Jeanne Hewell-Chambers

& her barefoot heart

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A New Skill: Meme Making

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and, for my French friends . . .

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Merci beaucoup to Katell Renon, Chloe Grice, and Cecile Denis for their patience and assistance in translating this.

The Channel Islands, UK Comes on Strong for The 70273 Project

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Gisele Therezien and Kim Monins at the BBC studio

“The Channel Islands,UK were occupied by the Nazis for 5 years during WWII, so we have many historical and emotional links to those dark times,” Kim tells me in her first email after hearing about The 70273 Project. Kim Monins and Gisele Therezien – both talented, creative, accomplished quilters – immediately begin stitching blocks with dedicated enthusiasm.

From Blocks to Quilts to Exhibits in Rapid Succession

After stitching a few blocks, the Dynamic Duo decide they want to collect blocks and make quilts there in the Channel Islands, so we work together to develop a system that gets me the information I need on each block for documentation and cataloguing purposes and allows them to keep moving forward without having to spend the time and money shipping blocks back and forth across The Pond.

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Blocks made by Gisele Therezien

They’ll need blocks to make the quilts, so on Saturday 5th November between 10am-3pm at St Brelade’s Parish Hall in Jersey, Chanel islands, UK, Kim and Gisele are hosting a Drop In and Stitch Day. If you’re in the area, please do stop by, and if you’re reading this and know people who live in the area, won’t you please tell them about it? Let’s post it on Facebook, tweet it out, put it in blog posts – let’s get it out there any way we can cause you never know who’s gonna’ see your post and think of somebody they know who would love to attend. Let’s help them have a good turnout (and lots of blocks to document!).

And why make quilts if you have nowhere to exhibit them, right? Yesterday Gisele and Kim had a successful meting with authorities at Jersey Heritage who offered exhibition space for the month of January 2018 and the possibility of enough space for a small display in January 2017.

Getting the Word Out

Kim and Gisele never miss an opportunity to spread word of The 70273 Project. Gisele recently received an email from Love Patchwork & Quilting Magazine UK asking permission to write an article and use photos of one of her quilts that’s currently on display at the Quilt Festival in Houston, TX.

They sent project flyers to each of the 12 elected parish constables and leaders of other groups, encouraging them to get involved and get others involved, and they’ve ben in touch with local newspapers who’ve promised to run articles about both The 70273 Project and the upcoming Drop In and Stitch Event.

 

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Kim Monins stitches by the pool on a recent holiday

And as if all this isn’t enough, this morning Gisele and Kim were interviewed by Charlie McArdle on his BBC radio show. To give a listen, click here and move the bar to 2:13:24 to hear their interview.

Kudos and Gratitude to Kim and Gisele, The Dynamic Duo, whose good sense, keen quilting abilities, dazzling personalities, and indefatigable tenaciousness are moving The 70273 Project forward in great strides! ‘Twas a lucky day for us all when Kim and Gisele  discovered The 70273 Project.

Do you know of a radio or tv station in your vicinity that might be as hospitable to The 70273 Project as Charlie is? Is there a magazine, newspaper, newsletter, or other periodical that we might submit a press release to? Do you want to gather blocks and make quilts in your area? Did anything Kim and Gisele are doing spark an idea of something you might do? If so, please contact me and let’s make a plan.

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Other places to gather around The 70273 Project water cooler:

Shop with Amazon Smile and support The 70273 Project.

Subscribe to the blog (where all information is shared).

Join the English-speaking Facebook group – our e-campfire – where you can talk to other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Join the French-speaking Facebook group – our other e-campfire – where you can chat with other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Like the Facebook page where you can check in for frequent updates.

Get folks to help celebrate your birthday by making blocks and/or donating bucks.

Follow the pinterest board for visual information.

Post using #the70273project on Instagram. (Please tag me, too, @whollyjeanne, so I don’t miss anything.)

Tell your friends what you want for your birthday.

And if you haven’t yet made some blocks, perhaps you’d like to put some cloth in your hands and join us.

Or maybe you’d like to gather friends and family, colleagues or students, club or guild members, etc. together and make a group quilt.

Snowy Range Academy Students Doing A+++ Work

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After seeing a flyer in a Michigan fabric store, Catherine Symchych messages me to say that she wants to work with her students to make a quilt for The 70273 Project. “Seventh graders study the Holocaust,” she tells me, “and they’re the ones I’m thinking about.” We work out a plan, she gets permission from her principal, and they begin.

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One group to students asked Catherine to read to them while they sew.  She selects A Lucky Child, by Thomas Buergenthal who survived Auschwitz as a child. “They know we’re commemorating a different atrocity, but it brings home the impact of the project even more,” Catherine writes.

