Anne Servello's Jacket's and Quilts

 

Here is Anne in her wonderful jacket and the ribbons

it won!

Congratulations on the win, Anne -- a well deserved prize!

Anne says of this Jacket "This is a sample of some sweatshirt-conversion jackets I made as a fund-raiser for my year as president of the WSAEC (Washington State Association of Emblem Clubs). I have used Robin Saindon's Stained Glass technique, which I find to be loads of fun to do, and a quick and easy project. I'm planning to add knit collars to the jackets to give them a little more finished look.

The Cat Quilt

What a wonderful use of the snail's trail quilt block. This is what Anne had to say about it: "Here is a little quilt I made for a friend, who is into cats...it is paper-foundation-pieced, about 16" square."

"Afternoon Delight"

Anne says of this quilt, "Afternoon Delight", is a mystery quilt from the Internet and is a paper-foundation-pieced design by Linda Schiffen. It is 17" square, and is a Challenge Quilt for my guild - since the Northwest is known as "Latteland", the idea was a coffee theme, and the provided fabrics were the coffee-bean border, the beige cracked-ice background, and the red. It was a really fun one to make.

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