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Autumn Warmth

by Rose Legge
(Fairplay, CO USA)

On Display Thru September at the<br />South Park City Museum

On Display Thru September at the
South Park City Museum

I did sun printing with freezer paper, hand cut print blocks, hand drew the dragonfly with a Sharpie, and used some over-dyed commercial fabrics.

I wanted to give this piece the feel of a sweet early fall day, like the day I made this.

The sun was shining, the breeze was fresh, and some trees were still green, while others were changing.



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Oct 26, 2009
Beatiful quilt!
by: Anne

Rose,

Your quilt is very ethereal and just seems to float on air like a fall leaf. Lovely!

What is sun printing and how do you do it?

Thank you.

Anne

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