6 thoughts on “A sea of hope …

  1. This is so beautiful (((Liz))), do you want the blue patch you sent along with the pennant about mending our beautfiul broken world stitch by stitch?

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    1. (((Liz))) I should have looked more closely at the photo, love what you are doing with this quilt and how it’s moving along quite quickly ( have always figured it would take me another lifetime to make a quilt) but seeing this am thinking of stitching a nine patch for a chair that needs recovering, just to have a go & try really hard to finish it in a couple of days!

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      1. my photography left something to be desired … sorta like how my eyes (don’t) work these days … will look forward to a nine-patch patch for your chair (and never did I ever think I’d made a queen-size quilt … never say never)

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    2. the blue patch is yours forever or until you wish to pass it along … your words are also here on a piece of shibori linen that you sent some time back

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  2. LA – there are never too many ways to transmit a bit of hope into the world – almost one stitch at a time – like stitching a broken world. B

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