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  • Nancy Parks

    Miranda Stewart quilt

  • Sherry Vercoe

    Quilt- Antiquities Medallion created by Marinda Stewart. Beautifully bohemian!

  • EVELYN PARSONS

    Antiquities Medallion Quilt by Marinda Stewart (Photo only) 7/8/13

  • SandraLee

    Antiquities Medallion by Marinda Stewart. Photo by Kelly Jackson at IHAN (I Have A Notion) Wouldn't this be great in my peacocks colors!??

  • MaryAnne Kennedy

    Antiquities Medallion by Marinda Stewart. More Marinda Stewart quilts on the site.

  • Jan

    WOW - The mother of all Dresden plates! The whiteish circle in the middle is gathered.

  • Dixon Woodward Aldridge

    Antiquities Medallion by Marinda Stewart. Photo by Kelly Jackson at IHAN (I Have A Notion)...................... A Beautiful Quilt!!

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