Angela Lawrence is an award winning quilter with a passion for needleturn applique. A degree in education has led her to share her passion through workshops that encompass beginner’s skills right through to advanced tecniques.
If you are new to applique, or just want a quicker project, Tantalizing Tulip has large pieces that translate into a stunning 24″x30″ wall hanging. The border is made from scrap pieces and put together brick style.
The colors are what first drew me to Simply Paisley first, but the design is delightful. This is the kind of pattern you’d want to do over and over again to explore all different color combinations.
With just nine blocks in a large quilt (62″ x 74″), this Folk Art Floral applique pattern allows the use of larger scale fabrics. Each block is unique – good luck choosing a favorite!
Butterfly Boutique is a 47″ x 58.5″ beauty. With 12 blocks you can do a block a month and finish this just in time for next Spring. The colors Angela used for her sample certainly are vibrant! Stick with vibrant or go for soft, subtle, pastels. Either way, the end product will be a treasure worthy of handing down.
If you live in the midwest, or are traveling there for upcoming quilt shows this summer, you can meet Angela, and see her work and patterns in person. She will be teaching and exhibiting at the Minnesota Quilters 35th Annual Quilt Show and Conference in Duluth, MN; exhibiting only at the 2013 International Quilt Festival / Chicago in Rosemont, Illinois; and teaching and exhibiting at AQS 2013 Quilt Show and Contest in Des Moines, Iowa.
If you aren’t traveling, you can browse the rest of the Applique After Hours patterns from the comfort of your home!