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Raggedy Sun Worshippers

Jane Blair1996

The National Quilt Museum

The National Quilt Museum
Paducah, United States

“For me, flowers mean summertime, and sunflowers are the epitome of summer. My daughter lives near a field of sunflowers and as I watched this field one year, I marveled at the ragged, disheveled look of these beautiful flowers as they progressed through their life cycle. In this quilt I tried to depict that stage at which time their heads hang and their leaves curl.”

Details

  • Title: Raggedy Sun Worshippers
  • Creator: Jane Blair
  • Date Created: 1996
  • Physical Dimensions: 48" x 64"
  • Subject Keywords: Quilt, Fiber Art, Textile Art, Fabric Art
  • Type: Quilt
  • External Link: The National Quilt Museum
  • Medium: Fabric
  • Techniques Used: Hand appliquéd, hand pieced, machine pieced, hand quilted
  • Materials Used: Cottons, cotton/polyesters

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