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  • Morilyn Carter

    "The border around the star received a lot of Asian-inspired floral applique. I love working with the bias strips, the curves distracts the eye from the bland tan. I was able to use flowers that are basically constructed from the same shape as the star is & then brought same green prints back in for leaves - all 85 of them. The butterflies are my personal favorite, a small feature to help define this as a garden. They were fussy cut & colored with sharpie pens to get the colors right"

  • Tom & Sherry Penland

    Margaret's quilting is always spectacular. Beauty in the hands that created this beautiful quilt!

  • Joann Uecker

    Zen Garden, made and quilted by Margaret Solomon Gunn, mainelyquiltsoflove.com More beautiful quilting!

  • Jimi Metzger

    What a beautiful quilt: the colors, the quilting, the art! WOW

  • Janet Hasson

    Amazingly beautiful machine quilting -- Margaret's quilting is always spectacular.

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