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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.

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.
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Buying bundles of small cuts of fabric makes it easy to coordinate a pieced project without stress, but for quilters who might not know what to do with these little squares, Peta Peace offers fourteen fun projects suitable for beginners, in her book A Piece of Cake: Sweet and Simple Quilts from Layer Cake Squares.
Takamori wanted to include American quilters, so she naturally contacted Cutsogeorge, who helped round up the 26 Americans who participated in the project.
The Cozy Quilters are well known throughout South Alabama not only for their beautiful creations but also their charitable and community service activities.
As rhetorical artefacts, Australian magazines for quilters share similarities in form, content and style that enable them to be recognised as a genre by their producers and readers (Williamson, 2010b: 128-61).
We all decided to expand our talent and started Imperial Quilters in 2004 and now have a strong membership with monthly meetings.
Known as the Toy Town Quilters, the women have met in a variety of places over the years, including local shops and each other's homes.
The quilts we have on display are all for sale and a lot of people are very eager to purchase them and support the Tutwiler Quilters and what they are doing.
Among the guild's charitable contributions was a program to send more than 50 quilts to fellow quilters in Houston, who distributed them to children displaced by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
I don't know whether you are a medical technologist but I find it interesting to encounter quilters among medical technologists.
I am writing to respond to Thelma Golden on behalf of the fifty-four quilters of Gee's Bend, Alabama.
Quilters will enjoy sharing their love of the needlecraft with the youngest generation through this story.
Margaret Parry Jones, secretary of the Glamorgan Quilters, said Jean, of Porthcawl, had been a founder member of the guild.