What’s for dinner? Quilters cook up answer

“Sushi Surprise” by Nancy B. Dickey of Magnolia, Texas, is one of 24 place settings in a special art quilt exhibit titled “What’s for Dinner?” Dickey says she wanted to convey the sense of exploration she felt with her first sushi experience. Octopus tentacles reach into the plate, one holding chopsticks, to taste the Japanese delicacies.



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“Sushi Surprise” by Nancy B. Dickey of Magnolia, Texas, is one of 24 place settings in a special art quilt exhibit titled “What’s for Dinner?” Dickey says she wanted to convey the sense of exploration she felt with her first sushi experience. Octopus tentacles reach into the plate, one holding chopsticks, to taste the Japanese delicacies.

It’s not often that quilt designs stimulate our salivary glands. But that was the sensation the co-curators of a special exhibit titled “What’s for Dinner?” hoped to…




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