Indigenous Intensive Art Residency begins tomorrow at UBC in Okanagan. I’m one of the participating artists.
Designing and creating a memory quilt. Follow me on Youtube @artbycarola | Indtagram @fiberartbycarola
My quilting journey for healing begins at Flyway Farm & Forest in Spillimacheen, BC
Seeing the “What If?” possibilities during painful circumstances.
Schedule for my Open Studio Sessions in February & March 2022.
Algonquin BFFs. Stories by a Pou Wau Dancer.
Using fabric from my indigo dyed cloth stash, along with my clothes that were rescued from my eviction, I’m creating new quilt designs about The Blues of “Winter In America.”
New Year’s Eve is Watchnight for people of color born on the land of the Union States. Watchnight Ceremony is a healing medicine to send blessings to all who need them with much love, honor and respect.
The importance of social organizations in fostering quilting traditions with indigenous people of color.
Motivational Sunday This is the first blog in my Sunday series about life lessons I’m learning through quilting. My insights started at a young age when I was sitting under the quilt frame in Yat’s front room on Daniel Hill. The Daniel Hill Community Quilt Frame lived with my Yat (Mattie Burnette Randolph) on SpruceContinue reading “Life Lessons Learned Through Quilting”