This was an unforgettable experience that reminded me of what philanthropy is all about - love of humanity, to care, to belong, to register one's presence regardless of one's life circumstance.
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The world of textile art is an interesting place. We've seen knitted zines, woven pixels, Fiona Apple lyrics as tapestry and a very phallic take on fa...
Quilting is a craft we usually associate with the American collective. Unless you have a mother, grandmother or other distant female relative who mast...
This month, Pulitzer Prize winning poet Natasha Trethewey officially began her stint as Poet Laureate of the United States. One of Trethewey's poems that I return to often is "Housekeeping."
"I advise anyone considering making a catalog to go for it. 'Nothing beats the heck out of a failure, but a try.' It costs nothing to try it. I'd say make sure you take quality pictures of your work."
"Behind every stitch, there is a story..."
In Jena Moreno's new documentary, Stitched, we get an insider's view into the weird and wild world of......
I have been attending the evening quilting sessions at our church for almost two decades. In the early years, we might make 10 or 15 quilts a year. This year, our goal was to create 100 quilts.
Father's Day can be particularly challenging if you've lost your dad. I'm a mom of two young children, and my father passed away when my son, our oldest, was just 18-months-old.
At a time when women did not have the right to vote, a quilt supporting a political viewpoint was as close as women would come to being able to have a political voice.
When we think of quilts, we tend to think of women making them from scraps of material to keep their families warm in drafty houses. The introduction of quilts to this country was actually quite different from this impression.
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