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German Musical Quilt


Well, it took a lot of stitching--but I finished Klaus's quilt while in Germany. I really wanted to stitch each key down which would have looked awesome, but I just didn't have the time. Instead I quilted the instruments, the white keys, and the bass and treble clefs.


I really like the look of that gold border--and it matched Klaus's living room which was a plus. I didn't know what his living room looked like. He really liked it and plans to hang it there.

Klaus is the second singer from the left and sings tenor for at least two symphony choirs.  Klaus played a special morning concert just for us. It was exquisite. He played a long piece from Mozart. We had such a great visit with him in his flat in Germany and I was so glad to get to make something that would be a meaningful gift to him.
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