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Peace Cranes Over Hiroshima-Taught by National Educator Dana Jones

 Dana Jones designed and made “Peace Cranes Over Hiroshima” after a visit to the peace park that is at the epicenter of the World War II atomic bombing site in Hiroshima, Japan. This foundation-pieced quilt is based on an Origami folded peace-crane image from the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Experience with foundation piecing (machine paper piecing) is needed for success making this quilt.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: Experience with paper piecing is needed
Instructor: Dana Jones
Instructor Bio: Quiltmaker, designer and instructor Dana E. Jones comes to Everyday Quilting in Urbana, Illinois, from teaching at International Quilt Festival in Houston last fall. She will teach three classes and present a lecture at the shop. Dana, a former editor of Quilters Newsletter magazine is author of Pagtinabangay: The Quilts and Quiltmakers of Caohagan Island, which shares the story of quiltmaking on a 13- acre island in the central Philippines. She will share this story during a 10 a.m. trunk show Tuesday, March 21. Dana is also a former editor of the Studio Art Quilt Associates Journal. She has had articles and/or pattern and block designs published in numerous quilt magazines. Dana, a graduate of the University of Illinois with a journalism major and home economics minor, spoke and taught at 2022 American Quilter?s Society shows in Daytona Beach and Grand Rapids. She is a regular teacher at Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum and quilt shops across Colorado, and has spoken and taught at quilt guilds and shops in Colorado, Texas, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, New York, North Carolina, Washington and Kansas. Dana offers open enrollment classes via Zoom. The most popular are ?Demystifying Design for Foundation Piecing? and ?Peace Cranes Over Hiroshima,? two of the three classes she will teach at Everyday Quilting. Dana?s quilts have been exhibited at Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum and as part of the 2018 American Quilt Study Group traveling exhibition. Dana will teach the following classes at Everyday Quilting: ? ?Demystifying Design for Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP)?: 1-4 pm. Saturdays, March 18 and 25; ? ?Circle of Friends?: 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, March 21; and ? ?Peace Cranes Over Hiroshima?: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, March 23. She lives at 9,200 feet in the Rocky Mountains in Gilpin County, Colorado, northwest of Denver. For information, see
includes designer pattern in 2 sizes, printed foundation paper and fabric for the top and binding

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