Artist draws on Irish roots for rock-solid ‘stone’ quilts

“Polnabrone Dolmen” is fiber artist Denise Labadie’s version of a stone monument she saw in County Clare, Ireland. The quilt, measuring 63 inches by 32 inches, was one of two pieces she displayed in June at the second annual International Quilt Festival of Ireland in Galway, Ireland. Labadie, who lives near Boulder, says the actual dolmen is a short drive from Galway.



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“Polnabrone Dolmen” is fiber artist Denise Labadie’s version of a stone monument she saw in County Clare, Ireland. The quilt, measuring 63 inches by 32 inches, was one of two pieces she displayed in June at the second annual International Quilt Festival of Ireland in Galway, Ireland. Labadie, who lives near Boulder, says the actual dolmen is a short drive from Galway.

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