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缝制拼布
 
'Square 02316 of the AIDS Quilt.'
取自爱滋病纪念拼布
(
AIDS Memorial Quilt)

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拼布保存回忆

拼布常是用来纪念人或事件史上最大的拼布就是著名的爱滋病纪念拼布 (AIDS Memorial Quilt) 1987年时,有一小群人决定要制做一条拼布来纪念死于爱滋病的朋友及钟爱之人每个方块都代表一个人十一年后,已经缝制了超过41,000块方块爱滋病纪念拼布实在是太大了,以致于无法完整展示在世人面前,因此,它被拆开来并分别悬挂在世界各地的学校、图书馆和公共场所。


Quilts are often created to remember people or events. One famous quilt is the AIDS Memorial Quilt, the largest quilt ever made. In 1987, a small group of people decided to make a quilt to remember their friends and loved ones who had died of AIDS. Each square represents one person. Eleven years later, more than 41,000 panels had been made. The AIDS quilt is so large that it can no longer be shown together in one piece, so parts of the quilt are displayed in schools, libraries, and public places around the world.
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縫製拼布
 
'Square 02316 of the AIDS Quilt.'
取自愛滋病紀念拼布
(
AIDS Memorial Quilt)

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拼布保存回憶

拼布常是用來紀念人或事件史上最大的拼布就是著名的愛滋病紀念拼布 (AIDS Memorial Quilt) 1987年時,有一小群人決定要製做一條拼布來紀念死于愛滋病的朋友及鍾愛之人每個方塊都代表一個人十一年后,已經縫製了超過41,000塊方塊愛滋病紀念拼布實在是太大了,以致于無法完整展示在世人面前,因此,它被拆開來並分別懸掛在世界各地的學校、圖書館和公共場所。


Quilts are often created to remember people or events. One famous quilt is the AIDS Memorial Quilt, the largest quilt ever made. In 1987, a small group of people decided to make a quilt to remember their friends and loved ones who had died of AIDS. Each square represents one person. Eleven years later, more than 41,000 panels had been made. The AIDS quilt is so large that it can no longer be shown together in one piece, so parts of the quilt are displayed in schools, libraries, and public places around the world.
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