African American Quilt Circle of Durham Celebrates 27th Anniversary

Cloth Mask with AAQC

On Saturdays, March 20, March 27 and April 3, AAQC celebrated its 27th Anniversary via Zoom.  It was an honor for me to participate.  It has taken me a long time to find my quilting tribe, and with every connection to AAQC I realize this quilt circle is amazing.  The members are creative beyond comparison, and are sharing and supportive.  It’s like a sisterhood of creative hands working together to keep cultural traditions alive.  It was an humbling experience to present a presentation on Fabric Design at our April 3rd Zoom meeting.  Check it out on the Tutorials Page of this Blog.  Congratulations AAQC.  I am proud to say I’m #AAQC and #AAQCstrong.

View Presentation at Link Below

Link To View Presentation

Published by Carola Jones, Artist

Indigenous Artist, Writer, Designer | Internet Techie | Pow Wow Dancer | Lover of Dyeing Cloth Especially With Indigo, Madder & Marigold | 4th Generation Hand Embroidery & Sewing Enthusiastic | Working Traveler | NC Toisnot & Mattamuskeet Tuscarora & FL Seminole | Algonquin Gullah Mixed Blood

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