Wishing You A Joyful Holiday Season

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Ancestral Christmas, art quilt, by O.V. Brantley.

Wishing You A Joyous Holiday Season

 

Merry Christmas, by O.V. Brantley

Merry Christmas, by O.V. Brantley

The Clara Ford Foundation wishes you a joyous holiday season. We look forward to seeing you at the 2015 Atlanta Quilt Festival in August. Click the donations button on the left to learn how you can support our programs.

Happy Mother’s Day!

Najah's Smile by Nicole Blackwell, 2007.

Najah’s Smile by Nicole Blackwell, 2007.

The beautiful quilt shown above was done by Nicole Blackwell in 2007. It is called Najah’s Smile.

Happy Mother’s Day from the Clara Ford Foundation!

Happy President’s Day!

A Chanage Has Come

This quilt honoring President Barack Obama was created by Aisha Lumumba. It is called A Change Has Come. 

See more of Aisha’s quilt on her web site at www.obaquilts.com and at the 2013 Atlanta Quilt Festival which will be held July 28 – August 10, 2013 at the South Fulton Arts Center, 4645 Butner Road, College Park, GA.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day — A Day of Service

Behind Every Great Man by Anita Crosby

Behind Every Great Man by Anita Crosby

We hope you are spending the day in a way that carries the dream forward.

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

Celebrate Hope and Change

Be the Change by Elisa Woods

Be the Change by Elisa Woods

When President Barack Obama was elected 4 years ago, he inspired quilters to preserve the moment in quilts. Shown above is one such quilt created by Elisa Woods.

This weekend, we celebrate another 4 years of hope and change.

The Clara Ford Wishes You Great Joy During the Holiday Season

Merry Christmas aka Christmas Cheater by Laura Sorton

Merry Christmas aka Christmas Cheater by Laura Sorton

The Clara Ford Foundation wishes you great joy during the holiday season. We will share some beautiful, one-of-a-kind Christmas quilts with you this month to add to your holiday cheer.

This beautiful quilt is called Merry Christmas  by Laura Sorton. It is a panel quilt. It is not too late to make someone a quilt for Christmas. Get going!

Laura Sorton

Laura Sorton

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