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Gee's Bend Inspired for COMQG 2015 Challenge

Gee's Bend Inspired for COMQG 2015 Challenge

crow roosters crow: The Improvisational Quilts of Susana Allen Hunter

crow roosters crow: The Improvisational Quilts of Susana Allen Hunter

Making space - Jude Hill

Making space - Jude Hill

Quilt * 1974 Maker: Alberta Miller died 1999 America, Alabama, Dallas County  with irregular contours Wool, cotton, synthetic textiles. Rectangular quilt with irregular outlines, pieced together from plaid and solid textiles made of wool, cotton, and synthetics.

Quilt * 1974 Maker: Alberta Miller died 1999 America, Alabama, Dallas County with irregular contours Wool, cotton, synthetic textiles. Rectangular quilt with irregular outlines, pieced together from plaid and solid textiles made of wool, cotton, and synthetics.

Is the red jeans too?

Is the red jeans too?

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Google Image Result for http://www.artcritical.com/blurbs/Gee3.jpg

Roberta Horton - quiltmaking teacher

Roberta Horton - quiltmaking teacher

Chad Burton Johnson - Journal - The Quilts of Gee's Bend, use old denim and scraps to make a quilt like Quilts of Gees Bend

Chad Burton Johnson - Journal - The Quilts of Gee's Bend, use old denim and scraps to make a quilt like Quilts of Gees Bend

Free Spirit Art Studio: Time Travel

Free Spirit Art Studio: Time Travel

OMNI QUILT - Made from cotton, silk, wool and polyester sourced in the USA, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and France.  This quilt features two very unique textiles sourced in Myanmar: the centerpiece, a section of a jacket made by the Chin people, no longer being made in the same way today; and a wool tunic worn by the Pa-Oh women of Inle Lake, black with pink detail stitching.

OMNI QUILT - Made from cotton, silk, wool and polyester sourced in the USA, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and France. This quilt features two very unique textiles sourced in Myanmar: the centerpiece, a section of a jacket made by the Chin people, no longer being made in the same way today; and a wool tunic worn by the Pa-Oh women of Inle Lake, black with pink detail stitching.

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