Beautiful Wholecloth Design by Anna Csurke!

Anna Csurke is one of my Craftsy students and she and I correspond back and forth quite a bit on her special projects. 

She recently acquired the Ultimate Borders and Ultimate Shapes and sent me a sketch of the 18" wholecloth quilt she will be creating with those.  She gave me permission to share with all of you!

For the center medallion she used the 8" and 4" Ultimate Shape. She used the flower motif from the Ultimate Borders collection.  She filled the remaining space with free form feathers, echo's and a cathedral window background filler.  


For the corner treatment she used the Fleur de Leis motif from the Ultimate Borders set.



For the decorative small border she used the small circle motif from the Ultimate Borders.


The outside border was created from the Pearls & Swirls design from the Ultimate Borders collection.  She filled the space with the free form feathers.  


THANK YOU Anna for allowing me to share your beautiful work with the world.  Thank you, too, for inspiring us all with even more ways to use the Ultimates!

Hugs, Cindy :)




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  • Thank you for sharing Anna’s idea for using your ultimate border stencils, it’s a lovely design, and I hope we get to see the stitched out work too. Have a great christmas, and best wishes for a happy healthy 2018 Cindy.

    rachel atienza on

  • I am new to this but you make it looks so easy! I am going to have a try. Thank you so very much!

    Virginia Clarke on

  • Thank you very much Cindy.
    I really love and enjoy working with your stencils.
    So easy to using them, and you can creatre many new designs with them.
    I will quilting this design soon.
    Hugs Anna

    Anna Csurke on

  • I love Anna’s sketch and I’m looking forward to seeing her stunning design stitched out. I also appreciate the insights on which templates she used. With such endless possibilities using your stencils (and e:books) it is always inspirational to see what others create, as well as insights on their design process. Thanks for sharing.


    QuiltShopGal on

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