Tuesday, August 7, 2012

This art quilt was made by one of my students "Sharon" from Decatur, IL. She was inspired by my "Marshland" quilt. Once I showed her how to make the dragonflies, she just took off. Great job Sharon!!!

1 comment:

Jackie Champion said...

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