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Dwellers of Krasnodar to Make a Patchwork Quilt for their City
10.02.2011 15:01
Dwellers of Krasnodar to Make a Patchwork Quilt for their City

For this purpose every interested dweller of Krasnodar is supposed to create a mini patchwork 4040 centimeters large.
      Later all these parts will be pieced together into one Yekaterinodarsky (old name of Krasnodar) Amulet Quilt. This is an initiative of the E.D.Felitsyn Historical and Archeological Museum Reserve.
      The huge patchwork blanket will be demonstrated to visitors on the traditional Nights of museums in the middle of May, 2011. The works can be brought to the Museum Reserve till April, 30th.
Author: Vera Ivanova


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