Scrap Squad: Ladder of Success from May/June '12

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Thisfeatured quilt is by Bonnie Stapleton from Powhatan, Virginia. She blogs atinstitcheswithbonnie.
'Ok, Ill admit itit took me a long time to warm up toLadder of Success. When I first received the instructions I printed it out in black and white. I loved how the Four Patches ran diagonally through the quilt.I had to wait out a couple of rainy days before I could take a picture. How do you get good pictures of big quilts? My back fence works well but I still didnt get the whole thing.' - Bonnie
For more from Bonnie, click the photo and see her blog post.

This featured quilt is by Bonnie Stapleton from Powhatan, Virginia. She blogs at institcheswithbonnie.

"Ok, I’ll admit it—it took me a long time to warm up to Ladder of Success. When I first received the instructions I printed it out in black and white. I loved how the Four Patches ran diagonally through the quilt. I had to wait out a couple of rainy days before I could take a picture. How do you get good pictures of big quilts? My back fence works well but I still didn’t get the whole thing." - Bonnie

For more from Bonnie, click the photo and see her blog post.

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