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Monday, April 30, 2012
Another from the Archives
This is a patchwork teen security blanket I made for my daughter in her pre-teen years many years ago. It is made using a technique of allowing the seams to show and get all raveled with each washing (rag quilt). I took each square and embroidered something from her life interests and experiences. The idea was to have a pre-emptive strike here by making her something as a pre-teen for her to hold onto during those inevitable moments of teenage angst.