The greatest letter ever written is Romans. I was humbled to read it aloud yesterday. To God Be The Glory!
We experience many mysteries in life that we can’t understand. To survive we need preserving steadfast faith and unshakable hope in Jesus as Christ.
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.”
The importance of social organizations in fostering quilting traditions with indigenous people of color.
Types of fabric to dye for quilting.
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”
Learning to walk on sunshine after coming out of Bald Cypress – My Journey From Depression 2 A Miracle!
Preparing fabric to dye for Sacred Circles Community Healing Quilt.
Last night, I met with seven precious ladies in my first Modern Quilting Class at Wilson Community College. I’m humbled and blessed to be their guide to the world of stitching. Six are beginners and one is a quilter ready to make her quilts into works of art. So, I’m back to journaling my journeyContinue reading “Teaching Modern Quilting: Quilts As Art”
(Anne Carson “Uncle Harry” Inspired Writing) First of all, life in Wilson County, North Carolina when I was born was defined by segregation, social injustice, economic starvation and institutional discrimination enforced by “Jim Crow” laws. The brutality and harsh reality of life was white washed and veiled behind lace curtains of poison ivy drenched inContinue reading “Quilting Memories”