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Why do I want to hang out with Andy Frisella?  First and foremost I want to shake your hand Andy and thank you for all that you and The MFCEO Crew have done for me personally and professionally.   The podcast has helped me to overcome some extreme adversity develop my MFCEO skills stay motivated and accomplish some major goals.   This is why I want to come hand out with Andy Frisella     A little more on West Wind Acres and why Andy Frisella rocks. Secondly Andy and I share some common…

Why do I want to hang out with Andy Frisella? First and foremost I want to shake your hand Andy and thank you for all that you and The MFCEO Crew have done for me personally and professionally. The podcast has helped me to overcome some extreme adversity develop my MFCEO skills stay motivated and accomplish some major goals. This is why I want to come hand out with Andy Frisella A little more on West Wind Acres and why Andy Frisella rocks. Secondly Andy and I share some common…

Why do I want to hang out with Andy Frisella?  First and foremost I want to shake your hand Andy and thank you for all that you and The MFCEO Crew have done for me personally and professionally.   The podcast has helped me to overcome some extreme adversity develop my MFCEO skills stay motivated and accomplish some major goals.   This is why I want to come hand out with Andy Frisella     A little more on West Wind Acres and why Andy Frisella rocks. Secondly Andy and I share some common…

Why do I want to hang out with Andy Frisella? First and foremost I want to shake your hand Andy and thank you for all that you and The MFCEO Crew have done for me personally and professionally. The podcast has helped me to overcome some extreme adversity develop my MFCEO skills stay motivated and accomplish some major goals. This is why I want to come hand out with Andy Frisella A little more on West Wind Acres and why Andy Frisella rocks. Secondly Andy and I share some common…

Ralli quilt, probably made in Cholistan, Punjab, Pakistan, circa 1975-2000, purchase made possible through James Foundation Acquisition Fund...

Ralli quilt, probably made in Cholistan, Punjab, Pakistan, circa 1975-2000, purchase made possible through James Foundation Acquisition Fund...

Ralli quilt, Chauhan People, Sindh, Pakistan, circa 1950-1980. A classic from Badin, Southern Sindh, this ralli’s striking white, black, red, and yellow color scheme in ornate appliqué is the hallmark of the work of the Muslim Chauhan quilters. Possibly a dowry quilt, this ralli also displays traditional use of mirrors and sequins.

Ralli quilt, Chauhan People, Sindh, Pakistan, circa 1950-1980. A classic from Badin, Southern Sindh, this ralli’s striking white, black, red, and yellow color scheme in ornate appliqué is the hallmark of the work of the Muslim Chauhan quilters. Possibly a dowry quilt, this ralli also displays traditional use of mirrors and sequins.

West Bengal Kantha, probably made in West Bengal, India, circa 1975-2000. A Hindu tradition for various celebrations is to make pictures on the ground using colored rice paste. In Bengal, these floor paintings are called alpana and have religious and ceremonial, as well as artistic, purposes. This kantha resembles the format and design of some alpanas. The center shape, a lotus flower mandala, symbolizes the spiritual core of the universe.

West Bengal Kantha, probably made in West Bengal, India, circa 1975-2000. A Hindu tradition for various celebrations is to make pictures on the ground using colored rice paste. In Bengal, these floor paintings are called alpana and have religious and ceremonial, as well as artistic, purposes. This kantha resembles the format and design of some alpanas. The center shape, a lotus flower mandala, symbolizes the spiritual core of the universe.

Ralli quilt, Saami People, probably made in Badin district, Sindh, Pakistan, circa 1970-1990, purchase made possible through James Foundation Acquisition Fund, 86.5 x 60 in.

Ralli quilt, Saami People, probably made in Badin district, Sindh, Pakistan, circa 1970-1990, purchase made possible through James Foundation Acquisition Fund, 86.5 x 60 in.

Godadi quilt, possibly made in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, circa 1950-2000, 94.75 x 75.5 in. Similar to a Western crazy quilt, this quilt was made from cut-up pieces of embroidered and embellished fabrics.

Godadi quilt, possibly made in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, circa 1950-2000, 94.75 x 75.5 in. Similar to a Western crazy quilt, this quilt was made from cut-up pieces of embroidered and embellished fabrics.

Dharki quilt, Mutwa People, made in Banni, Kutch, Gujarat, India, circa 1975-2000, 82 x 59 in.  Rabari are perhaps the best known tribe in Gujarat, but many other groups call this part of India home. One such group is the Mutwa (or Mutava), who are Muslims. This typical Mutwa quilt has a large central field with an embroidered medallion in the middle. Smaller, evenly spaced embroidered motifs, shisha work (tiny mirrors attached with embroidered stitches) and multiple multi-colored borders

Dharki quilt, Mutwa People, made in Banni, Kutch, Gujarat, India, circa 1975-2000, 82 x 59 in. Rabari are perhaps the best known tribe in Gujarat, but many other groups call this part of India home. One such group is the Mutwa (or Mutava), who are Muslims. This typical Mutwa quilt has a large central field with an embroidered medallion in the middle. Smaller, evenly spaced embroidered motifs, shisha work (tiny mirrors attached with embroidered stitches) and multiple multi-colored borders

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