different sorts of pretty! Congratulations to each of you.

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