Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Let's see you wiggle out of this one...




And yes Jean Ann is back and yes for all those who have been writing in, Jean Ann has given us permission to post her blocks, she sent them directly to me. I think some were concerned that she may not know she is here... I can assure you both Debby and Jean Ann are well aware they are here!   YOU funny people lol...OK---let's see how we can wiggle out of this one, and show you yet another one of her great blocks...


All about JEAN ANN Wright

Jean Ann Wright majored in textiles and fine arts combined these interests to become a fiber artist. From 1986 to 2007 she edited QUILT magazine. She then redesigned and edited The Quilting Quarterly for the NQA, leaving that position become a full time designer. Her inaugeral book, Circle of Nine, was co-authored with her sister, Janet Houts. Jean Ann designs quilts for major fabric companies and recently designed two fabric collections for Newcastle Fabrics and a Log Cabin Trim Tool available from your local quilt shop or her website: www.jeanannquilts.com

Jean Ann has won awards for her quilts at the IQA, and in other local, state, and national exhibitions. She has judged the IQA show in Salzburg, Austria and Houston, Texas; and numerous other shows. She presents programs and quilt workshops at the Houston Quilt Festival and local and regional guilds. Follow her blog: www.jeanannquilts.blogspot.com

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Jean Ann Wright, Quilt Editor, Author, Designer


 a modern block and quilt....









You may want to see Jean Ann's quilt that she made from this block..
sew be sure to drop by her blog today to see what a wiggly worm
quilt looks like..

I think it will be quite earthly? You think? lol

thanks again Jean Ann..

my best 



12 comments:

  1. I love the wiggly worm. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. This is a fun design. Thanks for turning us on to Jean Ann. She is quite amazing. I hope to meet her at the Houston Quilt Festival this fall.

    Jean Ann, thanks for sharing!

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  3. What a great block and a great quilt! Thank you!

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  4. Great quilt! So nice of her to share the pattern...really nice!

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  5. Such a cute block! I've enjoyed visiting her blog, too!

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  6. ooh, fun! especially with some bright graphic prints!
    I checked out her .com and the roly poly curves quilt looks like it'd be right up my alley!!

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  7. Very cute block for a child's quilt

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  8. That is impressive! I don't know how folks keep designing such amazing quilts. If y'all were waiting on me to design something...everyone's quilts would be oh so boring.

    Giggles,
    Kelly

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  9. Very cool block and quilt. I always love to see all the different quilters you feature. So much inspiration.

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  10. from a wanabe quilt maker on a real on..good quilt blocks. Color and skill. I also love sky and building.

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