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This bright and cheerful print by quilt artist Keiko Goke looks like the squares were carefully colored in with crayons.
It is called "Three Squares" because the fabric is printed in three sections of squares & rectangles in different sizes across the width. So one section is small squares, the second section is rectangles, and the third section is large squares.
Posted at 09:55 AM in Favorite Fabrics | Permalink