March 2, 2017
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love the bones of the trees
whispers and echoes
That’s a fair isle palette, right there.
Sigh, I know that smell, and I know those sounds.
I admit that I never saw dawn in Savannah! But I did see your quilts, and as always, I was awed and appreciative. It was a great show, I thought. I generally loved the quilts, and I was grateful that there were at least a handful with a political message. I certainly don’t expect every quilt to have a political message. In fact my own really never do. My quilts are utilitarian bed quilts, made to be used, not to be hung on the wall. And I think that does make a difference. I expect different things of a quilt made specifically to be looked at, only, as opposed to one made to cover you and make you warm and comfy. It also affects the quilting. The way many of the quilts at the show were quilted, they could never be used as bed quilts. I think they would be stiff and you would never be able to wrap yourself in them.
Thank you for your unique contributions to our craft.
I keep coming back and my eye keeps being drawn to those buildings on the far horizon.
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