Threads of Glory Exhibit

The fabulous "Threads of Glory" exhibit features an array of fabric artworks - quilts, knitted items, weavings, and on and on----created by regional artisans......and I am one of them.  The exhibit will run April 25-June 2, 2018,  at  Union Museum of History and Art, 116 N. Main Street, Farmerville, Louisiana.

Yes, I am one happy camper viewing my handmade crafts on public display.....

Here is Old Blue happily hanging as a backdrop to the beautifully knitted black dress in silk yarn made by Nancy Wallace of Monroe, Louisiana.  I'll have to go back to the museum to get the name of The Rooster art quilt maker.  My apology to the maker for this sad oversight on my part.   

My flying geese quilt, even folded,  was quite stunning on display with The Butterfly thread stitched wall hanging. 

The bowls, oh, the rope bowls pictured below with the linen red hat! 


And finally my original hand crafted, painted and bound books. 

Thank you, "Threads of Glory" Exhibit Curator: Karen Bradford
Exhibit Designer: Alan Futch, The Dean of Flowers
Museum Coordinator:  Jean Jones and all 51 individuals who contributed treasured fiber artwork to the exhibit.



  1. Congratulations on having so many of your pieces displayed in the museum exhibit. I'm definitely going to try to get there--seeing the work of local artists is always enjoyable and encouraging. Kudos to the curators for combining different works together to create a vignette.

    1. Thank you Mary....yes, this is a wonderful exhibit with so many 'threads' displayed.
      What would we do without those willing to do all that work to get our crafts displayed. Curators, they are the best.


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