I had a lovely evening the other night. I went to listen to Sally Murry speak about her experiences in Ghana, Africa. I wish I had remembered my camera so I could have taken her picture. I did bug my friend Lea to take a picture of this quilt. It was amazing. It was made for Sally by another lady that was helping set up schools in Ghana. The fabrics are so vibrant. I love all the designs in this quilt, both in the blocks and in the fabric.
I really loved the elephants in this fabric.
This is Sally teaching the ladies in Ghana to lead music.
This fabric was great. Don’t you love the women celebrating life here.Aren’t these baskets great! And the lizard is so fun.
Sally’s lecture was great! I enjoyed learning all that she and others are doing in Ghana. Her pictures of the people were fabulous. It makes me so want to go there. Someday…
That’s a fabulous quilt – love the colors and the story it tells!
I love it too! Such wonderful fabrics!
Hello Em, thank you for the pics of this quilt.I love that it tells you a story.So Vibrant. Regards Lyn
What a great quilt! I love the detail and the elephants!
how beautiful…definitely inspirational.
Hi Em, what a lovely lecture and great fabric fondling possibilities. I would love to travel to Africa, but doubt I ever will be able to. Still, it’s good to have the dream. *VBS* Hugs, Finn
That is a great quilt! Sounds interesting! 😎
I love African art — something very appealing about it. What a beautiful quilt!
Sorry I’m posting so late — was traveling. I won’t bug you with comments on other posts, but I’ll read through to see what you’ve been up to!