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Storytelling through fabric in ‘African American Quilters Today’

History and heroes are the subject matter

A piece in “Our Voices in Fiber: African American Quilters Today” show women of color enjoying the beach.
Many of the pieces in “Our Voices in Fiber: African American Quilters Today” cover heroic women who made history. Some are more lighthearted, like “Fun in the Sun,” a portrait of Renee Fleuranges-Valdes’ grandmother, mother and sister. All the works can be seen through Feb. 26 at the Pacific Northwest Quilt and Fiber Arts Museum in La Conner. (Photo by Stephen Hunter)
By Stephen Hunter CDN Contributor
La Conner’s Pacific Northwest Quilt and Fiber Arts Museum is one of my favorite haunts on a gloomy
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