Joan H Riley
Salem, OR USA
Width: 8.5" Length: 11"
Materials/Techniques: Inkjet printable cotton, quilter’s cotton, hand dyed and painted fabrics, fusible web, polyester batting, and cotton backing. The photo of granddad's farmhouse taken in 1953, was enhanced with Photoshop Elements and then embellished with assorted paints and ink. Machine quilted with polyester threads.
Artist Statement: I make the Priority Quilts because of the devastating effect Alzheimer's is having on my family and so many other families. The AAQI allows me to contribute towards finding a cure.
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Dedication: My sisters and I spent many happy vacations visiting southern Indiana with our family. We loved spending time in the shade of the Black Walnut tree. The farmhouse was very small, basically three rooms, where nine children were raised. The quilt is dedicated to my sister, Rosalie, her husband Art, who remains at her side, and all her other caregivers.
This quilt has Fast Finish Triangles.
This quilt earned $60 for the AAQI.