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Thread: What do you see in this quilt?

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    Super Member burchquilts's Avatar
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    First of all, welcome aboard a very fun board! As for your quilt, I have next to no imagination... it looks like "nature" to me. But I LOVE IT! It could also look like stained glass. But, whatever it's "supposed" to be, it's fabulous!
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    I see Bamboo

    Lovely quilt! Even if my vision is different - but that is what makes art so wonderful.
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    Plants, sprouts, nature, yes! Reeds, sugarcane fields, yes!
    Bamboo. Bingo!

    I have in mind a bamboo forest. All different shades of green. The horizontal represents the glimpse of sky and earth through tha gaps of the bamboo. The bottom is a mulch of pebbles and fallen leaves.

    Thanks so much everyone for your encouraging words!!!
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    Hm, first thing that comes to my mind is the Everglades, or a rain forest. Maybe even books (horticulture, of course :-)

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    I see the forest from the trees... I really like what you did.

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    Welcome! Glad to have you? Hmmm what do I see, something that would look great in my home? LOL I see small trees (I call them treelings). Or a bookshelf with books bound in greens and browns. I love it no matter what it is.

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    Welcome from Ohio! Your quilt is beautiful! Very organic!
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    It reminds me of bamboo. Whatever you had in mind, it is a beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing.
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    Hmmm. I see quilts on clotheslines made with pulleys, in a jungle of bamboo.

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    I think of bolts of fabric on a shelf! It's gorgeous! I love it! Now my curiousity is up though, what was the image in your mind?
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