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This is one of the largest quilts created by Terrie Hancock, generally considered one of the first artists to work in mixed media and embellishment  In the late 1980s she began painting on canvas. Terrie then cut up the canvas and worked them into quilts.  The quilt measures 123" x 99" and was quilted by Sue Rule in 1985.  It is made of cottons and cotton blends, is hand appliqued and machine pieced, reverse appliqued, embroidered, and uses beadwork and other embellishment.  It is in the collection of the International Quilt Study Center.

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Saints1 - 70 pieces non-rotating

Saints2 - 80 pieces rotating

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