2168 - Kimono Doll

2168 - Kimono Doll
Kathy Wilhelmsen
Draper, UT   USA

Width: 9"   Length: 11.25"

Designer: From a pattern by Helen Ryan in the book "Favourite Quilts," ed. Sue Aiken, and used with the kind written permission of the publisher.

Materials/Techniques: This little kimono doll is paper-pieced from high-quality Asian-themed fabrics and is machine-quilted.

Kathy Wilhelmsen

Dedication: The kimono doll is surrounded by Asian symbols significant to both those who have Alzheimer's Disease and those who love them. The inner border of bamboo fabric symbolizes longevity, flexibility, strength, and grace. The outer border of cranes flying through darkness represents peace, long life, and "iyashi," Japanese for healing.

This quilt is displayed with Fast Finish Triangles.

This quilt earned $49.59 for the AAQI.