This is an absolutely adorable appliqued child's quilt. It would be terrific hanging on the wall of the new baby's room, there are nine different animals made by the Sonoita Crosswords Quilters. The quilters are Sara Cobb, Donna Lee, Leah Swanson, Jody Brosseit, Polly Lightner, Linda Surmacewicz, Pat Hedrick, Alison Bunting, and Jeannette Childers. They dedicate this quilt to the Crossroads Quilters members who have conquered breast cancer. Size 45.5 x 45.5 inches Available Qty: 1
Patriotic Five is a great red, white and blue quilt that would make a great wall hanging or throw for the family room. Five of us friends did a block exchange and after meeting the wonderful people with Quilt For a Cause I decided to use some of the blocks for a donation. The friends are Diane Bootes who pieced blocks and quilted the final product, Judy Tenen, Linda Pansing, Gail Baldwin, and Natalie Furrey.
Size 42 x 55 inches Available Qty: 1
This delightful quilt would be wonderful as a wall hanging or for a small child to enjoy. The sea critters created using yo-yos are terrific, lots of bright colors and fun textures to play with. Sue has lost two members of her family to cancer. We need to do everything possible to find a cure. Size 51 x 62 inches Available Qty: 1
Chris's wonderful art quilt/wall hanging is nicely complemented by Linda Powell's machine quilting. Dedicated to my very dear friend, Sharon Lentz Weirich, she has been fighting cancer this year. We have been friends since high school. I wish for her successful treatment and a return to robust health soon.
Size 30 x 46 inches Available Qty: 1
This wonderful little star sampler made in pastel colors would work well for a baby or child's quilt or could be used for an adult or hung on a wall. Pat dedicates this quilt to all women, survivors and friends. Size 50 x 50 inches Available Qty: 1
This is a stunning use of the traditional log cabin pattern using blue, brown, cream, gold and red fabrics to create a great quilt. Saw-Peng Laracuente did a magnificent job with her machine quilting. Dorothy still keeps on giving and giving. Before she passed away, Dorothy Lee was an active member of QFaC and the Pacific Rim Bee. It was her wish that her fabrics and patterns be used to make quilts for the QFaC auction. This is one of many.
Size 66 x 66 inches. Available Qty: 1
The spectacular red, orange, black and white colors in the Asian fabrics used by Annette in her quilt Good Fortune really catch the eye and will surely bring good fortune to whoever buys this quilt. The size is perfect for a lap quilt, but would make a fantastic wall hanging in a large room. Size 70 x 70 inches Available Qty: 1
The Dogs playing poker is a panel that Dorothy Lee had in her fabric stash. Since she like to gamble, this was fitting to be part of her memory. This fabric panel was bordered in brown and green fabrics and would make a great wall hanging in an office or game room. Size 56 x 45 inches Available Qty: 1
Carol made this bright quilt in memory of Dorothy Lee who lost her battle with cancer last year. The quilt was made with red fabric from Dorothy's stash. Wouldn't this quilt look great hung on the wall of a newspaper or printing office! Size 28.5 x 33.5 inches Available Qty: 1
Here's a quilt that would work well as a stunning wall hanging in a narrow space or displayed on a long dining room table. The bright greens, reds, orange, and teal fabrics really pop against the beige background. Susan's interpertation of the Judy Niemeyer pattern Farmhouse windows is spectacular and offset beautifully with machine quilting by Julie House. Size 18 x 57 inches Available Qty: 1
Carol pieced this lovely quilt of wonderfully machine embroidered flowers on satin, the sage green fabric used as background certainly sets off the lovely satin blocks. Jacquelyn Morris-Smith did the machine embroidery and Kris Neifield did the wonderful machine quilting. Breast Cancer runs in my family and both my sister and I are breast cancer survivors. I am delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecological cancer. Size 57 x 75 inches. Available Qty: 1
Dorothy Lee was a member of Quilt for a Cause since its inception in 2001. Before her passing in July 2014 she expressed her desire that her fabrics be given to others for quilts to be sold at the 2016 QFaC auction. This quilt was made with several blocks Dorothy had completed with dragon fabrics. Since she did not have a layout designated I took the blocks and created this design. Saw-Peng Laracuente did the machine quilting. Size 60 x 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
