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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

And more!

Here are the rest of the quilts on the theme of spring from our local challenge group, as usual a wide and beautiful variety of interpretations:
Starting in the top left corner, Louise did an Asian-flavored piece (not a surprise) that has tiny fireflies at the top made out of knots of netting and peepers created from the shape at the bottom; Anya did an eye-catching abstraction of a May pole with typical Anya-colors, even though they were from others' scraps; you've already heard about mine; Susan keyed off a Whitman poem and created an ode to the first dandelion with a clever abstraction of that flower against the last snows of the season; and Peggi threadpainted a tiny peeper on a frond with scraps used as the background. Nancy was not at the meeting--seems like we are always missing one member.




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