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blue city-- draw the city and then have the children come out one at a time, pick a house and color it in with prisma colors

Hunters star - I have made one of these in white and blue, but haven't finished it because I I haven't known how to quilt it. I like the quilting on this quite a bit.

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barn quilt - beautiful work! I wonder if the path to the barn was was first "bleached" out then painted, or if the green grass was built up on top of a lighter background?

Flower Festival by Noriko Masui (2006). Part of the exhibit Stitching the Seasons: Contemporary Japanese Quilts at the Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas.

Fractal art quilt designed on computer, hand dyed and hand stitched cotton and velvet. A meteorite has landed on a bed of ice, broken through, and caused a catastrophe.  ”Skating on Thin Ice” by artist Rose Rushbrooke (2001).

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