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Saturday, November 25, 2006


An abundance of colorful quilts

From the Bismark Tribune: Della Koski learned about quilting by watching her mother, but during most of her years as a busy farm wife in the Wing area, she herself had no time to quilt.

But in the years since, she's made up for lost quilting time in a spectacular way.

"I always knew I was going to do this," she said. "When the time came, I was ready."

Her mother had the reputation in the area of making a blanket for every newborn baby in the area, and Koski became the graduation quilter: Since 1985, she's made 506 graduation quilts, she said.

But her current project is the largest single one she's tackled - running 21/2 years.

Read the full article in the Bismark Tribune.

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