Tag Archives: Carolyn Mazloomi

Journey of Hope

President Barack Obama will be inaugurated Monday and will guide the country through another four years. This weekend is a great time to pull out Journey of Hope by Carolyn Mazloomi and enjoy the beautiful quilts inspired by President Barack … Continue reading

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Add Journey of Hope to Your Quilt Book Collection

Black History Month is a great time to add an African American Quilt Book to your collection. Since  President’s Day is also this month, I recommend you check out Journey of Hope by Carolyn Mazloomi. No matter how you feel … Continue reading

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A Private Quilter Once Again

My term as president of the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild has ended. I have to admit I am happy to go out on a high note. The Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Show was a phenomenal success! For the first … Continue reading

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You Make Me Smile is Ready for Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Show August 1 – 7

The  bi-annual quilt show of the Brown Sugar Stitchers  Quilt Guild will be held August 1, 2009, and You Make Me Smile will be part of the beautiful collection of quilts on display. The theme of the show is The … Continue reading

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Carolyn Mazloomi will lecture in Atlanta August 1 and 2

Renowned quilt artist, historian and author Carolyn Mazloomi will present two lectures in Atlanta as part of the Clara Ford Quilt Lecture Series. The first lecture, which is being presented in collaboration with the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild bi-annual … Continue reading

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Textural Rhythms Exhibit at Folk Art Museum

Textural Rhythms: Constructing the Jazz Tradition — Contemporary African American Quilts opened at the Lincoln Street location of the American Folk Art Museumin New York March 24, 2009. The exhibit, which was curated by Carolyn Mazloomi, will continue through August … Continue reading

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