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Joen writes about her quilt,

"Memories of Monet combines two traditional blocks that I could use to create four-pointed stars, diagonal lattices, and illusionary circles. The fabric combination was inspired by a Monet garden fabric that was featured in each star block; hence the name."

2008  70″ x 70″

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MemoriesofMonetbyJoenWolfrom - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

MemoriesofMonetbyJoenWolfrom - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

MemoriesofMonetbyJoenWolfrom - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

MemoriesofMonetbyJoenWolfrom - 36 Pieces Rotating

MemoriesofMonetbyJoenWolfrom - 100 Pieces Rotating

MemoriesofMonetbyJoenWolfrom - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


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#2 Venita Abel 2017-07-09 20:13
I agree this is beautiful. I was in Paris several years ago and saw Monet's painting. My favorite, too
#1 Patsy Burroughs 2017-07-09 14:45
This has got to be my favorite, so beautiful and it took me 35 mins because I refused to look at the quilt first. Plus it just so happens that one of Daughters is in France going to Monet's garden as I worked on this?!
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