Saturday, June 19, 2010

PJ's "7 of 9" piece

The Alliance for American Quilters is an organization whose mission is to document, preserve, and share the American quilt heritage by collecting the stories that historic and contemporary quilts and their makers tell about our nation's diverse peoples and their communities. One of their fund raising events is an auction of small quilted pieces. This year's challenge "New from Old" seemed interesting to me, so I donated this little piece called "7 of 9". It contains 9 patch patterns made with 7 different techniques.

To see all the pieces that were submitted and to get more info on the upcoming auction, see



  1. PJ, this is delightful. What are the 7 different techniques? Nancy

  2. I love the wavy border on this, and it is fun to find all the nine-patches.

  3. Yes PJ, is it possible to tell us the 7 techniques that you used? Very nice piece! Also your pendant in "Cloth Paper Scissors" was amazing! I hope to see it in person someday!