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Salt Lake Temple Applique Block of Month


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The Salt Lake Temple, done in cotton fabric and wool with needle-turn applique and embellishments, is the ninth block of our "Forever Bound" LDS Museum Quilt, and the last of the main applique blocks. The temple is central to faith, purity, and eternity. The olive branch symbolizes peace, forgiveness and the olive press. Both the blossoms and the fruit are present for faith in every season. The sego lily is also a symbol of peace and the state of Utah. Love birds for eternal marriage, the rose for the Isaiah prophecy, "the desert shall blossom as the rose." This quilt was featured as "His Works- My Blessings" in the 2012 LDS International Art Competition and the March 2013 issue of The Ensign. The block finishes to about 17″ and will be one of 9 applique blocks, 4 tree of life blocks, pieced setting triangles, and borders that make up the entire quilt. It can also be used as a pillow top, if desired. The full pattern is being released on a block-of-the-month basis, so you can create your own museum piece. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY general applique applique with wool embroidery quilting hand applique machine applique needle-turn applique SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 17"x17"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 fat quarter of medium/light aqua blue fabric
  • Various cotton fabric in light blue, greens, golden yellow, white, reds, gray, and beige
  • Gold metallic fabric

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The Cloth Parcel
The Cloth Parcel
The Cloth Parcel is run by Diane and Audrey, a mother-daughter creative team with combined decades of experience in sewing, quilting, and design. Diane made herself a jumper in the 4th grade and countless things thereafter. Earning a Communications BA for practicality, she took clothing courses for fun. She has finished over 70 quilts in the last 13 years, including a finalist for the 2011 International LDS Church Art Competition. Audrey has a BS in Interior and Business Design and is currently the queen of the roost at home. Lover of all things art and design, she is always trying something new and finding a new way to create.