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Potion to Cure Racism

Potion to Cure Racism

When I was growing up in Southern Arkansas there was a “root lady” in every town. She knew how to go into the woods and come back with potions that could cure you of your ailments, or drive your cheating husband crazy. 😂 For some time now, I have wanted to make a Halloween quilt. When I ran across the pattern by Karla Kiefner of Creative Bee Studios, I knew I had found just the quilt.

As I began to make the cauldron, I wondered what would a good witch stir into such a pot. I thought it would be good if she could make racism go away. So I added special grass with powerful words so that my witch or “root lady” could find just the right ingredients to make a potion to cure racism.

My quilt “Potion to Cure Racism” is an art quilt that measures 45 x 53 inches. It is pieced and appliquéd on my Janome sewing machine. However, I lovingly quilted it by hand and embellished it with buttons and crystals.

The back of the quilt is a Halloween fabric. There is a hanging sleeve on the back for easy display and a label that documents the quilt. I signed it on the front.

This quilt is one-of-a-kind.

Potion to Cure Racism exhibited at the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky from October, 2022 - February, 2023.

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    This quilt may be returned within 7 days for a full refund so long as it is returned in excellent condition.

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