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Jo Ludbrook

I had to comment, as you have put it so succinctly. The love and awe of a beautiful red and white quilt. I have my own beautiful Hawaiian made in Canada in the 1920's. I'll never ever part with it. It's my one heirloom.
Thanks for the lovely smiling bear photo too.


Thanks SO much for posting about this! I was absolutely STUNNED by those quilts, and I'm totally sad I didn't get to see them in person. The pictures are great, though, and I am totally in love with the entire exhibit; the quilts, the color scheme, and the way they were displayed. It also helps that red is my absolute favorite color. :-) What an inspiring exhibit.
Thanks for all the wonderful posts on your blog!

Diana Behling

A group of us from Hampton Roads Virginia are working on a block swap of R&W blocks. Forty R&W blocks due by the biginning of August!! Twenty +/- people participating.

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