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Thread: A River Runs Through It

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    These are pictures from our local challenge "A River Runs Through It" displayed at Quilt Extravaganza in Berea Kentucky August 5 and 6 2011. Our group had seen an exhibit with this theme and liked it so well we wanted to do our own. We added seasons to our river. Each quilter chose a season for their quilt and then drew measurements for the left and right side of the quilt. The quilts were to be 18" wide and straight with no borders or bindings so the rivers would match. The height could vary from 14" to 24" and did not need to be straight.
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    What a fantastic idea, I love it.

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    Beautiful quilts,wish I could have gone to the extravaganza.

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    We have started planning Quilt Extravaganza 2012. It will be August 3 and 4, 2012 in Berea Kentucky. Pictures of this year's event will be posted to www.bereaARTScouncil.org sometime this week. That is also where you will find information about next year's event beginning February or March of 2012. Mark your calendar's and plan to come. We had a really, really great show this year and plan for a better one next year.

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    Awesome, so much talent. :shock: Love the snow seen. It could be because it so hot here in Georgia. :wink:

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    What a wonderful project and some beautiful quilts.

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    wonderful. A four season for you home would be stunning. mmmmmidea.

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    wonderful; thanks for sharing maureen

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    that is so neat..and very beautiful quilts

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    That is a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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