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St. John’s Notting Hill Exhibit

If you’re in the vicinity of London and would like to see some of The 70273 Project quilts, you must find your way to St. John’s Notting Hill before 10 May 2018. When I first heard from The Rev’d Canon William Taylor, he wrote: “I have been very moved by the exhibition and am working […]

Just What You’ve Been Waiting For

In the past several weeks, I’ve received blocks from these good people: BLOCKS Margaret Allen (US) Edna Jamandre (US) Susan Blexrud (US) (We’re gonna’ meet live and in person sometime this year.) Iris Harris (US – and from my hometown Fayetteville, GA!) Patricia Costantini (US) dedicated to the 70,273 innocent souls Pepe Bowman (US) Anonymous […]

All Good Things Must Come to an End

The 70273 Project quilts that have been on display in Rochester Cathedral since 23 Jan 18 came down today, and how very appropriate that as they made their exit they were serenaded by the King’s School Choir rehearsing for their spring concert. Thank you, Rochester Cathedral for hosting the exhibit. Thank you, Wendy Daws, Edina, […]

The 70273 Project Emporium Grand Opening

Welcome to the Grand Opening of The 70273 Project Emporium, our shiny new online shop! A few notes . . . New items will be added periodically – like more art quilts, for example – so do check back, and because I’m the stockist, shelf elf, manufacturer, clerk, and mail room, the shop will close […]

Preparing Quilts for Durham Cathedral

Quilts are being made to  hang in Rochester Cathedral from January 19 to March 12, 2018, and in another part of the U.K., quilts are being made to hang in Durham Cathedral from January 25 to 29, 2018. The ladies of Coxhoe quilters have been stitching and educating local students for a year, and last week […]

Postcard from Across the Pond

Writes The 70273 Project Ambassador, Lucy Horner . . . We will be filling the Nave of Rochester Cathedral with XX from Friday 19th January to Monday 12th of March.  Many thanks to Rochester Cathedral’s management committee for extending the time period to give more people chance to see it, and for extending the scope of the […]

Day 3 of the International Quilt Festival

As I write this, I am feeling sad that today is the last day. Yesterday was another remarkable, indescribably astonishing and magical day with so many people coming back to the booth to be with the quilts or to talk some more. Many people came back, bringing others they wanted to show it to. There’s […]

Day 1 of the International Quilt Festival

As we cruise to the front of the massive line (to give us time to get ready to greet our visitors) waiting to gain entry to Day One of the International Quilt Festival, a security guard stops me to say, “I love your project. It is the most meaningful project here for me because my […]

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