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March 25, 2011

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Jackie

Thank you for sharing these wonderful beauties! I so wish I could get there and I live pretty close, but won't be able to do so. Therefore, I have to live vicariously through quilting bloggers who do get there.

Wendy

Wow it looks amazing!! Thank you so much for sharing, I can't imagine the impact of actually seeing the display in person!

Mary on Lake Pulaski

So exiting Terry that you went to this fabulous exhibit! Thanks for sharing with those of us still stuck in the snow in Minnesota!

Susan

Thank You Terry Ann for your comments on the Red and White. I have read many blurbs about this exhibit and each one adds some new tid bit of information..... and your post was no exception.

kim

Cool that you and Kirk got to go to this show...I would love to...but at least got to see your pictures.

TxGirl

Thanks for sharing Terry ! I'd love to see this but can't make the trip. I love 2 color quilts, what an amazing exhibit ...

Beth

Wow, these are spectacular photos and the quilts are beautiful! Must have been a great trip!

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Circle is the symbol of universe, the symbol of balance, infinity, integrity and unity. Great post, great pictures and gorgeous quilts.

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Wow! What a beautiful display!

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Thank you so much for sharing, I can't imagine the impact of actually seeing the display in person

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Wow!

Cheryl

What a wonderful exhibit!! How exciting you got to go and see it in person.

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