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Ann Slocum: This quilt was made during the pandemic.  It was a block of the month from The Quilt show.  It was all paper pieced and quite a challenge but fun to attempt to put it together in the circular format.  I could not help but think , as I was making this quilt of all the other quilters around the world who were in their homes making this same quilt.  It was quite appropriate for the “year we were home. “

Carol Golden: This is all paper pieced with Silk Tie fabrics a friend gave me years ago from a store in the bay area called Talbots.  Just finished it in time for our ASQG quilt show in 2022.  The pattern is a Karen Stone pattern called 'Untitled'!

Jenny Amerine: This quilt is called Mini Flying Geese. It is a class I took on Zoom, from a wonderful teacher by the name of Sarah Bond.  It was a challenge, as you can see by the square with the dime on it.
It was well worth the challenge.
I also quilted it myself.

Jill Caikoski: Here is a photo of one of my paper pieced quilts that I am proud of.  I am not an experienced free motion quilter, so I attended a sew-day class at Honey Run a few years ago and Terri Clary gave me great advice on how to finish it using straight line stitching. The diagonal stitching is done with yellow thread to look like sun rays.

Joyce Calderon: I designed and made this log cabin quilt using 1/2” finished logs. I used fabric that had the appearance of old worn out blue jeans…giving the quilt a folksy feel.  The finished quilt was given to my son to enjoy.

Mary Ann Hagan: I love paper-piecing! I am currently working on blocks called State Star blocks. These are some that I have completed.

Terri Johnson: This was my first paper pieced quilt. There were stacks of 5 different fabrics for each of the 60 blocks all over the dining room table, the kitchen table, the floor and I enjoyed selecting different fabrics. It was like being in a treasure hunt.
The pattern is Wensleydale by Jen Kingwell.