Ann Wight

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    Ann Wight got a reaction from EHonour in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from quilterkp in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from iquiltit in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from cegates in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Oma in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Gail O in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from NHDeb in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from InesR in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Bonnie in Ok in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Plumpurple in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from dbams in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from gkazee in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Marie0722 in My first scrappy quilt...ever!   
    I have been quilting since 2008 and have always been afraid of making scrappy quilts. For me, they are to busy, too many fighting patterns, just too much chaos.  I decided to tackle my fear of all this and make a small quilt from my scraps.  I used an Arkansas Crossroads block and am really pleased with my "controlled" scrappy quilt.   Details on my blog: http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2018/02/im-not-afraid-of-scrappy-quilts.html




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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Marie0722 in 14 Dec - 5 PM CST   
    I have quilted several quilts for Roberta.  She is an awesome lady, sews perfect seams, makes awesome quilt tops and is very deserving as the winner of this new machine.  I used to live in Idaho and she went to school with my sister.  I can certainly share with you that she will make good use of this machine!  I am very happy for her.
     
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    Ann Wight got a reaction from dbams in 14 Dec - 5 PM CST   
    I have quilted several quilts for Roberta.  She is an awesome lady, sews perfect seams, makes awesome quilt tops and is very deserving as the winner of this new machine.  I used to live in Idaho and she went to school with my sister.  I can certainly share with you that she will make good use of this machine!  I am very happy for her.
     
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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Gail O in 14 Dec - 5 PM CST   
    I have quilted several quilts for Roberta.  She is an awesome lady, sews perfect seams, makes awesome quilt tops and is very deserving as the winner of this new machine.  I used to live in Idaho and she went to school with my sister.  I can certainly share with you that she will make good use of this machine!  I am very happy for her.
     
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    Ann Wight got a reaction from EHonour in Clothesline Quilt   
    I just took this little orphan block quilt off the frame and bound it.  I was given several bags of stash and blocks from a lady that passed away several years ago.  Her daughter is an acquaintance of mine and recently her husband was killed in an boating accident.  I made this for her from the last of her Mom's orphan blocks.  More of the story and photos on my blog. http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2017/07/clothesline-quilt-is-done.html

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    Ann Wight reacted to T Row Studio in Cactus Collage quilted   
    Here is My latest Collage quilt ready for Squaring and binding This is a Laura Heine Collage pattern called Cactus collage sampler. I shrunk this to 60% of the original size. My Mother saw one in our Local Show and she said It was her favorite quilt at the show so I thought I could make that for her birthday.  I have included before after quilting  and the back  I also included a copy of my doodle of how I was going to quilt this. Thanks for looking Have a great day
     
     


     

     

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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Primitive1 in Antique Buttermold Quilt   
    So perfect!  I love the colors and the quilting is amazing!
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    Ann Wight got a reaction from InesR in Small projects   
    I did several Christmas stockings all at once.  You can see I used different squares of batting....only because I had some scraps, otherwise, I would have put a whole length of batting. 

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    Ann Wight got a reaction from T Row Studio in Christmas in July   
    Love it!
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    Ann Wight got a reaction from RosemaryJ08 in Small projects   
    I did several Christmas stockings all at once.  You can see I used different squares of batting....only because I had some scraps, otherwise, I would have put a whole length of batting. 

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    Ann Wight got a reaction from yankiequilter in Small projects   
    I did several Christmas stockings all at once.  You can see I used different squares of batting....only because I had some scraps, otherwise, I would have put a whole length of batting. 

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    Ann Wight got a reaction from Marie0722 in Clothesline Quilt   
    I just took this little orphan block quilt off the frame and bound it.  I was given several bags of stash and blocks from a lady that passed away several years ago.  Her daughter is an acquaintance of mine and recently her husband was killed in an boating accident.  I made this for her from the last of her Mom's orphan blocks.  More of the story and photos on my blog. http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2017/07/clothesline-quilt-is-done.html

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    Ann Wight got a reaction from beccabooo in Clothesline Quilt   
    I just took this little orphan block quilt off the frame and bound it.  I was given several bags of stash and blocks from a lady that passed away several years ago.  Her daughter is an acquaintance of mine and recently her husband was killed in an boating accident.  I made this for her from the last of her Mom's orphan blocks.  More of the story and photos on my blog. http://bunkhousequilts.blogspot.com/2017/07/clothesline-quilt-is-done.html