The Price Was Right

June 2012
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine;Jun/Jul2012, Issue 428, p32
The article presents information on quilter Robyne Melia who sold her quilt Crazy Quilt with Grandmother's Fans for 70,000 Australian dollars. According to Melia, embroidery all over the patches rather than finishing one part spreaded her changing skills and ideas across the quilt. A crafts show attended by Melia in 1996 after finishing the quilt is also discussed.


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