Baltimore Bouquets

My first year-long class in 1990 had 75 students in five sessions. It was a challenge and a fabulous experience! At the end of the year, we divided into 8 groups and used our extra fabrics to create small quilts, published as Baltimore Bouquets. Each quilt represents the fabrics chosen by students for their quilts. Although Baltimore quilts are traditionally red and green, I encourage my students to use fabrics and designs they love. Today’s quilt is made with fabrics from my quilt. In the next few days you will see some wonderful creative versions.

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