or does Color Matter – Traditionally it was always a dark color on a white or light background. Then with availability of more colors and fabrics the colors of quilts became more bright and vibrant. Today we use printed fabrics and batiks. Whatever the color choices are it never changes the patterns/designs their stories and traditions.
You all look the same. Beautiful
Thank you to the sisters of my heart, Yoshimi, Suzie, “Pineapple” Keiko, Mitsue, Takako who worked so hard organizing the quilt show and our trip.It was a beautiful and amazing exhibit. Thank you to more sisters of my heart, Mie and Hana Yoko for taking care of John, the massages eased the pain. The Nakayama’s – Hana, Kathi and Erica, our family away from home. You are the best. We had an amazing time and miss all of you. Also thank you to more sisters of my heart all 22 teachers who participated and especially their students who came to help, learn and admire. Through you the Poakalani tradition will continue. Also, Thank you Kimi and Nobuko who came from Osaka and Nagoya only for 1 day to see and assist John both of you eased John’s worry and soul. To everyone we have no words to express our gratitude. We are humbled by your friendship.
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Featuring the many designs of John Serrao.
It was an amazing show. 63 quilts in which 22 were new wall hangings and 1 large size quilt at their first showing. We are happy that the tradition of Hawaiian quilting will continue with these 22 quilting teachers in Japan. I hope to post more of these awesome quilts soon.
Designed and Quilted by Pat,
Another masterpiece using the Hawaiian Method of Reverse Applique. A secret because today is the first day we saw it. I’m loving this.
After several weeks of delay Kay was finally able to layout her full size quilt. Designed in honor of her mom Leilani. So do you like it plain or with the flowers blooming in their vibrant colors?
Another beautiful quilt by Pat… An amazing quilter and designer.