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The Kite Challenge by Judith Panson. Exhibitions of the Fibre Art Network > On the Wind

Exhibitions of the Fibre Art Network > On the Wind

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Running into the Wind by Judy Leslie. Exhibitions of the Fibre Art Network > On the Wind

Exhibitions of the Fibre Art Network > On the Wind

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Rainy Day Girls by Terry Aske. "Here’s my finished entry for the Canadian Quilters’ Association invitational traveling quilt show ‘It’s Time for Colour!’" September 2014

Terry Aske Art Quilt Studio

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This quilt was made of old neckties by Kathryn Vitek of Maryland. It was designed from old family photos. Kathryn is the little girl in the quilt, with her parents.

Flowers in Her Hair and Expectations. 60"x 24"by Joanell Connolly. CaFiberArtists.com

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"She is always changing" by Karel Hendee | art quilt

Gallery | Karel Hendee - Artist

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close up, Woman with Two Gents by Leslie Gabriëlse (Rotterdam, Netherlands). Photo by Quilt Inspiration.

Quilt Inspiration: Quilt as Art by Leslie Gabriëlse

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Woman with Two Gents, 60 x 78", by Leslie Gabriëlse (Rotterdam, Netherlands). Photo by Quilt Inspiration.

Quilt Inspiration: Quilt as Art by Leslie Gabriëlse

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Quilt Inspiration: Quilt as Art. "Woman at Rest" by Jennifer June. 2014 AQS show, photo by Quilt Inspiration

Quilt Inspiration: Quilt as Art by Jennifer June

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close up, The Four Elements (Earth) by Margaret Jessop (Calgary, Alberta). Photo by Quilt Inspiration

Quilt Inspiration: O, Canada !

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The Four Elements (Water) by Margaret Jessop (Calgary, Alberta). Photo by Quilt Inspiration

Quilt Inspiration: O, Canada !

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Strength and Calm by Sarah Ann Smith

Quilt Gallery - Strength and Calm - Sarah Ann Smith

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Portrait quilt (Russia), spotted at the Moscow 2012 Handicraft Fair. Photo by machinequilter UK (Martha Milne). These two quilts were unusual in that they used authentic period costumes and real bags and rings and belts!

"Three Princesses of the Underworld" patchwork quilt by Natalia Muraveva (Russia). Inspired by a Russian fairy tale.