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May 16, 2011

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Claudia

What a wonderful exhibit. I love quilts and have made several. I never fail to be amazed by their beauty.

xo
Claudia

black eyed susans kitchen

You live in such a wonderful place Susan! This quilt walk is an amazing opportunity to appreciate historic art and the beauty that women saw in the little bitty scraps of their lives.
♥, Susan

Elsie

Oh Susan I envy you. I love quilts and have made several.
I also have several of mom's and my grandmother's. I have a yo-yo quilt from the 30's, that is very delicate. It is made with silks.
I love that ribbon quilt, that is
one awesome quilt. I love Lesley's quilt too, I made a penny runner out of dad's wool coats that dated back to the 40's.
Oh how I love quilts!!! Thank you so much for sharing.

GardenOfDaisies

The Quilt trail sounds like a wonderful way to celebrate quilts!! The venues seem like wonderful places to visit too! I love it when a community comes together, to showcase ALL the best it has to offer.

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