Dorothy Lee was a member of Quilt for a Cause since its inception in 2001. Before her passing in July 2014 she expressed her desire that her fabrics be given to others for quilts to be sold at the 2016 QFaC auction. This quilt was made with several orphan blocks from her stash, I completed this quilt in her memory.. Saw-Peng Laracuente did the machine quilting. Size 65 x 66 inches. Available Qty: 1
The golds, pinks, plum and yellow fabrics highlight this beautiful interpretation of the Mixed Berries pattern. Roberta did a wonderful job in piecing her quilt and Linda Powell highlighted the quilt with her great machine quilting. This quilt was donated in honor of Roberta's mother who is a breast cancer survivor. Size 57 x 58 inches. Available Qty: 1
The mint greens, blues and white fabric make Mint Julep quilt just as refreshing as a sip of the drink it's named after. Cinny Hall, JoAnn Hinchcliffe, Karen Kelter and Edie Markle from the Roadrunners Quilt Bee made this quilt using Urban Cabin pattern by Atkinson Desgins, the fabric was donated by William Odette from his wife Mary's stash. The quilt is donated in her memory. Size 47 x 69 inches. Available Qty: 1
Majestic II is a hand painted, hand appliqued piece of art with lots of embroidery and other wonderful embellishments. The Heron depicted on the quilt will bring peace to anyone's room that it is hung in. Sandra states that her quilt is for family and friends who have fought cancer in the past and for those who are fighting it now. It is a way to help. Size 15 x 30 inches Available Qty: 1
This is a bright and happy quilt with nine wonderful machine appliqued snakes which some child will love to have in his room. Judy Hutchinson, a member of the Tucson Quilters Guild passed away in 2014 of cancer. This quilt was one of her projects that some members of the Hummingbird Stitchers Quilt Guild completed in her memory. Size 52 x 52 inches. Available Qty: 1
Jane enjoys stitching these adorable bear embroidery pictures and then making them into a cute little quilt. Bears in Grandma's attic will certainly be enjoy be enjoyed by a little one for many years. Size 37 x 37 inches Available Qty: 1
Oh Baby! certainly screams baby quilt when you see it. The soft and cuddly baby quilt will bring joy to any new parent and will bring funds to help continue our fight against breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 33.5 x 33.5 inches Available Qty: 1
Crop Circles is a delightful quilt made of pastel log cabin circle blocks, it was made by A Nice Group of Friends. The pastel colors will be enjoyed by any child. The quilting in this piece is really amazing, it sets off the circles very nicely. Size 44 x 59 inches Available Qty: 1
Oriental Arcade was made and donated by Annette Meyer, Annette used fabrics from Dorothy Lee's stash. Dorothy lost her battle with cancer this past year and is dearly missed by the QFaC board and all who loved her. Size 60 x 72 inches
Alley cats will be enjoyed by any cat lover or child who loves bright colors. Diane made the quilt using Evelyn George's pattern Double Rainbow. Diane also did the machine quilting on Alley Cats. Size 36 x 55 inches Available Qty: 1
Mr Monster would be a delightful addition to anyone's Halloween decorations this year and for many years to come. The Piecepatcher bee created Mr. Monster from the Happy Halloween Pattern by Amy Bradley Designs. Size 23.5 x 26.0 inches Available Qty: 1
Annette's donated yet another beautiful quilt, this one is made with red, light blue and beige fabrics using Nancy Martin's pattern Nancy's Fancy. This quilt would be a delight for a child of any age. Size 62 x 62 inches. Available Qty: 1
Ann Adams interpretation Judy Niemeyer's pattern Dragon Star is magnificent using fabrics of muted teal, orange, pinks, and purples. Karolyn "Nubin" Jensen's machine quilting sets off the design very well. Donated in honor of all the breast cancer survivors that I know, including Ann. Size 65 x 65 inches. Available Qty: 1
Ann Adams donated this wonderful Asian wall hanging that Ann made from fabrics that belonged to the QFaC Board Member Dorothy Lee who lost her battle with cancer this year. Golden Pagoda is donated in memory of Dorothy Lee, who left us too soon. Size 36 x 39 inches.
