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Extreme Conditions by Dijanne Ceval. Visit her page for details and narrative about the heart breaking inspiration behind this quilt.

Extreme Conditions by Dijanne Ceval. Visit her page for details and narrative about the heart breaking inspiration behind this quilt.

Hilde van Schaardenburg and Sandra Marcum: Celestial Fireworks (Two Person Quilts) The Festival of Quilts 2015

Hilde van Schaardenburg and Sandra Marcum: Celestial Fireworks (Two Person Quilts) The Festival of Quilts 2015

The Quilt Rat: Easy Batik Method - lots of great info on this blogsite - even making my own printable fabric sheets

The Quilt Rat: Easy Batik Method - lots of great info on this blogsite - even making my own printable fabric sheets

Exploring Tea & Ephemera in Cincinnati – Judy Coates Perez • Creative Alchemist

Exploring Tea & Ephemera in Cincinnati – Judy Coates Perez • Creative Alchemist

Quilt Art - by Patt Blair - dragonfly - lily pads  - "The Dragon Fly is a glittering jewel with nearly 500 species found in the United States alone. A 'baby' dragon fly stays near its place of birth (on or around water) for nearly 2 years before flying off to explore their world. They are so graceful!"  Technique:  Pigment inks on cotton. Materials:  Cotton and wool fiber batting.  Price: 1,100

Quilt Art - by Patt Blair - dragonfly - lily pads - "The Dragon Fly is a glittering jewel with nearly 500 species found in the United States alone. A 'baby' dragon fly stays near its place of birth (on or around water) for nearly 2 years before flying off to explore their world. They are so graceful!" Technique: Pigment inks on cotton. Materials: Cotton and wool fiber batting. Price: 1,100

By Ellen Lindner.  A detail view of a raw edge collage in progress.  Click through to her blog to read much more about her process.  AdventureQuilter.com/blog

By Ellen Lindner. A detail view of a raw edge collage in progress. Click through to her blog to read much more about her process. AdventureQuilter.com/blog

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