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This was the 2002 challenge quilt for our annual quilters guild show. The theme was "seasons" and the red used in the pagoda was the one required fabric. There also had to be some sort of house - I did the "teahouse" - and there also had to be a log cabin block somewhere in the quilt. I made one super-huge log cabin block, half blue and half green, turned in on point, and it forms the sky and grass of the quilt! If you look at the detail picture, you can see the beginning of the log cabin block. The weird trees were cut from the smocked top of a formal dress. The Asian folks were fussy-cut from fabrics in my stash. Some of them also make an appearance in "Magic Carpet" (2002).
January 18th, 2013
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