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Quilted art on parade

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Photo by Julia Hart

Constructed of pieces of left over sewing projects, this small book cover is one of the many examples of fiber art seen at the recent Tri-City Quilters Guild Quilt Show held in Kennewick’s Three Rivers Convention Center.

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Photo by Julia Hart

As any good quilter knows, the back of the coverlet needs to be as exact as the top of the quilt.

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This quilt of colorful waves and circles started as squares pieced together to create this pleasing motif.

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Not all quilting has to be for a bed or wall hanging. The Woodland Man lamp shade was created using leaf patterned quilt pieces with colored quilt batting for the face. When the light is out, the shade is a variation of browns. When lit, it reveals a variety of yellows and greens.

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The combined art of embroidery and quilting were used to create this “Over the River” quilt.

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A 40th wedding anniversary quilt was one of the popular displays at the Tri-City Quilters Guild Quilt Show held last weekend in Kennewick. This quilt was created from embroidered blocks provided by relatives and friends of the couple, in celebration of their 40th anniversary. It was made for a queen size bed. Pillow shams were adorned with quilt blocks featuring the names of the couple’s many grandchildren.

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