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Black History Month — A Time to “Rejoice Always”

For me, Black History Month is a time to Rejoice Always! The change I have witnessed in my lifetime makes me feel like a living, breathing history book.  Growing up in the segregated South I could barely imagine the life I have lived. My … Continue reading

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Document Your Quilts For Future Historians

February is Black History Month. We pause to remember those who affected our lives and to honor their memory. Just think, 50 or 100 years from now, quilters may pause to honor you and your quilts. Make it easy for … Continue reading

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Sharing Quilting at the Mary Lin School

Friday, I spent a delightful day sharing the art of quilting at the Mary Lin School as part of their Black History celebration.  236 students in grades 3 -5 participated. The Clara Ford Foundation organized quilters to make quilt blocks … Continue reading

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