Wednesday, 15 March 2017

My "Water is Life Quilt" Will Appear in Uppercase Magazine

Hello! I have exciting news! My "Water is Life" Quilt titled "When the Tap is Finally Turned On" is still touring quilt shows in the United States but I will get to see it in print in the next issue of Uppercase Magazine!

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Read more about this quilt and the exhibit it is part of in this post and this update post. Find a video of the exhibit in this post.



6 comments:

  1. Congratulations! You must be so proud.

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    1. Thank you Jan. It is very exciting for me! I submitted my response to the call for submissions before Christmas and just found out I was accepted for publication this week. :)

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  2. That is wonderful news! Congratulations! I love this quilt, especially those little people dancing...it is so perfect!

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    1. Thank you so much Jayne! It has been a great experience for me and I hope I, and many more of us, have more opportunities to reach world leaders with our quilting.

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  3. That's wonderful news! I had seen your quilt in another post, but hadn't read the description of it - that makes it all the more meaningful. The other thing with women and children having to walk long distances for water - it isn't always safe to drink either - adding to the work they have to do to make it safe for their families...

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  4. Thank you Jannette! :) Yes, it is a real problem in the world. I know when our town's water supply was compromised we were under a boil water warning and I had a baby at the time. It was a total pain but it was nothing compared to what these women and children have to go through. I feel that not enough is being done quickly enough.

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