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October 06, 2006




How nice that your Mom is doing that! And lovely to see the picture of her, she hasn't changed one little bit. :)


Pam, thank you so much for sharing your responses to my Mom's artwork - and my unabashed love of her! I know it is a very long distance from Tuscon to Houston but with your interest in quilts the upcoming IQA show is worth finding ways to attend. The little girl is our Emily, four years old in that picture and six now. She is standing next to the quilt her Gramma made for her, a beautiful Mariner's Star design called "Starligtht Starbright" and quilted with some of the summer constellations that were in the sky the night she was born.

Pam in Tucson

Tim - What incredible talent! And such an eye for form and colour! These are fantastic quilts. Some of the best I've ever seen. Hope is the Thing with Feathers is so movingly exquisite and I love the colour combination and drama of Luna Eclipse. As for The Wind in the Willows - well it just makes me smile. (I gave that book to my husband on our wedding night.) There's no question as to why your family is so proud of your mother. I love her photo - it shows such joy. Your description of her shows your pride and love. (p.s. Who's the adorable little girl in the photo with your mother?)

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