Anita's Corner

My Mom, Anita Jessop, is also a quilter and we sew together frequently. These are some of her completed projects:

A wallhanging gift for a family member.
This was a first attempt at doing our own window-pane design, utilizing a printed panel for the background.
A gift for a family member. The back is a purple flannel.
Pattern derived from "Noodles None Patch Quilt" by Holly Holderman for Lakehouse Drygoods.
Quilted by B&B Machine Quilting.
Quilted by Anna MacAllen.
A gift for a family member.
The pattern is our own derivative of "Mile-A-Minute" (a form of which is described
in the Winter 2000 issue of American Quilter) that we call "Willy Nilly".
Quilted by Anna MacAllen.
The back is light-green minky; very snuggly.
A gift for daughter Lea.
Pattern "Through a Winter Window" by Pearl Louise Krush.
A baby quilt gift, from a kit using a Robert Kaufman fabric line called "Chirp".
A gift to a grand niece.
Anita's own design and quilting.
A gift for daughter Lea, who collects daffodils.
"Scrappy Lattice" pattern from Terry Martin's book, Focus On Florals.
Quilted by Anna MacAllen.

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