It's amazing what friends can put together when challenged at a Quilt Camp. The Quilters Market Camp Wannamakeaquilta campers Colleen Babcock, Diane Bach, Kathy Dehn and Jill Jackson-Mandel participated in the ugly fabric challenge and created this cute southwestern wall hanging featuring not only the ugly fabric but embellished with rick rack and feathers from a pair of earrings. Size 11.5 x 24.0 Available Qty: 1
A lovely small wall hanging representing San Xavier Mission at dusk was made by Jill Jackson-Mandel using a variety of purple fabrics to reflect the Southern Arizona mountains. Size 20 x 16 inches. Available Qty: 1
Hope is a beautiful quilt featuring reds, purples, and lavender fabrics made by Susan Brown using the Judy Niemeyer pattern Fire Island Hosta. Susan's paper piecing techniques are excellent and complemented wonderfully by Julie House's machine quilting. Both Susan and Julie are extremely talented and very generous to donate this quilt. Size 70 x 70 inches. Available Qty: 1
Bright colors make this quilt based on Katie Holland's pattern Now and Later which was published in the APQ Magazine. Judy did the free motion loop quilting on this delightful quilt. Size 44 x 50 inches. Available Qty: 1
Carol made this quilt from the pattern Pastel Throw in the Quilt-Lovers' Favorites Better Homes and Garden magazine, the pastel colors will certainly please any youngster, young or old who receives this quilt. Carol is a quilter and breast cancer survivor who hopes that this quilt will brighten a youngster's room or bed. Size 39 x 48 inches. Available Qty: 1
This pink and green ribbon quilt is symbolic of the healing process. Linda wanted a subtle symbol that included pieces that represent the friends and family members that cheered her through the scary times. Size 18 x 21 inches.
A great mix of 2 inch bright colored squares alternated with white squares makes a wonderful quilt to be enjoyed by any baby or toddler. Dedicated to my grandmother, Mabel Quibley. She died from cervical cancer, when I was only 6 years. I treasure the memory of the times I got to spend with her. Size 39 x 46 inches. Available Qty: 1
The kimonos in this quilt are made from a wide variety of beautiful Asian fabrics, the asymmetrical finishing of the quilt is a very nice touch. Both my parents suffered from cancers. I hope that fewer people will suffer as knowledge and cures are discovered. Size 41 x 48 inches. Available Qty: 1
Carol used a printed panel of a mountain lion to make this quilt, Pam Ashbaugh highlighted the panel with free motion quilting. Carol says "Breast cancer runs in my family and both my sister and I are breast cancer survivors. I am delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecological cancer." Size 37.5 x 32 inches. Available Qty: 1
New Tricks is an machine appliqued quilt with a few pink and magenta flowers in a green vase, Colleen highlighted the flowers with free motion quilting both in applique work and the background. Size 20 x 24 inches. Available Qty: 1
The Saddlebrook Friday Quilters donated this quilt in honor of Gabby Giffords, it retains candle wax from the memorial in front of the University Medical Center where Gabby was treated. Size 31 x 39 inches. Available Qty: 1
Rail fence blocks in red, sand, and blue patriotic fabrics was hand tied with "each knot representing a prayer said for you." This quilt includes a beautiful crocheted cross on the back. Size 48 x 62inches. Available Qty: 1
This is a two-sided quilt made by the 6th grade class of Congregation Beth Israel's Religious School in Houston, TX for Gabby Giffords. There are 39 hand drawn blocks to honor and support Gabby in her recovery. Size 50 x 33 inches. Available Qty: 1
The beautiful colors of a desert sunset are represented in this wonderful quilt, the quilting is outstanding, complimenting the excellent choice of colors and great piece work. Size 56 x 56 inches. Available Qty: 1
A stunning wall hanging of hexagons made from the Arizona Centennial Challenge Fabric on a black background. The hexagons were carefully designed to highlight the fabric designs. Would look nice in a formal or casual environment. Size 29 x 41 inches. Available Qty: 1
A wonderful interpretation of the pattern Harmonic Convergence by Ricky Tims in African prints with appliqued wild animals and wood carved animals. Judy says that her parents both suffered from cancer and her quilt "Africa" is donated in their memory. Size 29 x 31 inches. Available Qty: 1
My friend Becky, who was battling breast cancer, helped me design and choose colors for this table runner. She envisioned this runner on her table! Becky loved the outdoors, and especially wildflowers her favorite color was yellow. Becky was a ardent supporter of breast cancer research. Becky died on January 16, 2015. Size 19 x 66 inches
The bright Posy fabric chosen for the quilt combined with the star block creates a unique botanical looking quilt, the red, green, and gold fabric complement this look.
