Drawing for First ARF Scholarship Quilt: June 4, 2011
Winner: Bonita Campbell
Questions about the next project? Contact Sandy Jewett



 Snowdy Dodson, Library

 Ann Perkins, Library

 Meg Holzer, Chemistry

 Sandy Jewett, Chemistry

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Patterns from various sources largely compiled and resized by Sandy Jewett.





A. Shirley Liby, Paper Pieced Houses and Gardens, 1998. ISBN 1-890952-18-4. Shirley Liby Publications.
B. Beth Maddocks, Piece by Number, 2008.
C. Jodie Davis, Paper Piece a Flower Garden, 2001. ISBN 1-56477-356-6. Martingale and Company.
D. Margaret Rolfe, A Quilter's Ark, 1997. ISBN 1-56477-197-0. That Patchwork Place, Inc.
E. Carol Doak, Easy Paper-Pieced Miniatures, 1998. ISBN 1-56477-209-8. Martingale and Company.
F. Debby Kratovil, 117 Paper Piecing Blocks on CD (The Best of Quilter by Design), 2009.
G. Susan Druding, 2009,
H. Yvonnes,dk, 1998,
I. Linda Worland, 1997,
  Theme: Flowers and Life within the CSUN Botanical Garden
 Unifying color: Green, same color to be used throughout to integrate quilt

Multicolored, with use of medium tone fabrics. See information on primary, secondary, tertiary colors on the website called Color Matters. Darker and lighter colors are used for accents.

 Background, sashes, borders: Light blue sky/cloud print, 1" sashes with diamonds (Square in a Square) technique by Jodi Barrows); 6" border
 Techniques for flowers: Foundation paper piecing, applique, mixed techniques, etc.
 Quilt size: 4 blocks wide X 6 blocks long - to give a typical lap/throw size around 46" X 60"
 Block size: 6" finished
 Number of blocks: 24 
 Contact:  Sandra Jewett, Professor Emeritus, Department of Chemistry