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You don’t need to be a quilter to enjoy a visit to the International Quilt Festival. The quilts on display are full of incredibly craftsmanship that shows the talent of these artists. Here are some close-ups of the fine details for your viewing pleasure.

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Pinwheel Evolution (YoYo9) – Helen Remick

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Letting Go – Eileen Lauterborn

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Friendlily Blossoming – Cynthia Neville

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Kindergarten – Takado Nagasawa

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Bali Hai – Marilyn Badger

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Feathered Azure – Judith Thompson

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New York City Lights – Ellen Yamaguchi

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The Big Easy Celebrates Mardi Gras – Jaynette Huff

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    Nov 16, 2011, 01.20 PMby GeraldineRead

    These are so amazing! So inspiring what people can do with fabric!

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    Nov 12, 2011, 03.05 AMby rochelle49

    I have seen a video of two of the winning quilts. They are amazing! One used gold thread to cover a black material and leave a line size figure repeatedly around the border! The other appliqued green coils and tendrils. The work is enormous! The plans and executions magnificent! I want to go next year to Huston.

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