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Stacked Bricks

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  • Handmade item
  • Craft: Quilting
  • Height: 33 Inches
  • Width: 60 Inches
  • Framing: Unframed
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From Sackets Harbor, NY


"Stacked Bricks" was handmade in 2005, exhibiting fine workmanship by textile artist Joan Peterson, in upstate New York. The item is a horizontal, quilted 60" by 33", wall hanging made of cotton fabric, with mixed patchwork colors and a paisley back. Handmade with love and care by homemaker Joan Peterson. All quilts and decor featured were acquired in an estate sale following her relocation.


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  • Joan Peterson, Adams, NY
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  • Joan Peterson, Adams, NY

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