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This quilt is one I saw in an exhibit while we were at Quilt Market last fall in Houston. It is called "Furrowed Fields" by Rosemary Cromer. The sign explained that the quilt "brings to mind a patchwork of rows of tassled corn, wheat fields.. and silo heads heavy with grain. ...It seems appropriate that the materials for this piece are the shirts worn by men who may have worked these lands."

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wow... this one is pretty amazing.

05.4.2009 | Unregistered Commenterlena

Glad you liked it :) Rosemary Cromer

05.4.2009 | Unregistered CommenterRosemary Cromer

those striped bits are so great.

05.4.2009 | Unregistered Commenterjill

there's a great new book out "Making Memories" by Deb Rowden, published by the Kansas City Star....think you might enjoy.

05.4.2009 | Unregistered CommenterRosemary Cromer

hooray Rosemary! I had tried to find you via the internet to ask if it was okay to post this.. so glad you found your way here!

05.4.2009 | Registered CommenterBrooke

This quilt is the "leftovers" from a quilt called "If These Shirts Could Talk" in the Making Memories book by Deb Rowden.

05.4.2009 | Unregistered CommenterRosemary Cromer

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