My cousin recently wrote about the new trend of meditative coloring. I used to comb museum shops for coloring books that were aimed at an audience older than 10. Now I find floral designs on the magazine racks at Tractor Supply Company or the local gas station mini-mart… right next to “Hobbie Farm” and “Guns and Ammo”. I suspect that tatoo artists are moon-lighting to create the supply for the demand. A hundred years ago, folks did designs with clothe. Welcome to the patterns of quilts. At the annual Heritage Weekend in our county, the local quilters host a quilt show. I lean toward the old-fashioned, hand stitched quilts, myself. Take your pick.
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