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Large Hawaiian Quilt Pattern - Ulu o Moku o Keawe

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Hawaiians have always had material for bedding and clothes made from the pounded bark of the paper mulberry plant.  The material was often adorned with distinctive kapa designs. It wasn't until after 1778 that the use of stitchery is documented.  In 1809 the Christian missionaries brought stitching and quilting techniques to the islands. The Hawaiians used their own designs and quilting techniques that are still in use today. Their ideas came from nature. This design represents breadfruit and the lehua flowers of Hawaiʻi Island.

Final quilt size: 42" x 42".
Made in Hawaiʻi by Apapane Designs