Large Community Story Quilts and other Art Quilts
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As both the designer and project coordinator for major quilt installations, Rosefsky has transferred the process of paper cutouts to cutting shapes of fabrics for quilt appliqué. The larger community quilt projects take a year or more to complete, from the initial sketches and research, to the sewing by community volunteers. The spirit of camaraderie among all the sewers is an additional benefit to creating these community heirlooms.
"Jewish Celebrations" - The William Breman Jewish Home;
Atlanta, GA; 2000
"Yom Ha'atzmaut: Israel Independence Day" - The Breman Museum; Atlanta - GA; 1998
"Shelter Us Beneath Thy Wings" - The Jewish Family & Career Services; Atlanta, GA - 1997
"Threads of Tradition" - The Jewish Community Center of Binghamton; Vestal, NY - 1989
"Ties that Bind: A Tribute to William "Bill" Breman; The William Breman Jewish Home; Atlanta, GA 2001
"Handkerchiefs for a Jewish Wedding: To Celebrate. To Remember" - The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum - Atlanta, GA. Quilt created in 1999 as part of the national "Six Million Stitches" project.
All Artwork is copyrighted and may not be reproduced without permission.
FLORAGE ® is a registered trademark identifying artwork executed by Flora Rosefsky