Pieced Prisms in American Patchwork & Quilting

Categories: BlogBy Published On: December 4, 20209.2 min read199 words1 Comment

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I have BIG news!! I have a design featured in the February 2021 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting (AP&Q)

I am so excited to be featured in this magazine…it’s my first time getting in! YAHOO!!

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I used American Made Brand Solids to make my quilt. As you all know I love to support an American Company and I love solids. Scraps are a good option to make this quilt. I also took my quilt out for some photos before sending it off:

I actually had this design in my files for a few years. I designed this before I took the leap into pattern designing. I had always loved this design and I think it was just waiting for it’s debut in AP&Q.

This issue goes on sale December 4th, 2020. I haven’t seen any of the other projects. I am excited to see the issue in print. I am on pins and needles waiting for it to arrive.

Thanks so much for letting me share!

Charisma

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  1. Георгий December 7, 2020 at 6:16 am - Reply

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