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"I set personal goals for myself that keep stretching beyond what I've done in the past. I always keep open to new insights as I work and ask myself, 'what if?'

I don't very often have my quilts planned from start to finish. Many times I end up interjecting elements found around me in nature. I love to put little animals, birds, or insects on my quilts. Ultimately, I quilt to please myself. I love owning beautiful, well-made things."

-Bonnie Keller

Details

  • Title: Organic Garden
  • Creator: Bonnie Keller
  • Date Created: 2006
  • Physical Location: Collection of The National Quilt Museum
  • Location Created: Chehalis, Washington, USA
  • Physical Dimensions: 86 1/2" x 86 1/2"
  • External Link: The National Quilt Museum
  • Medium: Fabric
  • Techniques Used: Hand appliquéd, machine pieced, hand quilted
  • Materials Used: Cottons, silk and cotton threads, Ultrasuede© embroidery floss, Pigma© pens, acrylic yarn, Tsukineko© ink
  • Accession Number: 2007.08.01

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