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swerve

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swerve, originally uploaded by wordnerd411.

Made in Mesa.

Inspired by the John Willis workshop I took in Kingston in 1999.

And that I had read a rule about how no more than 7% of a quilt should be yellow.

Hello! Rules were made to be broken and I hope I stomped on that one.

If you look at some of my other quilts they have no yellow at all, so my overall percentage of yellow is probably below 7 percent.

The black and white fabric in the middle 4 patch has black cats on it.

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Fibre artist/writer/editor in the Hawaii of Canada, a.k.a Vancouver Island

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