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NOVEMBER 2020 START
12 MONTH PROGRAM
Jerry Stube of Jerry Stube Designs has released her new BOM Sunrise on the Beach, with Island Batik’s new Tickled Pink line. Jerry has designed this with the beginner to intermediate quilter in mind and she offers her Facebook Group to demo blocks, answer questions, and share your progress! Imagine your toes in the sand as Jerry describes her quilt best in her own words:
“The inspiration for this BOM came from a walk on the beach near my home at sunrise. The colors of the sand as the sun began to sneak across them was so warm and inviting. The blues of the ocean, all shades of turquoise with bits of green and the sky in all shades of pink to orange were just breathtaking. I knew these just had to go into a quilt and Tickled Pink was just that line of fabric.
The sand dollars are a favorite of mine, if I find one not broken I am always thrilled. I love the legend of the sand dollar. The legend says these creatures says they represent the story of Christ: On the top of the shell is a symbol that looks like a star, a reminder of the Star of Bethlehem that led wise men to the Christ Child. Around the star is an outline of an Easter lily, a reminder of the Lord’s resurrection. There are five holes in a sand dollar – four around the ends of the star and one in the center. According to the religious legend, the four holes represent the four wounds of Christ when his hands and feet were nailed to the cross. The center hole represents the wound made from a soldier’s spear. When you turn over the sand dollar, you see the outline of a poinsettia, the Christmas flower. And if you break open a sand dollar, five dove-shaped pieces emerge. Doves are often used in art and literature as a symbol of peace and goodwill.
My hope is that as you make your Sunrise On The Beach quilt, you will enjoy the colors of the beach and the legend of the Sand Dollar.” Jerry
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Quilt Measures 63”X 83”
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