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  • Rebecca Sham


An Inukshuk in the shape of a person signifies safety, hope and friendship. These stone sculptures were also important for navigation, as a point of reference, as a marker for hunting grounds, or to denote a food cache. I made this wall hanging when I was in a workshop with Jennifer Houlden in October. I learned new techniques such as free motion zigzag/satin stitch, pieced binding to finish off the quilt, creating your own fabric with a variety of fabrics using a fusible stabilizer.


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Ginkgo spirit

My son purchased a stunning piece of fabric from Japan featuring elegant ginkgo leaves. These leaves are not only visually captivating but also stand as powerful symbols of hope, strength, and resilie


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