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Crazy Quilts: History - Techniques - Embroidery Motifs

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2014

    Beautiful and informative, a must for a quilt library

    I have many books on crazy quilts, but still wanted this one, very inspirational.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2013

    Wher are u guys at?

    Wheres horseclan at?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2013

    Skyleaf

    "You made it so dramatic!" :3 "But good job!"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2013

    Thunderheart

    You know what sucks... l have to wait till like the end...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2013

    Rivershade

    I can't wait till I comw in. It will be difficult though. Arp

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2013

    Wolfsun

    Very good braveheart.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2013

    The Clan of the Free

    The Clan of the Free: The History of HorseClan
    Written by Braveheart

    Preface:
    Darkness had fallen over the empty fields, and the clouds blotted out the stars, casting shadows across the land. A harsh wind whipped through the grass, pulling and tugging on the pale yellow blades, and rustling the leaves of the few trees that were scattered here and there.
    Alone on this empty field stood two cats, barely visable in the darkness, but for their glowing eyes.
    One was a pale sunny yellow shecat, with faint tabby stripes that raced across her back. Her fluffy chest was white, and her eyes were a bright amber, though dulled by grief. Around her neck was a blue opal necklace carved in the shape of a horse, glittering dimly in the night.
    The second was a light gray tabby shecat, with icy blue eyes that seemed to pierce the darkness and drive it away with their fiery light. She too had a similar necklace, a blue fire opal one carved into a wolf.
    Both shecats remained quiet, staring up at the clouded sky, not speaking a word to each other, until the pale yellow shecat broke the silence.
    "HorseClan has fallen, hasn't it?" she meowed, her voice masked with grief, not looking at her companion. It wasn't really a question, but a statement.
    The light gray tabby looked at the other in suprise, her icy eyes narrowing. "How can you say that, Sunnystar? HorseClan WILL survive, no matter the hardship!" she meowed, her quiet voice raising.
    Sunnystar sighed and hung her head. "We've lost so many cats, Lilywolf. How can the Clan survive without warriors, and a medicane cat? And..." she trailed off, a single tear falling from her amber eyes.
    Lilywolf rested her long gray tail on the yellow shecat's shoulder, turning her icy gaze down. "I know you grieve for Pinefall, but... Clan life goes on. There are other options, you know..." she said, not looking Sunnystar in the eye.
    "What do you mean by that?" the HorseClan leader meowed anxiously, not looking up.
    "There are plenty of rouges, loners, and kittypets that would be willing to join..." Lilywolf meowed, sounding uncertain. "We could ask then..."
    "It might work," Sunnystar said with a shrug.
    "I'm glad you agree," the light gray tabby purred. "Could I start now, if allowed?"
    "Wait a minute, Lilywolf. I have a question for you," the pale yellow shecat meowed.
    "Yes?" Lilywolf asked cautiously.
    "What would you say to becoming the new deputy of HorseClan?" Sunnystar asked.
    "Why, I... I'm... you really mean in?"
    "Of course I do!"
    "Then I accept."
    "Thank you, Lilywolf. I'll hold the ceremony when you return."
    "Thank you Sunnystar."
    And with that, the light gray tabby shecat dashed off into the night, set on fufilling her duty and rebuilding HorseClan... with the help of loners. Sunnystar remained on the lonely hill, gazing up at the dark sky.
    A single star suddenly appeared, and the pale tabby looked away. Another Clanmate, gone to join StarClan no doubt.
    "How will we ever survive?" Sunnystar whispered.
    The star glittered coldly above, and there came no reply.

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