Carole made the quilt top, didn't want to finish it. Gave it to me. I loved the pattern, had wanted to take the class, couldn't afford it, was happy to hand quilt it and donate it to Quilt For a Cause. Size 47 x 63 inches. Available Qty: 1
Pink Ribbon Quilt ! This is a delightful interpretation of the Cowboy Boot Pattern by Evelyn George. Each boot is made of pink and brown fabrics and machine appliqued with Southwest critters. Made in honor of my sister, Joy Laws Damon, who booted out her breast cancer. Size 44 x 56 inches.
The fabric choices of bright greens, reds, yellows and reds on a black background and the fussy cutting and machine applique of the leaves creates a wonderful interpretation of Ricky Tim's Harmonic Convergence pattern. Linda Powell did the wonderful machine quilting on this piece. Dedicated to Marie Cato who fought cancer most of her adult life. Marie you left us too soon. Size 33 x 34 inches.
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This quilt has stunning colors, the celadon green, rusts, and blacks really make an intriguing whirl-a-gig pattern on this quilt. Linda Powell did the machine quilting. Size 46 x 47 inches. Available Qty: 1
Tami rescued the Baltimore Album blocks and created this real beauty of red, white, blue and green hand appliqued blocks and machine pieced into a lovely quilt. The machine quilting is outstanding and several of the blocks have great button embellishments.
Tami's inspiration to do this quilt comes from her tennis partner and co-founder of Tucson's Quilt for a Cause, Inc Carol Zupancic. AND, making a "Baltimore Album" style quilt has been on her my bucket list for a while! Size 48 x 60 inches
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A Pink Ribbon Quilt! A feathered star block featuring dusty rose, blues, and cream fabric make a stunning quilt. This quilt is machine pieced and machine quilted. Kay Tate who purchased this quilt was an 8 year breast cancer survivor when she was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. She fought TMC for more cancer support and was instrumental in starting Sunstone. She would want this quilt to be used to support the fight against cancer. Size 58 x 58 inches. Available Qty: 1
Here's one of our Pink Ribbon quilts, a quilt that we think supports our mission of Breast Cancer research. This lovely hand appliqued and machine pieced sampler is made from dusty rose and ivory fabrics. The hand quilting on it certainly sets it off. Kay Tate purchased this quilt. It was hung in her widower's bedroom as a reminder of their love. Kay was an 8 year breast cancer survivor when she was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. She fought for cancer support and would want this quilt used to serve your mission. Size 35 x 35 inches
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A lovely teal and magenta three dimensional wall hanging features a hummingbird and origami flowers. Kay Tate dedicated her life to serving others. She was an 8 year breast cancer survivor who died after her diagnosis with esophageal cancer. She loved nature and quilts and would want this to brighten someone's home and life. Size 19 x 27 inches. Available Qty: 1
This lovely turquoise, coral and tan Southwest wall hanging is decorated with wonderful machine quilting. Dedicated to all the individuals and quilt groups who share their talents to help win the fight against women's cancers. Size 47 x 47 inches
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This delightful tumbler quilt made with a variety of blue fabrics would make a great addition to any room. It's a perfect size to work as a throw or a wall hanging. Size 41 x 58 inches. Available Qty: 1
Tropical colors with blues and greens display Christine's precision in her quilt project from Jean Biddick's Picky Piecing Class. Chris dedicates this quilt to her Aunt, Anne Walter, who fought a long fight with cancer. Size 38 x 38 inches. Available Qty: 1
The Parrots in the focus fabric in Carol's quilt are so much fun, the bright colors really pop in this quilt. The size is perfect to cuddle up with or hang on the wall. Kris Neifeld did the machine quilting. Carol says that breast cancer runs in her family and both her sister and Carol are breast cancer survivors and she is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 55 x 62 inches. Available Qty: 1
The rusty red, creams and teal are certainly set off by the black borders in this interpretation of Carol Doak's pattern Floral Medallion. Carol says that breast cancer runs in her family and both her sister and Carol are breast cancer survivors and she is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 43 x 43 inches. Available Qty: 1
