Pacific International Quilt Festival 2014 – Repetition

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More from festival photos! Enjoy!

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An essential part of the quilting art form is repeating patterns.  There were some wonderful riffs on repetition and quilt blocks this year.

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  484 Luanne Chittenden – Not all that Modern 51″x42″

Matsuko Shiraishi - Miyabi 105"x88" Matsuko Shiraishi – Miyabi 105″x88″

Matsuko Shiraishi - Miyabi 105"x88" Detail Matsuko Shiraishi – Miyabi 105″x88″ Detail

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  485 Arleen R Kukua – Woven Forty Two 82″x82″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  486 Karen Litvinchuk – Silken Glow

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  488 Maren Johnston – Kapa Kai 1

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  487 Maren Johnston – Peru

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  489 Rasa Read – Sanmyaku 49″x19″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  494 Hazel Foot – In the Mughal’s Midnight Garden 84″x57″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  502 Caroline Wilkinson – Who Won in London 2012 46″X48″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  505 Ilana Rapoport – 3 Primary Colors and Shades 38″x48″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  500 Helen Pedersen – Up the Garden Path 59″x74″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  501 Teri L Cherne – Let’s Do the Dresden Twist 75″X75″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  504 Sheena J Norquay – Red Dot Metaphorphosis 39″x39″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  498 Petra Niermann – Rubikon 37″x54″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  497 Dianne Firth – Dry Schlerophyll Forest: Regrowth (top) and Fire (bottom) each 52″x26″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  496 Bernadette Mayr – Sommerwald 94″x79″

Piecedgoods PIQF 2014 Repeat  499 Jocelyn Thornton – Grandmother-sister’s…

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