Tag Archives: wallhanging
There is a saying in my community that you can’t know where you are going unless you know where you have been. The National Museum of African American History opened this weekend in Washington, DC. after many years of hoping, … Continue reading
Each August my life is filled with joy and gratitude as my friends and I host the Atlanta Quilt Festival. The 2016 edition of the Atlanta Quilt Festival ended yesterday. By all measures it was a huge success. Thank you … Continue reading
Quiet time is so important. Each morning I try to set aside some time to center myself. I reflect on the things for which I am grateful. I try to dig deep to find my best self. I analyze pros … Continue reading
My quilt African Star was with me for a very short time. After one of my friends got a new job, I decided African Star was the perfect gift for her. She says it matches her bedroom perfectly. I love … Continue reading
Honor those who came before. Dream like crazy about what comes next. But above all, enjoy the journey! My quilts and I wish you a Happy Black History Month!
My quilt Waiting to Exhale #3 was sold and shipped to Billings, Montana. The new owner loves it as did I. I think I will create Waiting to Exhale #4. I always wonder at the beginning of a new year, “What’s … Continue reading
Four of my quilts will be part of the Brown Sugar Stitchers exhibit at the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History, located at 1116 Phillips Street in Augusta, GA. They are Woman’s Work is Never Done, Three Sisters, Give … Continue reading
Swimming Upstream #1 found a new home and has been shipped to her new owner. I know she is gone to a home where she will be loved. You can view the other quilts available for purchase in my ETSY Studio Store … Continue reading
Fall is my favorite time of the year. I love the leaves. I love the sparkle in the air. I love football! This quilt entitled Football Saturday captures all my loves. Are you ready for some football?