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Fragmentation: Wonderful Words

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This was made for the Fragmention challenge of the Contemporary Quilters groups of Quilters Guild of the British Isles.  Words are central to our lives.  They instruct us, describe out thoughts and environment and communicate with it and others.  They can be the harbingers of joy or sorrow.

 

Some words have been lost - blown away on the winds of time as languages come and go.  Most of us can recognise words no matter how they are written: letters missing (some languages even omit vowels), letters jumbled or backwards.  They are so powerful that most of us can read them no matter how jumbled or fragmented they are.

 

Date Added: July 01, 2020

 

Name of Pattern or Block original
Owned By Anne-Marie Tye
Name of Maker Anne-Marie Tye
Name of Quilter Anne-Marie Tye
Year Made 2020
Year Made is: Certain
Located in City Burray
Located in State Orkney
Located in Country United Kingdom
Condition of Quilt Mint
Design Source Totally Original Design
Genre Art Quilt
Quilt Type Wall Quilt
Quilt Width 100
Quilt Height 60
Measurement In: Centimeters
Fabric Used 100% Commercial Cotton
Fabric Used - Other Desc. Wool yarn
Construction Technique Applique
Piecing By None
Applique by Machine
Types of Quilting Machine Quilted, Quilted on domestic machine

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