One of a kind.
As news of fires in California, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado continued, I felt the power and loss associated with these events. I find the power and emotion of African batik fabrics can express my feelings rather well.
Fire and passion can rain down leaving the ash. There are small side borders of green which could be wildlife fleeing the fire. The strip of sea turtles along the lower edge also honors the animals whose habitat has been damaged inexorably. (Probably not sea turtles, exactly, but they represent old and at-risk wildlife in today’s world)
This quilt features hand-batik fabric from Ananse Village, California, a community of African artisans. The two ragged edges indicate the damaged lands, but there are still two sides unscathed.
Approx 56" wide x 55" long
No returns and refunds.
Dancing Spirit Quilts, tops, backing, and batting, and are 100% cotton. Wash in warm water with a gentle detergent; they are dryer safe. Note: Quilts that are finished with or include a ragged edge may continue to "lint-out' during the next one or two washings, but will stabilize after that.