Water Wheels

“The waterwheel accepts water and turns and gives it away, weeping.”― Jalaluddin Rumi

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I like to collect fabric while traveling.  The salmon colored fabric was picked up in Grand Island, Nebraska several years ago.  It has sat on the shelf looking at me for several years.  I finally found a way to use it that preserved the sun dying of the leaf patterns.  The wheel fabric down the center was picked up on the say through Sedona, Arizona last year.  The center of the border was picked up on a visit to Virginia Beach, Va.  And yes, I do  support the local quilt shops also and we have some great ones here in Salt Lake City,

 

This piece was hand appliqued and hand quilted.  52″x60″.  Completed 2016

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One response to “Water Wheels

  1. Fabric and yarn are always the best souvenirs! Gorgeous quilt memories:)!

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