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Jane Cochran explains: "In my unending desire to push the use of the glove in my quilts, I liked the way two gloves could form a cross shape.  I had started all these 'squares' and just embellished on them off and on for the past couple of years. I had eight but made two into smaller quilts I called For Mother.  I took the remaining six and combined them into one quilt to remember the wonderful grandmothers and great aunts, and my mother who had a great impact on me and left me with wonderful memories.  In the last year I lost my mother-in- law at 98 and my favorite cousin at 91.  Now I really am the only one left except for a few cousins but no one from the generation before me. This quilt is not meant to be sad, just sentimental and a tribute." 

$10,000

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Toward Barred Island by Gayle Fraas and Duncan Slade (detail)

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Toward Barred Island by Gayle Fraas and Duncan Slade (detail)


Bottom left and right: Toward Barred Island (detail) by Gayle Fraas and Duncan Slade