Fixing the World... One Quilt at a Time
I saw the exhibit last weekend. I enjoyed it a great deal. There are about 25 quilts. They are paired, one fancy quilt next to one more simple, or frugal, quilt.If you go, the Eiteljorg Museum next door to the Indiana State Museum has some Native American textiles in their exhibits.
Beth, I love this background quilt for your blog. Is it a quilt you made or an antique or just a photo? Whatever, I LOVE it. Daisy
The background quilt is a baby quilt I made for my next door neighbor. The pattern is Broken Dishes.
Thanks. I know the Broken Dishes pattern. A good way to use scraps which we seem to produce on a regular basis. I love the zig-zaggy look of the setting. Thanks, Beth. Daisy
Sorry Daisy, it's not Broken Dishes, but Cut Glass Dish, don't know what I was thinking.