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In their enthusiastic dedication, the students have decided that 80 blocks – enough to make a 60″x60″ quilt – simply isn’t enough, so they’ve now set their sites on a twin size quilt.

Please join me in giving a hearty Honor Roll-worthy round of applause and appreciation to the middle school students and their teacher, Catherine Symchych at Snowy Range Academy in Laramie, Wyoming who are hard at work! We look forward to more photos, y’all, and we thank you for helping us commemorate these people who might otherwise be forgotten. It’s good work you’re doing there. Real good work.

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Other places to gather around The 70273 Project water cooler:

Shop with Amazon Smile and support The 70273 Project.

Subscribe to the blog (where all information is shared).

Join the English-speaking Facebook group – our e-campfire – where you can talk to other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Join the French-speaking Facebook group – our other e-campfire – where you can chat with other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Like the Facebook page where you can check in for frequent updates.

Get folks to help celebrate your birthday by making blocks and/or donating bucks.

Follow the pinterest board for visual information.

Post using #the70273project on Instagram. (Please tag me, too, @whollyjeanne, so I don’t miss anything.)

Tell your friends what you want for your birthday.

And if you haven’t yet made some blocks, perhaps you’d like to put some cloth in your hands and join us.

Or maybe you’d like to gather friends and family, colleagues or students, club or guild members, etc. together and make a group quilt.

A New Way to Support The 70273 Project

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Shopping just got more rewarding for you and for us . . .

SAME PRODUCTS, SAME PRICES, SAME SHOPPING EXPERIENCE but with an extra bonus–you can earn money for The 70273 Project every time you shop and at no extra cost to you.

IT’S AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3:

1.  Go to smile.amazon.com.

2.  Make sure that “The 70273 Project, Inc” is designated as the charity of your choice. (You only have to select us once, and it’s saved for future purchases).  Double check by looking to see that our name appears after “Supporting” under the search box. If you don’t see it there, go to the upper righthand corner of the screen, three options to the left of the shopping cart and click on  “Your Account”. Scroll down and click on Your AmazonSmile. To the right of the AmazonSmile impact screen, you’ll see Your Current Charity. If The 70273 Project, Inc. is already there, thank you. If it doesn’t appear there, click the Change Your Charity button and enter The 70273 Project, Inc. in the search box. (Important note: When you enter “The 70273 Project, Inc.”, the word “The” will not appear, just 70273 Project, Inc. That’s still us.)  Agree that (The) 70273 Project, Inc. is your charity of choice, then, if you’re a mind to, avail yourself of the social media buttons to encourage others to support The 70273 Project, Inc., too.

3.  With that done, you’re all set to shop to your heart’s content. Just remember to always go to smile.amazon.com instead of the usual amazon.com. (See that image at the top of this post? Tonight I’ll put it in the sidebar with a link to remind you.) You don’t have to create a new login, your existing id and password will work just fine. And remember: it doesn’t cost you a penny more to donate to The 70273 Project.

Now make your list and check it twice. Go on now, scoot.

November Adventure: Men of The 70273

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Laurie Dunn’s dad, a World War II veteran

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And Laurie Dunn’s grandsons

It’s the first day of November, so you know what that means: time for a new Adventure for The 70273 Project. In September and October, we collaborated – you and me. October and November are devoted to Making Blocks with Your Siblings. What say we devote November and December to putting the men in our lives on the MENu to make blocks? And now seems a good time to MENtion that “men” can be any age males – sons, grandsons, uncles, spouses, partners, friends, dads, granddads, coworkers – you get the idea.

Andy

The Engineer

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My son, Kipp, makes a block.

Shoot, I might even put blocks, red fabric, thread, and Provenance Forms in her hand and suggest that my daughter use this as a way to meet potential life mates (not that she needs further enchantMENts.) Can you imagine the allureMENts (a.k.a. pickup lines) . . .

“What sign (of block) are you?”
“Hey Good Looking, I bet we could make beautiful blocks together.”
“You knock my blocks off.”
“If you’ve got one X, I’ve got the other.”
“I’d like to get to first block with you.”

I mean, the possibilities are endless and who knows, this could ceMENt the deal.

Okay, I’ll MENd my ways and stop now (you’re welcome).

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Thomas Eastin, one of my Other Sons

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SteveJankousky who saw a tweet sent out by my son, Kipp, and made his blocks straight away.

MANy men have already made blocks . . . will they make more just to go in the Men of The 70273 quilts? I sure hope so.

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Scott Griffin made an entire quilt from his blocks

Making blocks is no MENial thing, you know. Same measureMENts, same guidelines, same Provenance Form apply (just be sure to MENtion that these blocks are for The Men of the 70273 in the space set aside on the Provenance Form for “Adventure”.)

