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Math + Art = Sexy!
I did this quilt for a project in art history! Women in the arts. (So of course we had to do quilt projects. Something doesn't seem quite right about that...)

It's a foundation pieced log cabin in the fibonacci number pattern. I did it to show how ludicrous the myth of the underground rail road quilt code is. My English teacher from highschool, a good friend and quilter, helped me and I am forever grateful to her!

Right now it's on my bed, and it's covered in cat hair. My cat just loves it. I do to. But how can you not love something that size that you conceptualized and completed in 14 days. @_@ I was finishing it the day of my class!

I bought nice fabric, so it was fairly pricy, and there isn't a '14 days' button on the clock. Seemed much, much longer. But, pulling multiple all nighters will do that to a person.

Posted by Violinagin D. from United States • Published See Violinagin D.'s 9 projects »
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · Edinburgh, GB · 721 projects

Really awesome, well done for having the patience.

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Tracey M.
Tracey M. · Darlington, England, United Kingdom · 6 projects

Wow, as a quilter, this is amazing, and completed in 14 days.... well done :D

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