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Designer Notes

What is your favorite design theme, motif, block, etc.?

Patricia Sanabria-Friederich

It is very hard to pick one thing or theme that inspires my designs. You will always see influences from nature, such as sunflowers, coneflowers, daisies, black-eyed Susans. I also love to utilize pomegranates and cherry leaves of any shape. I am always taking pictures of old homes and barns as well, and you will see them show

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