Tag Archives: 2013 Atlanta Quilt Festival

“Choose to Bloom” Makes Guest Appearance at Atlanta Quilt Festival

Many of you have followed my Choose to Bloom journey as I posted the individual blocks and borders that make up this quilt. It is finally finished, and it is as beautiful in person as it was in my head. … Continue reading

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The Baby Princess Was Part of the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival

The Baby Princess was part of the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival. The Festival, which is sponsored by the Clara Ford Foundation, opens Sunday, July 28, 2013 at noon at the South Fulton Arts Center, 4645 Butner Road, College Park, GA. I will have several quilts in the exhibit, … Continue reading

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On My Darkest Day I See Light

My quilts tend to document my life or at least remind me of things my mother taught me. On My Darkest Day I See Light is such a quilt. Some days, life sucks! But even on those days, there is … Continue reading

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Power of the Pretty Purse Was Part of the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival

Power of the Pretty Purse was part of the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival. It has been sold and shipped to its new home. The Festival, which is sponsored by the Clara Ford Foundation, opens Sunday, July 28, 2013 at noon at the South Fulton Arts Center, 4645 Butner … Continue reading

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Atlanta Album (This Ain’t Baltimore) Appraised During 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival

One of my treasured heirlooms Atlanta Album (This Ain’t Baltimore) was appraised during the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival by Holly Anderson. Quilt appraisals are one of the activities always offered during the Festival. The Clara Ford Foundation will sponsor the 2013 Atlanta Quilt Festival at … Continue reading

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Wins Best of Show at 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival

R.E.S.P.E.C.T. won “Best of Show” at the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival in the juried exhibit. It was created by Aisha Lumumba. The Clara Ford Foundation will sponsor the 2013 Atlanta Quilt Festival at the South Fulton Arts Center, 4645 Butner Road, College Park, GA the first two weeks in August. Mark … Continue reading

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Desert Garden Wins Best Art Quilt at 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival

Desert Garden won “Best Art Quilt” at the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival in the juried exhibit. It was created by Marquetta Bell-Johnson. The Clara Ford Foundation will sponsor the 2013 Atlanta Quilt Festival at the South Fulton Arts Center, 4645 Butner Road, College Park, GA the first two weeks in August. … Continue reading

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Splash From My Stash Wins Best Traditional Quilt at 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival

Splash From My Stash won “Best Traditional Quilt” at the 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival in the juried exhibit. It was created by Aleathia Chisolm. The Clara Ford Foundation will sponsor the 2013 Atlanta Quilt Festival at the South Fulton Arts Center, … Continue reading

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2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival Successfully Promotes the Art of Quilting

The 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival, which is sponsored by the Clara Ford Foundation and Hammonds House Museum, ended Saturday with a flurry of activity. There was a Beginning Quilting Class taught by Nina Moore, a Beginning Dollmaking Class taught by … Continue reading

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