Tag Archives: Clara Ford

Do You Know How Much Your Grandmother’s Quilt is Worth?

Do you know how much your grandmother’s quilt is worth? If not, you may want to get it appraised.   Holly Anderson, Georgia’s only certified quilt appraiser, will appraise quilts Tuesday, August 3, 2010 at Hammonds House Museum as part of the … Continue reading

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What is Your Grandmother’s Quilt Worth?

Clara’s Big Red Squares, by Clara Ford, circa 1960. I first met Holly Anderson, Georgia’s only APS certified quilt appraiser, when I decided to have one of my grandmother’s quilts appraised.  She was appearing at a local quilt shop to do … Continue reading

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Without Clara There Would Be No Evora

Clara’s Scrap Bag is my quilt that honors my grandmother Clara Ford. It is one of my early quilts that was finished in 2001. It is composed of ancient quilt blocks and antique fabrics. I tea dyed the quilt to … Continue reading

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Passing on the Art of Quilting to a New Generation

Yesterday, the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild held a class to teach Girl Scout Troop 3502 the art of quilting. Nine girls and their troop leaders spent three creative hours learning to quilt. Elisa Woods taught the class with help … Continue reading

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