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Reply Toya R.B. Thomas
11:39 PM on June 27, 2017 
Welcome Friends!
The Great Lakes African American Quilters Network is pleased to present our 2017 Quilt Show ? ?Everlasting Threads ? Honoring Heritage and History? on September 30 ? October 1, 2017 in Southfield, Michigan. We welcome you and your group to a fun-filled weekend which will include quilt exhibits, demonstrations, prizes, vendors, food and much more. Please visit www.GLAAQN.COM for more information.
If your group will be traveling from out of town, please have a representative from your group contact our Out of Town Liaison Committee at [email protected] to coordinate your accommodations and other activities that may be of interest to your group. Please include a contact person and phone number in your email if you prefer to speak with someone directly regarding your visit.
We are ?sew? very excited about what we have in store for you at our show! We look forward to welcoming you and your group and making your visit a memorable one.
?Sewfully? yours,

Toya R.B. Thomas
Out-of-Town Liaison Sub-Committee
2017 Everlasting Threads Quilt Show
Great Lakes African American Quilters' Network
Reply Marilynn Gardner
12:29 PM on August 23, 2013 
Rett,
We are moving on up! Great job everybody.
Marilynn
Reply Ethel White
7:37 PM on November 21, 2011 
Hi Lauretta thanks for visiting my site you Sistahs have it together email me some time I like to keep up with ladies who love to quilt as much as me,Happy Quilting
[email protected]
Reply Mary Huddleston H.
2:38 AM on August 27, 2011 
Enjoyed The Stitches From The Soul website and loving the quilts. Beautiful!!
Reply Marilynn Gardner
8:15 PM on July 6, 2011 
Hi Ladies,
If you were sent the Mcalls web site be sure to check it out. I went into the site and forgot what time it was. There is a lot of information in the site.
I find myself looking at the learning videos a lot. I am going to try out a few of the patterns.
Reply Phyllis Collier
11:16 AM on April 23, 2011 
I'm impressed. The pictures of the quilts are beautiful. I wish I could be part of the group but I will make a special effort to see your quilts when I visit Toledo this summer. Keep up the good work.
Reply Dorothy McAlister
4:58 PM on April 5, 2011 
YOU DID A GREAT JOB WITH YOUR WEB PAGE. HOPE TO SEE SOME OF YOUR QUILTS WHEN I GET HOME. ENJOYED THE PICTURES.
Reply Marilynn Gardner
3:55 PM on March 31, 2011 
Enjoyed looking at the pictures. We are really moving on up.
Great job everybody.
Reply Cheryl Ramsey-Brooks
12:27 AM on July 10, 2010 
I have looked over your information and I think I will be joining you all very soon. I hope to see you all on the 24th of this month. I can't wait to see if I can get my creative juices flowing!
Cheryl Ann
Reply Jpnelle Gregory Davis
9:52 PM on April 26, 2010 
All of the quilts are wonderful! Congratulations on your showcase at the library! Everyone should be so proud of themselves. Love you Mommie (Cheryl).
Reply Charlisha Rankin
8:51 PM on April 26, 2010 
All of the quilts are beautiful!!!!! My mommie (Cheryl Rankin) told me about all of your quilts at the Main Library and they are all beautiful.
Reply Marilynn Gardner
2:23 PM on April 6, 2010 
Great idea putting the demos on the web site. It will keep me enthused.
I better make the block while I have it in mind. Great job instructor.
Reply Diane Penegor
1:20 PM on April 2, 2010 
The table runner you made for Alexia is beautiful. A treasure she will have for life.
Reply Audrey Williams
8:44 PM on March 8, 2010 
Hi,

I am so excited about your group. I am a native from Toledo, currently living in CA. I have told my aunt to call so that she can join your group. I have shared with her the rewards of quilting. I am a member of two guilds. One in Los Angeles, and one in the small town where I live. I plan to stop bye when I am in town. Please keep up the good work.
I belong to AAQLA (African American Quilters of Los Angeles, and QPC (Quilters Piece Corps of Victor Valley). Please continue your GREAT WORK!!!. Quilting is a way of coming together, loving one another, and sharing.
Audrey
Reply Janice Liddell
8:58 PM on January 4, 2010 
You "sistahs" are spectacular! I love your work and the spirituality that is connected to it. BEAUTIFUL!!! Mom, Bev, Girls--your contributions are significant.