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Nicole Dunn has been interested in sewing, fabric and color since she was a child. She remembers making everything from Barbie doll clothes and “blankies” to her own bags, clothes, pillows and other items, with her mother’s help.
One of her earliest memories is of a quilt that her mother made for her bed using hexagons, one of her mother’s own designs.
“I ‘helped’ her thread her needles for quilting and played many hours next to her while she quilted it by hand,” Dunn said. “Art is such a never-ending learning process and every day I discover something new and fascinating. My greatest inspiration is the natural world around me. I love traveling, taking photographs and fabric. The colors of Northern New Mexico are incredible and I never tire of seeing the beautiful scenery. I am also inspired daily by the quilts my customers entrust me with to finish for them.”
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