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This was so good I did't want to put it down I'm so thankful for Mrs.Power for making a quilt that ment so much to me ,the quilting world and whole world thank you Ms. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Linda C.
What a powerful legacy and history for African American and all quilters. This is a have to have book for quilters, who followed the Gee Island quilters and others.Published 8 months ago by Robbysbebe
I loved this book. I had never heard of Harriet Powers until I came across this book. It was wonderful and easy to read. I found it by accident and am glad that I did. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Angelia Pillow
It is quite helpful I like colored pictures in a book.Published 17 months ago by Catherine Furevick
This is the amazing story of Harriet Powers and the Bible Quilt which she made. Her quilt now hangs in the Smitsonian Museum.Published 23 months ago by Claude Blakely
I didn't read it. I bought it as a gift for a quilting friend who is also a student of the bible; she should love it..Published on October 2, 2013 by Judith Farrell-Booth
I am interested in all things "quilt", except this book. I am sure the author chose her subject with passion but the book is about as passionless as a piece of beige... Read morePublished on September 23, 2013 by Myrna Beebe
GREAT BOOK...AWESOME LADY !!! IT WILL INSPIRE YOU TO QUILT NOT JUST FOR BEAUTY BUT FOR MEANING. I WAS TOUCHED BY HER DEVOTION TO HELPING OTHERS!Published on May 1, 2013 by YVONNE S. REEDER