Medium and dark shades of blues, greens, fuchsia and rust produce the moody look of Night Shades based on the Quilters Market Pattern Zenquility. Carol says that breast cancer runs in her family and both her sister and Carol are breast cancer survivors and she is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 44 x 58 inches Available Qty: 1
Bright batiks with black background produce a rainbow effect in Carol's interpretation of the Quilters Market pattern Slightly Askew. Kris Neifeld machine quilted this quilt. Breast Cancer runs in my family and both my sister and I are breast cancer survivors. I am delighted to support Quilter For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecological cancer. Size 60 x 66 inches.
Any child would love this blue, orange, yellow and lime green quilt made with fish fabric. The quilt was machine pieced and hand quilted. Linda Phar from the Leisure World Quilters donated this lovely quilt in memory of her niece Robin Reeder who died 2 years ago from breast cancer. She was 34 years old and left a husband and 2 children. She was a wonderful person. Size 57 x 57 inches. Available Qty: 1
Carol W. Carpenter made Jungle Fever using a pattern from the Quilters Market. The autumn colors blended with a variety of purples make this an wonderful quilt for children of all ages. Kris Neifield did the quilting. Carol says that breast cancer runs in her family and both her sister and Carol are breast cancer survivors and she is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 51 x 59 inches. Available Qty: 1
The bright colors of pink, orange, purple and blue pinwheels on the white background and sashed with yellow make this a tropical delight. Kris Neifield did the quilting. Carol says that breast cancer runs in her family and both her sister and Carol are breast cancer survivors and she is delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecologic cancers. Size 63 x 79 inches. Available Qty: 1
This quilt of bright colored flowers on a white background was made by the Leisure World Quilters. The quilters received the kits for the flower blocks from the Quilt Basket, they put the quilt together and Ann Skitt quilted it, they donated the quilt in memory of Lois Hedlund who died of brain cancer. Size 43 x 56 inches. Available Qty: 1
These blocks were made by Tucson Quilters Guild members for the holiday exchange. Dorothy Lee won them and kept them in her stash. Unfortunately, she never got to complete the quilt. Fone Chan arranged the blocks and sewed this together. She hopes Dorothy enjoys seeing the completed project. Size 41 x 41 inches. Available Qty: 1
The red and white fabrics highlight the Bee's stunning use of the Circle of Hope pattern from Keepsake Quilting. The members of the bee; Cinny Hall, JoAnn Hinchcliffe, Karen Kelter, and Edie Markle donated the quilt in memory of those friends and family members who have succumbed to cancer and for encouragement to the survivors. Karen Kelter did the beautiful machine quilting. Size 54 x 54 inches. Available Qty: 1
The desert night is certainly represented by the use of the charcoal, turquoise, red, and gold fabrics that the Roadrunner Bee choose for their adaptation and use of some of J. Michelle Watts design elements. The members of the bee; Cinny Hall, JoAnn Hinchliffe, Karen Kelter, and Edie Markle donated the quilt in memory of those friends and family members who have succumbed to cancer and for encouragement to the survivors. Size 52 x 52 inches. Available Qty: 1
This is a lovely purple, green and white machine pieced quilt with hand appliqué and embroidery embellishments. The quilt was designed, piece and quilted by Susan Didra from fabric donated by Dr. Odette in memory of Mary Odette who passed away from cancer. Size 51 x 51 inches. Available Qty: 1
We ordered the traditional indigo and rust fabric and white thread from Japan for the Sashiko blocks, and worked together to make this traditional Sashiko quilt. We dedicated it to the fight against women's cancers. Size 53 x 53 inches. Available Qty: 1
The various blocks of this quilt combine to form a symbolic flower pot with flowers of hope as represented by Gingko leaves and love as represented by Cherry Blossoms in pink, plum, fuchsia and gold. I hope that this quilt will bring hope and love to everyone, especially to those in need. Size 53 x 53 inches. Available Qty: 1
Quilting for Others received material from Vera Pied's family. Vera was a long time member of the Tucson Quilt Guild. Vera passed away in August of 2014. These cats were a panel that I cut up and made into a quilt from Vera's material. The autumn and earth tone homespun fabric is adorable in this cute cat quilt, buttons and embroidered faces top it off. Size 40 x 49 inches.
