The Quilter 20th Anniversary Issue (March 2009)

My first quilt published in “The Quilter” was in their 19th Anniversary issue:


I feel honored to have another quilt featured in their 20th Anniversary issue (HAPPY BIRTHDAY to a fabulous quilt magazine!). This time, it’s Roslynn. Remember this?


The quilt in its entirety used to decorate a tabletop:


Additional shots (I just love that burgundy fabric from Benartex’s Noble Familie):



We are experiencing a snow storm right now, won’t you join me for a hot cup of coffee and some petits four? I learned something new while making sure of the spelling — petit four is a small cake generally eaten at the end of a meal or served as part of a large buffet. The name is from the French petit four, meaning “small oven” (from Wikipedia):


Stay warm, everyone!

10 thoughts on “The Quilter 20th Anniversary Issue (March 2009)

  1. Oh your quilt turned out so gorgeous! Well done Wendy and congratulations on being featured in the 20th anniversary edition!!
    I’ll be right over for some coffee and a petit four! Stay warm…

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