Not Forgotten
Eloise Joins the Circus
Flower of Light
March of the Umbrella Flowers
Behold the Sea
Magic in Times Square
Hippo Love
Denim and Calico
Caddy and the Cakes
Woody and the Seashell
Kitty Corner
Viviano's Finest
Z is for Zebra
They Came by Canoe
Winding Road Ahead
Pineapple Rings
Daisy and the Cruiser
Our Lady of the Lake
Bear on the Trail
Northern Lights
La Petite Ballerine
The Golden Carp
Old Glory
Abbey Window
Within the Red Tent
Come to the Table
Grandmother's Garden Swing
Rose Festival
Raindrops on My Hibiscus
Metropolitan Delight

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Within the Red Tent
Inspired by the novel The Red Tent by Anita Diamant, this traditional medallion style quilt features symbols from the story.  The four Double Wedding Ring blocks represent the four wives of Jacob.  The pomegranates are adapted from Sheila Wintel's book Colonial Appliqué and represent both fertility and resurrection.  The original corner tent motifs frame the piece to resemble a persian carpet.  Machine pieced and hand appliquéd.
2002 MQS -- Solitaire
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