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batixa:    (via quilts / Museum of Craft and Folk Art)

Bok Hee Lee Yellow wrapping cloth, 2009 Linen (Via Museum of Craft and Folk Art)

Highfield Wagga 2012 by Tara Badcock - Great to see a newly made wagga. Interesting history behind Australian Waggas (early, survival-related feed & flour sack quilts... often with old clothes and socks stitched onto the tops of them, for warmth!) http://found-stitched-dyed.blogspot.com/2010/08/wagga-quilt.html

Highfield Wagga, 2002 by Tara Badcock from Quilter's Pastiche Love the low volume element of this quilt

Korean Quilting: Learn Pojagi Seams

Korean Quilting: Learn Pojagi Seams

Practice the art of Korean quilting when you incorporate pojagi seams into quilting projects. These single-layer quilts make stunning decorative pieces!

Quilt made from work clothes, Gees Bend.

Pearlie Kennedy Pettway, "Bars" work-clothes quilt, ca. denim and cotton, 84 x 81 inches. Quilts of Gees Bend /

Quilt by Loretta Pettway, Chrysler Museum

Loretta Pettway (American b. Untitled Block and Strip Quilt, Cotton and Polyester, X Chrysler Museum. Photo by Atelier Madeline. (My note-I believe this is a Gee's Bend Quilt.

Bosna Quilt Werkstatt

Bosna Quilt Werkstatt


The International Quilt Study Center & Museum exhibits Pojagi: Patchwork and Quilts from Korea

Debra Smith-Making Visible Series, #5, 2012

Debra Smith, Making Visible Series, 2012 All works on this site are two layers of pieced vintage silk. Primarily vintage kimono fabrics.

Nostalgia Kayoko Watanabe Original Design Quilt Category, 3rd prize

I want a shower curtain that looks like this. Nostalgia by Kayoko Watanabe - from 2010 Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival Original Design Quilt Category, prize.

'Yielding Resistance Series, #3' (2009-2010) by American quilt artist Debra Smith (b.1971). via the artist's site

Debra Smith 'Yielding Resistance Series, by American quilt artist Debra Smith via the artist's site

"WA Tokyo international quilt festival"

"SEA of Thought" Pojagi, Korean-style silk patchwork (Tokyo International Great Quilt festival) by cindy feng