16 in HIGH x 16 in WIDE
(40.64 cm HIGH x 40.64 cm WIDE)
Fabrications 2000 Prize Winner

"Fabrications 2000," Oakland Museum of California, April 8 - June 11, 2000.

This quilt block was entered in the School Quilt Block Competition for students in grades K-12 in Alameda County; the deadline was March 17, 2000. This winning piece was exhibited in "Fabrications 2000" held in the Oakland Museum of California Education Hall Galllery, April 8 - June 11, 2000. This was a third prize winner for grades K-5, made at Markham School, Oakland, by 5th grade students under the direction of teacher, Judi Miller. The block features two appliqued hands (one with pencil markings behind it reading "Raffinee") and nine buttons stitched on over nine pieces of solid ivory colored fabric. The students who made the block are: Chris Fergason, Luis Gallegos, Moneesha McCulloch, Raffinee Sandidge, Janaye Taylor, Carolyn Tem, Trang Tran and Deandre Williams.

Used: Fabrications 2000 | Contest | Oakland Museum of California ~ exhibition

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