Tag Archives: Ina Sanders

Enjoy Your Labor Today

Often when I start a quilt I am influenced by what is going on around me at the time.  I finished piecing Enjoy Your Labor Today on Labor Day. I had chosen the bright colors for the quilt because I … Continue reading

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Colored Girl Dreams at Auburn Avenue Research Library

Colored Girl Dreams  is part of the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild exhibit  entitled Not Your Grandmother’s Quilts — African American Quilters in the 21st Century. The exhibit is housed at the Auburn Avenue Research Library, 101 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA. The opening reception … Continue reading

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Black Butterfly

Black Butterfly was made to commemorate India getting her drivers license. I knew once she had her license, life would never be the same. I was right. Now that we are entering senior year and starting the college search process, … Continue reading

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You Make Me Smile

When I showed my newest quilt called You Make Me Smile  at the Brown Sugar Stitchers guild meeting last month, everyone was suprised to see I had made a quilt with such bright colors.  I tend to like taupes and … Continue reading

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