Jean Ann Wright has been making quilts for over 50 years.
She is former editor of international quilting magazine QUILT as well as The Quilting Quarterly publication for the National Quilting Association. She has written numerous books, published over 30 patterns, designed numerous custom trim tools and is currently a consultant to several major fabric manufacturers. When teaching, she encourages her students to avoid the safe choices and instead see what new images they can create when they step out of their comfort zone. More about Jean Ann »
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You would think in these stay-at-home days I would complete more than eight blocks in 10 days. Alas, I have had a lot of distractions.After sewing 1 sample block I am ready to stitch in sets. I usually sew a set of 4 or 6 or 8 blocks in color family groups. I find this to be time saving and it keeps sets of identical blocks in order.The 4 log cabin block with the dark sides were completed first, as my sample block is in this group. The 4 blocks with the bright sides were completed yesterday. The