Yarncraft

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Lately I’ve been hanging out with a friend who is really into crop circles. So today I was thinking about crop circles, and then my mind went back to crafts, and then back to crop circles … And I made a delightful discovery – this sweet crop circle quilt, made by Jaime Kuli McIntosh (Georgetown, KY) of Twisted Textiles. She documents her process on Craftster. I love the quilt squares in various shades of gray. This is not the bed covering of choice for those in fear of alien encounters. Who knows what that pattern communicates?

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