This week's puzzle is by our guest this week, Cheryl Lynch.  It is a small quilt, barely the size of a piece of writing paper, titled, Joyous Gates.  Cheryl created this quilt after experiencing "The Gates" created by Jeanne-Claude and Christo in 2005.  They were curtains of tangerine fabric hanging from metal arches in Central Park.  To get the whole story of how and why Cheryl created this quilt, head on over to her blog by clicking here.

Joyous Gates - 108 pieces - non-rotating

Joyous Gates 2 - 99 pieces - rotating


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