Apple Core Challenge quilt--what ever happened

Apple Core Challenge quilt--what ever happened

Post by Robine J. Lewi » Wed, 07 Apr 1999 04:00:00



Hey group,

Last year there was a person who had a horrible challenge quilt
including the rules
   must contain medalion
   9 apple cores
   hideous challenge fabrics.

There was an animated discussion on this challenge including
using actual apple cores, metal medalions attached, triangular
quilt, and the backside of the fabrics.

SO, WHATEVER HAPPENED?  I'm really curious.  Is there a picture
on the web site or can the designer please step forward and
discribe the quilt.  Did you win or lose?  What did the other
challenge quilts look like?  How did the fabrics like having
their backsides exposed?  How did the ladies setting the rules
like your interpetation of those same rules?

Come on now, you can't come here for help and then abandon us
afterwards........(VBG)

Robine Lewis

 
 
 

Apple Core Challenge quilt--what ever happened

Post by Carolyn &/or Stev » Thu, 08 Apr 1999 04:00:00


Good question, Robine! I'd been thinking about Jean Sands' project lately
too, as this year I've accepted my own guild's challenge for the first
time. (Not nearly as many rules as Jean's challenge, thank goodness!)
--
Carolyn in Harlingen, Texas, USA
Home page:
http://pages.prodigy.net/ledbottom
RQ2 blocks:
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/7356/ruth.html



Quote:
> Hey group,

> Last year there was a person who had a horrible challenge quilt
> including the rules
>    must contain medalion
>    9 apple cores
>    hideous challenge fabrics.

> There was an animated discussion on this challenge including
> using actual apple cores, metal medalions attached, triangular
> quilt, and the backside of the fabrics.

> SO, WHATEVER HAPPENED?  I'm really curious.  Is there a picture
> on the web site or can the designer please step forward and
> discribe the quilt.  Did you win or lose?  What did the other
> challenge quilts look like?  How did the fabrics like having
> their backsides exposed?  How did the ladies setting the rules
> like your interpetation of those same rules?

> Come on now, you can't come here for help and then abandon us
> afterwards........(VBG)

> Robine Lewis



 
 
 

Apple Core Challenge quilt--what ever happened

Post by Jean Sand » Tue, 13 Apr 1999 04:00:00


AHHHHH It is due in June!!  I better get going! First I have to find a
medallion...  I will keep you posted and when I complete it I wil try to see
if I can get Dawn to put it on her page so that you can see what I made.

Jean
Atlanta

Quote:

> Good question, Robine! I'd been thinking about Jean Sands' project lately
> too, as this year I've accepted my own guild's challenge for the first
> time. (Not nearly as many rules as Jean's challenge, thank goodness!)
> --
> Carolyn in Harlingen, Texas, USA
> Home page:
> http://pages.prodigy.net/ledbottom
> RQ2 blocks:
> http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/7356/ruth.html



> > Hey group,

> > Last year there was a person who had a horrible challenge quilt
> > including the rules
> >    must contain medalion
> >    9 apple cores
> >    hideous challenge fabrics.

> > There was an animated discussion on this challenge including
> > using actual apple cores, metal medalions attached, triangular
> > quilt, and the backside of the fabrics.

> > SO, WHATEVER HAPPENED?  I'm really curious.  Is there a picture
> > on the web site or can the designer please step forward and
> > discribe the quilt.  Did you win or lose?  What did the other
> > challenge quilts look like?  How did the fabrics like having
> > their backsides exposed?  How did the ladies setting the rules
> > like your interpetation of those same rules?

> > Come on now, you can't come here for help and then abandon us
> > afterwards........(VBG)

> > Robine Lewis


 
 
 

Apple Core Challenge quilt--what ever happened

Post by DF » Tue, 13 Apr 1999 04:00:00


I've been thinking of adding a special page for all the Atlanta Bunch
to show off their quilts.  You can be first!  

Dawn Flury-Krause
Busy dog-sitting and not getting much stitching done.

On Mon, 12 Apr 1999 08:48:42 -0400, Jean Sands

Quote:

>AHHHHH It is due in June!!  I better get going! First I have to find a
>medallion...  I will keep you posted and when I complete it I wil try to see
>if I can get Dawn to put it on her page so that you can see what I made.

>Jean
>Atlanta