Many of you know about (and hopefully follow) my regular column, Kimberly’s Korner, in American Quilter Magazine. In 2016, AQS featured my original series quilt, Pleasantville, which appeared in conjunction with my column. I was overwhelmed by the excitement of the readers to follow along and make their own versions of this row by row design! Many of you graciously sent photos of your own version of Pleasantville. In fact, the good folks at AQS previously did a follow-up in their “On Point” digital magazine, but I thought it would be fun to have a “show and tell” of the photos I received from you of your quilts here. Each one is truly special and exquisitely beautiful. I’m very happy you chose to share your quilts with me so I can share them here. The maker’s name is shown below the photo. There were two photos for which I could not locate the maker’s names. (Sorry!) So if you see your quilt’s photo and it isn’t labeled properly, please let me know. Enjoy!
UPDATE: Since this post, I’ve received more photos of beautiful Pleasantville quilts! If you would like to share YOUR version for me to post here, please send photos to me at: moc.omnieylrebmiknull@ylrebmiK. Here are the new photos: