Quilting puts Israel on the map

This month, the Israeli Quilters Association celebrated 25 years since its founding.

By BATSHEVA POMERANTZ
September 18, 2017 17:50
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Dutch Tulips’ by IQA chairwoman Elsy Menko.. (photo credit: IQA)

 
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Israeli quilters are making a mark on the international quilting scene. This month, the Israeli Quilters Association celebrated 25 years since its founding.

“Israeli quilt makers are at the forefront of the field. Their works are displayed in international exhibitions,” says IQA chairwoman Elsy Menko.

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