Los hilos de la vida

Folkloric story quilts by Latina women in Anderson Valley

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

We're famous

We're so excited. An article about us appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle today, Stories in Stitches. Laramie Trevino came to Anderson Valley to do an article about the Salsitas, the women who created The Secrets of Salsa Cookbook, and came to our quilting class too.

We've already had three offers of fabric and we're hoping to get some sewing machines for the class also.

Our show at the California Institute of Integral Studies opens January 17, 2006. The opening reception is 2/3/06, 7-9pm. Please come see our quilts and visit with us.

6 Comments:

At 9:35 AM, Blogger Anna van Schurman said...

Hola!
The quilts on your website are so lovely, I wish I could hop on a plane and join you in January. Please keep posting--with lots of pictures--so that those of us who can't visit can see your lovely work.

 
At 5:18 AM, Blogger Lynn Dykstra said...

I love your story quilts--please post more and details.
Lynn

 
At 10:44 AM, Blogger Rosellen said...

My sister, Marilyn Simpson, is a member of the Mendocino Quilt Artists Guild and told me about your link. I'd like to send your group a gift certificate to use at an online fabric store; please tell me how to proceed.

 
At 8:23 PM, Blogger Sandy said...

What beautiful work you are doing! Keep up telling your cloth stories for all of us to see- you have some great teachers available and I know you are having fun exploring quilts too. Congratu;ations to all of you- nice article in the paper!

 
At 10:39 PM, Blogger quiltingbmom said...

?Como estan? Aqui estoy en Tejas leyendo de estas colchas tan bellas. Espero que ustedes continua en este aventura. !Saludes a todos!

 
At 12:10 PM, Blogger Elle said...

Congratulations on your article! Your quilts are beautiful and the world should know about them! I'm looking forward to following your work through this blog.

 

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