The ʻUlu, or breadfruit, tree with its bright "fruit" and distinct leaves was an important part of Hawaiian life. Not only was the fruit a staple in their diets, but the tree, leaves, and fruit were used for anything from surfboards to medicine. With its unmistakable leaf shape and round fruit, the ʻulu is a popular design for intricate contemporary Hawaiian quilts. The handmade quilt adds a beautiful accent to any island home.
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This design was inspired by the intricacy and craftsmanship of the Hawaiian chief's woven helmet,...
Based off of a molecular structure, the design of "Island Chain" is united and bonded....