This visually vibrant version of the Dahlia block is paper pieced in combination with machine piecing and a small amount of appliqué. This method of construction yields an extremely accurate result despite its small scale. The result is a jaw-dropping graphic beauty.
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About Donna Westerkamp
In 2004 Donna started her pattern business. Her career began with making cloth dolls for craft shows and being published on the cover of several major magazines for my original designs. She then freelanced sewing and craft ideas with a team of designers for Ben Franklin magazine and Lee Wards stores.
As life got busy at home, as the mother of 5 sons and 1 daughter, she found quilting by hand was all she could do in the doctor’s offices and sports fields. She have been designing quilts for local quilt shops and Internet stores ever since. In 2008, she started her long arm quilting business, learning the art of free-motion quilting.
Her quilts have been published in Irish Quilting Magazine, AQS Calendar and The Wicked Book by Cherrywood Fabrics.