Rotten Pictures of a Beautiful Quilts. Made by Beth Ferrier

Beth Ferrier spoke at our EVENING STAR QUILT Guild meeting last Wednesday. I was able to take pictures but to be honest I had a rotten angle and could not get the best shots of the quilts. Beth entertained us over an hour giving us the history of her quilting. She even showed the remnants of her first quilt. Her trunk show showed the growth of her quilting techniques from the beginner piecing blocks and class samplers to her first applique motifs to her growth in her machine quilting talents. Beth said, she wants her quilts to be entirely hers so she does all of her quilting on a domestic machine.

 

Enjoy the pictures. I hope to post more in the future.

Happy Quilting,

Nonnie

 

Ribbons and Blooms
Class Sampler 12 inch blocks

 

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Class Sampler Pieced and Applique

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Turquoise Sampler Applique

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Hand Applique by Machine

 

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Moon Dance and More

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Moon Dance and More Close UP

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Hand Applique by Machine

 

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Machine Quilting on a Domestic Machine

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More -Hand Applique by Machine

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One thought on “Rotten Pictures of a Beautiful Quilts. Made by Beth Ferrier

  1. I so enjoyed the evening with your guild. Beth Ferrier is entertaining, and I love her appliqué technique, as well as her “sneaky piecing” tips.

    It was wonderful seeing you again, and so coincidental that we met face-to-face! I had no idea I should even look for you.

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