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I am a big believer in vacations. Why? First, because they are educational. I never fail to learn something new on vacation. Second, because they free your mind to re-imagine things. Third, because they increase my gratitude factor. I am … Continue reading
Four of my quilts will be part of the Brown Sugar Stitchers exhibit at the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, located at 1116 Phillips Street in Augusta, GA. They are Woman’s Work is Never Done, Three Sisters, Give … Continue reading
Swimming Upstream #1 found a new home and has been shipped to her new owner. I know she is gone to a home where she will be loved. You can view the other quilts available for purchase in my ETSY Studio Store … Continue reading
Fall is my favorite time of the year. I love the leaves. I love the sparkle in the air. I love football! This quilt entitled Football Saturday captures all my loves. Are you ready for some football?
Blue Moon Over Africa found a new home and has been shipped to California. I know she is gone to a home where she will be loved. You can view the other quilts available for purchase in my ETSY Studio Store found … Continue reading
When India and I travel, I try to document the trip with a quilt. That way, we have our mental memories and a tangible memory that we can touch. Last summer, India and I spent a magical weekend in Rome … Continue reading
I Believe in Angels #11 found a new home at the Quilt Market during the 2015 Atlanta Quilt Festival. I know she is gone to a new home where she will be loved. You can view the other quilts available for … Continue reading
My quilt Three Sisters is part of the 2015 Atlanta Quilt Festival exhibit at South Fulton Arts Center through August 31, 2015. Visit the center located at 4645 Butner Road, College Park, GA Monday through Saturday from 10 – 4 p.m. to … Continue reading