Spring in My Step

October 2012
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine;Oct/Nov2012, Issue 430, p72
The article presents information on Ann Petersen, a quilter from Aurora, Colorado, who likes to use different fabrics in her quilts. It informs that the Petersen took her first quilting class in 1973 but didn't begin quilting until late 1980s. It further presents step by step instructions to develop a sunflower block quilt.


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