Tag Archives: Evora’s Earth

Seeds from “Evora’s Earth” Friendship Continue to Grow

I find people are awed and inspired by Evora’s Earth so I thought I would give you a short history of this quilt. As do many of my quilting stories, this story begins with my friend Rosalind Newell (Roz). Roz … Continue reading

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Remembering Evora on Earth Day

Evora’s Earth was made over a 14-month period. It honors my mother Evora Hicks. It also is my constant reminder of days growing up in Crossett, Arkansas when things were simpler, but filled with laughter and love. As we pause … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Those of you who still have your mothers with you are truly blessed. I hope that you are treasuring every moment. The rest of us must be content to carry our mothers in our heart and to know that an … Continue reading

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Evora’s Earth

Evora’s Earth honors my morther Evora Hicks, who was born and raised in Crossett, AR. She was the mother of three girls — Rhonda, LaJetta and me. This quilt hangs in my personal conference room at work to provide me … Continue reading

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