Texas Quilter

Bio: I am a Traditional Quilter. I love Needleturn Applique (freezer paper and back basting methods) Hand Quilting, and Long Arm Quilting and Piecing. The majority of my quilts are made to enter in judged Quilt Shows. I constantly look for new techniques and challenges in my quilting journey. After working 38 years for the Federal Government, retirement is great! I am a 6th generation niece of Frederic Chopin. My ggggrandparents came to the US directly from France in 1830-1840's. My Mother was an accomplished Pianist and taught music in the South Texas area for many years between 1930 and 1950. Piano lessons began for me at the age of 6. I play the piano and have a perfect pitch (guess that is from the Chopin line). I love Classical music and "the real Country and Western" genre.

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  1. Love your Brinton Hall Medallion quilt and the use of “Japanese” design fabric. Could you share with me the size of the hexagons you used? I would love to make one for myself using my Asian fabric collection.


    • Sorry about being late in responding. The size of the hexagons are 1″. The pattern is in Quiltmaia # 107 and 108 – Called Brinton Hall. A reproduction quilt made in the 1800’s.
      Thx for asking.


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