Saturday, March 3, 2018

Threads of Resistance Quilt Show, Part 3

Hello Dear Blogging Friends,

Again, thanks so much for all the positive feedback on the photos that I've shared. Marion and I enjoyed the exhibit and I took photos out of habit. I wasn't certain that I'd share them, but oddly enough , my Mom kept asking to see them. I think that she is fascinated that people would make this type of quilt. I truly admire these art quilts. If I made one myself, I'm not sure what I'd do with it after it went on an exhibit...

I've done some digging and found a link for the Threads of Resistance Show as well as the show's travel schedule. Check it out, you may be able to see it in person!

In case you missed it, here are Part 1 and Part 2.
Flint Water by Sylvia Hernandez, New York.

Nevertheless, She Persisted by Dawn Allen, Massachusetts
She Persisted by Betty Busby, New Mexico
We Walk Together in Search of Liberty by Claire Passmore, United Kingdom
Game Over by Tanya A. Brown, California
Tears of the Grandfathers by Leni L. Wiener, New York
What Does An American Look Like? by The Pixeladies: Deb Cashatt and Kris Sazaki, California
Listen Louder Than You Sing by Shannon M. Conley, Oklahoma
UnBEARably Bad Business by Victoria Findlay Wolfe
Thanks for visiting! Part 4, the naughty quilts (aka behind the curtain), will follow soon.

Pugs and kisses,


  1. Wow those are gorgeous. Thanks for the link. It seems that they will be at the Novi Sewing expo in November in Michigan.

  2. I will definitely be at the Expo in Raleigh!!!

  3. Again, thank you for sharing. Fascinating, clever, timely work.

  4. fabulous. Thank you for the link to the schedule and all the pics. I've been sending your posts out to friends. LeeAnna

    1. Oh and Shannon Connely is one of our "I Like" people!

  5. These continue to be so inspiring. (Sorry love the one with Hillary's mouth taped shut.) Love the hand quilting on the school house one too....

    1. I think that’s supposed to be Elizabeth Warren