Yvonne is a former aerospace engineer turned modern quilter, designer, and technical editor. She was introduced to quilting by her paternal grandmother in high school when her grandmother offered to hand quilt a twin-size quilt to use in her college dorm room if Yvonne made the quilt top. Now, over 25 years later, Yvonne has developed a style that bridges her technical background and love of bold color, specializing in transparency color play and bold, geometric designs. Yvonne’s quilts have been featured in numerous national and international magazines, quilt shows, and Modern Quilts: Designs of the New Century. She lives on the big island of Hawaii with her husband.
As an engineer, Yvonne created plans to communicate how to manufacture parts that she developed. Plans are two-dimensional diagrams used to describe an object and communicate building and/or fabrication instructions. A plan view is a projection looking down on the object, like in a floor plan for a house. When Yvonne created the design for this quilt along, she started by overlapping various sizes of rotated plus shapes and the end result strongly reminded her of the plan view of the John C. Hodges library (the library of her college alma mater), resulting in the name of the design
This kit has 6 different Kona solids that make the cover (lap size 60" x 72") total yardage is approximately 5-1/2yds