How One Fairfield Woman is Keeping African American Quilting Traditions Alive

September 24, 2020 | By DaLyah Jones

How Texas’ Strong Quilting Community Continues to Thrive

November 8, 2017 | By Clayton Maxwell

If you, like me, are not one of the estimated 10 million quilters in the U.S., you may be as surprised as I was by the magnitude of the quilting phenomenon in Texas.

Stitching a Legacy

April 13, 2015 | By Bobbie Jean Sawyer

LaJoyce Flanagan is sitting in the Linden schoolhouse where she taught more than 50 years ago, recalling the tiny desks and chairs, the children who stayed late for sewing lessons, and the day the radio delivered news of President Kennedy’s assassination.

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