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Iris Frank
“I enjoyed Iris Frank’s article on the wall quilts featuring doors in the March 2012 issue of American Quilter. Of course I always wonder what is beyond the door… Here is a photo of my second open-door quilt. This one was created for the Gilda’s Club clubhouse located in Shorewood, a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin....
Doors open, close, and revolve for us throughout our lives. Doors often bring opportunities, joy, hope, laughter, and dreams. But they can also herald heartbreak and endings. It is difficult to see a door and not wonder what it holds for the person crossing the threshold. American Quilter contributing editor Iris Frank has gathered five...
[This article was written by American Quilter contributing editor Iris Frank of Santa Cruz, California.] Jennifer Marsh’s dreams are never small…actually, they are gargantuan in my book. When I heard about her current “dream” project of wrapping the 37-story tall Saturn V Rocket replica standing at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, with...
Perhaps you’ve noticed, as I have, how many doctors, nurses, therapists, and other medical and scientific professionals gravitate to the art of quilting for creative expression. When I first asked American Quilter contributing editor Iris Frank to write about the connection between quilting and medical professionals, I had no idea how intertwined these two disciplines...