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The 1876 Centennial Quilt - Fall 2022

Step by step, block by block recreate The 1876 Centennial Quilt. Sharpen your patchwork skills in this comprehensive quilt making course.

Anne Dawson

Anne Dawson has been an avid quilter for over 45 years. Her introduction to quilting came as a result of a high school history project. Anne chose to make a quilt to accompany her paper, “Quilting in Early America”. She has learned a lot since then! From an early age, Anne dreamed that someday she’d live in the country and have a quilting studio. In 1999 after many years working in fabric shops, restoring antique quits, making quilts, and teaching quilt-making, she opened The Quilter’s Studio in her small, rural community of Lopez Island, Washington. For the past twenty-two years, she has gone to her studio most every day to, as she says, “Do something with fabric.”

The Quilter’s Studio has grown to include classes, personalized instruction, creative support for the quilting community, and a “small but mighty” selection of fabric and supplies, and most recently, quilt pattern development and writing for The 1876 Centennial Quilt Project.

Anne truly enjoys supporting her students in realizing their own version of any given quilt design.