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Sisters In Stitches Joined By The Cloth Events

 

UPDATED SCHEDULE 2021

 

July 17           

Meeting at St. John's Episcopal Church and Zoom Guild Meeting online 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

August 21       

Meeting at St. John's Episcopal Church and Zoom Guild Meeting online 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

September 18

Meeting at St. John's Episcopal Church and Zoom Guild Meeting online1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

October 16 - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

In-person Sisters in Stitches Joined By The Cloth group tour on Saturday, October 16, The MFA exhibit will feature two of Ms. Harriet Powers’ quilts, and a host of many outstanding unknown and known quilts/quilters from the early 18th-19th century to the present time.

November 20

Meeting at St. John's Episcopal Church and Zoom Guild Meeting online1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

December 18

Meeting at St. John's Episcopal Church and Zoom Guild Meeting online1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

The Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association

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And to Think that Lucy saw it on Memorial Street”
a Day in Old Deerfield with America’s

First African American Poet

July 11, 2021 is “Lucy Terry Prince Day,” marking the bicentennial of the first known African American poet’s death.  Lucy Terry Prince’s (c.1730-1821) life from birth and captivity in Africa c.1730 to enslavement in Deerfield, MA, to her death as a free woman in Vermont in 1821, encompasses signal events in the lives of enslaved people.

https://www.recorder.com/quilt-exhibit-opens-at-Memorial-Hall-35618836

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Featured Fiber Artists in the Boston Globe Magazine

Link below:

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Quilt Title: Wonky, Wonky Music

Fiber Artist: Quilter: Tina Guthmann

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Quilt Title: 

Gye Nyame:  In God We Trust
aka “Where’s Your G Spot”

Fiber Artist: Juandamarie Gikandi 

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Quilt Title:

 Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa

Fiber Artist: Christle Rawlins-Jackson

 

Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa was an influential Ashanti Queen and warrior at the beginning of the twentieth century who remains a powerful symbol today.

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Quilt Title: Butterscotch

Fiber Artist: Tarsha N. Taylor

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Quilt Title: Earthy Woman

Fiber Artist: Susi Ryan

74 Pleasant Street

Arlington, MA 02476

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