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Earline Green’s clay quilts
in the Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Library in Dallas,
As a child, Earline Green
Earline Green with her Paragon Dragon
made hand-stitched quilts with her grand-
front-loading kiln. This kiln is becoming a
mother Mama Freddie. Earline spent more
favorite with teachers. It is easy to load
time quilting with the older ladies than she did and easy on the back.
playing with children her own age. Her early
experiences with the lively quilters taught her a at a time. I expected and re-
life-long love of artwork. ceived excellent results with
Earline’s other grandmother, Mama Gin- each firing.”
ger, taught her advanced quilting patterns. If you need a kiln that is
Later this influenced the design of Earline’s easy on the back, consider
stoneware quilt tile mosaics displayed in the the Paragon Dragon. Con-
Paul Laurence Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Li- tact us today for more infor-
brary in Dallas, Texas. For that project, mationonthisexcitingkiln.
Earline fired 284 white stoneware tiles—all in
her faithful Paragon Dragon.
“The Dragon's design and controls are perfect for firing large flat pieces,” said Earline. Better
“The digital programming controls provide a Designed
consistent firing environment that eliminated Kilns
cracks and warpage in this project.
“During tile production, I fired my Dragon
two or three times a week for four to six weeks
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