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jacki long

Yes, I have seen it before and was inspired all over again. Thank you for sharing, Carol.


Did i here them right that the man took the quilt to be in the museum but never paid them for the quilt? Doesn't seem right.


Wow! What a powerful, and enlightening, film. It makes me sad, and a little angry, to hear that they didn't get paid for their quilts.

Carolyn Dietrich

Thank you for sharing this inspiring documentary. These women have such strong faith and they rise above their circumstances and create beauty out of scraps. To have someone take advantage of that is so sad. I'm glad it didn't stop them from continuing to make beautiful quilts.

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