Our friends are the treasures in our life; We remember and celebrate our friendships. This Southwest theme quilt in greens, oranges, blues, reds and tan was based on Evelyn George's pattern Bottle Collection. Size 57 x 52 inches. Members of the bee are Sara Rumbaugh, Joanna Strohn, Rita Watkins, Masayo Morgan, Joyce Kaiser, Ruth Martin, Mary Bazzano, Dorothy Callahan, Becky Ruhl, Kay Hendricks, Vivian Streeter, Evelyn George, Linda Koliopoulos. Size 57 x 52 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Colleen Babcock. Orange fabric from Mary Odette's stash, donated by Dr. William Odette. Design inspired by Jane Frenke in Berkley Springs, WA. Binding technique is also from Jane Frenke. Size 17 x 40 inches
Made by Linda George. I want to show my support for fighting breast and gynecological cancers. I hope my contribution will help women in their quest to stay well and get well and fight for a cure. Size 34 x 34 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Carol W. Carpenter. Breast cancer runs in my family and both my sister and I are breast cancer survivors. I am delighted to support Quilt For a Cause to raise money for research and assistance to women who battle breast and gynecological cancer. Size 15 x 60 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Carol Ann Waugh an internationally acclaimed quilt artist, teacher, author and quilt gallery owner. Thanks for all you do to raise money for helping women stay healthy and live longer. Size 26 x 26 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Masayo Morgan and quilted by Evelyn George. In memory of all our dear quilting friends who loved quilting together to use up our scraps and make something beautiful for a good cause. Size 30 x 39 inches. Available Qty: 1
Made by Ann Adams. This quilt is donated in honor of my cousin, Camille Raffa Dietz, who has been battling ovarian cancer for 3 years. Kaleidoscopes was started in a class by Paula Nadelstern. Size 47" x 46.5". Available Qty: 1
Donated by Vivian Streeter, made by Carol Carpenter and the Piecepatchers, quilted by Vivian Streeter. In Memory of those who lost the battle with cancer; in celebration with those who are survivors; and with hope for future cures! Size 46" x 52". Available Qty: 1
Made by Pam Ashbaugh - Dedicated to Dorothy Lee who did so much for me but lost her life to Pancreatic Cancer. Thank you for all your caring! Fabric donated by Dr. William Odette in memory of his wife Mary. Size 23 X 22.5. Available Qty: 1
Made by Rhonda Borders. Rhonda says, I do a lot of charity quilting projects, so I thought this one, in particular, would reach an appreciative audience where the skies are as blue as that in the quilt. Size 33" x 31".
Nancy Daisher and Friends - Cancer touches all of us in some way. Nancy and her friends made these quilts to support Quilt For A Cause. Her friends finished them for her. Please support all cancer victims by bidding on this quilt! Size 26.5" x 47".
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Made by Colleen Babcock. This quilt is donated in honor of my sister Kathy's more than 5 years as an ovarian cancer survivor. This Carpenter Wheel quilt is made in shades of greens and purples that give the wheel depth. Each of the center spokes is decorated with machine quilted feathers. The outer border is machine quilted with a continuous branch of pointed leaves. Size 48 by 48"
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