Quilt


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What does it mean when you dream about a quilt?

A patchwork quilt may indicate the many parts of the dreamer’s life that have been pieced together and stitched into a cover or skin to provide protection and warmth for body and soul.

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Quilt

(dreams)
It is usually something warm and pretty that we cover ourselves with for comfort. The different parts of a quilt may represent the harmonious coexistence of many aspects of your life. Your unconscious may be comforting you in this dream by saying, “You are doing a good job. Keep going!” If you lack comfort and harmony then this dream may be compensatory and providing you with that which you need more of in daily life.
Bedside Dream Dictionary by Silvana Amar Copyright © 2007 by Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
While each quilt is special and is sent with respect and love, sometimes a certain quilt strikes a special chord with an individual.
I'd hear myself say, "Oh, no," as I'd come to another "Story of A Quilt" and feel overcome with emotion again and again.
She first made a quilt, with a football theme, for her son many years ago, and hadn't quilted since.
This quilt was a remake of a quilt I made for my daughter when she was little.
Every year they produce a quilt for a charity raffle.
According to Quilt makers, they become busy in stitching quilts from morning till midnight due to considerably increased demand.
Software is helpful for planning the layout; if you don't have software, print several templates of the chosen quilt designs and place designs accordingly.
When Trish Bowman makes a memory quilt, the focus is on a time, a place, a person or an activity.
Quilt is an additional item besides their regular products of pillow and mattress, said a quilt maker at local market.
Isabelle, who was a regular diarist, wrote, "Daddy sewed on quilt," or, "Ernest sewing," or variations of the same hundreds of times in her quotidian writings.