Crater Lake NP Centennial Quilt

The Crater Lake Centennial Quilt was made for the anniversary of the park by park employees and friends of Crater Lake National Park. Each square depicted as aspect of the park, from critters to the schools for the park employees children. It was traditionally quilted using fabric, and also made with photo-images on fabric and quite a lot of embroidery. Designs were both traditional and modern.

The Centennial Quilt visited many parks on a year-long tour.

After touring, the quilt had several stains and a few tears.
MPF Conservation cleaned and repaired the quilt before it went on permanent display.

Below, the squares after treatment.

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