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Danny Tate, my cousin who’s lucky in love. He married Mary, my cousin.

After docuMENting (a.k.a. cataloguing) these blocks per usual, I will set them aside so that we can make quilts (Yes, plural: quilts. Can I get a little aMENability for my optimism?)

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My brother, Jerry (I call him J3)

So let’s stitch on into November, MENtoring the guys if needed, offering cajoleMENts and compliMENts, comMENting on the MENtal effort they put into the effort, and reminding them ’tis a comMENdable thing we’re doing here, comMENorating the 70273 people who were murdered, an effort seeped in awsoMENess. And hey, your assignMENt includes sending photos.

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Other installMENts for The 70273 Project:

Subscribe to the blog (where all information is shared).

Join the English-speaking Facebook group – our e-campfire – where you can talk to other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Join the French-speaking Facebook group – our other e-campfire – where you can chat with other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Like the Facebook page where you can check in for frequent updates.

Get folks to help celebrate your birthday by making blocks and/or donating bucks.

Follow the pinterest board for visual information.

Post using #the70273project on Instagram. (Please tag me, too, @whollyjeanne, so I don’t miss anything.)

And if you haven’t yet made some blocks, perhaps you’d like to put some cloth in your hands and join us.

Or maybe you’d like to gather friends and family, colleagues or students, club or guild members, etc. together and make a group quilt.

Week 37 in Review (10/24-30, 2016)

This week . . .

I created birthday cards you can download, print, and send to others letting them know about The 70273 Project and encouraging them to get involved by giving you gifts you don’t have to dust: blocks and/or bucks and added a link to The 70273 Project Directory in the sidebar for easy reference.

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The 70273 Project was profiled on page 11 in the Winter 2016/2017 issue of International Quilt Festival: Quilt Scene magazine. If you want one for your scrapbook (and you know you do), you can purchase paper copies in magazine racks near you or online, and go here to purchase a digital copy. And, that’s not all: on the back cover is none other than our Frances Holliday Alford!

As of today, I’ve heard from folks in 98 countries.

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While I was (still) tending to my daughter’s concussion, folks around the world were stitching. Thanks to the generous creativity of . . .
Ariette Dupin (France)
Chloe Grice (France)
Christine Guillemer (France)
Jacqueline Riviere (France)
Monique Bonnet (France)
Karen Minty (Channel Islands, UK)
Kim Monins (Channel Islands, UK)
Karen Scott (Channel Islands, UK)
Liz Webb (Channel Islands, UK)
Rosalie Hollis (Channel Islands, UK)
Elaine Ericsson (Canada)
Linda Dumanowski (CA, USA)
Trena Johnson (MN, USA)
Anonymous Maker (FL, USA)
Members of La Feville, D’Erable quilting group (France)
Martine Bronca
Catherine
Genevieve
Edith
Josiane
Yannick
Huguette
Beatrice
Kathleen Reck (Australia)
Patricia Gaska (WI, USA)
Susan Utech (WI, USA)
Karen Hereford and other staffers at Holy Spirit College (Australia)
Nancy Weinmeister (GA, USA)
Ada Hewell (GA, USA)
Helen Voyles (GA, USA)
and
Thomasina Miller (GA, USA)
. . . we now have 5294 blocks!

Please keep stitching, sending, and sharing, y’all.

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Other places to gather around The 70273 Project water cooler:

Subscribe to the blog (where all information is shared).

Join the English-speaking Facebook group – our e-campfire – where you can talk to other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Join the French-speaking Facebook group – our other e-campfire – where you can chat with other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Like the Facebook page where you can check in for frequent updates.

Follow the pinterest board for visual information.

Post using #the70273project on Instagram. (Please tag me, too, @whollyjeanne, so I don’t miss anything.)

And if you haven’t yet made some blocks, perhaps you’d like to put some cloth in your hands and join us.

Or maybe you’d like to gather friends and family, colleagues or students, club or guild members, etc. together and make a group quilt.

Word’s Getting Out: International Quilt Festival Quilt Scene 2016 Magazine

So this came in the mail today . . .

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Thank you, assistant editor Katie Chicarello for including us in your International Quilt Festival Quilt Scene magazine! If you’re on facebook, maybe you want to click on the link to show them a little love and thank them for including us.

Do you know of a periodical that might print an article about The 70273 Project? If so, please send me an email or drop off a comment. (Bonus points if you send me specific information like who to contact and a link or an email address.)

A Stitch from the Past

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About 15 years ago, I had this idea: I cut circles from fabric and stitched biographical plates (portraits) of my ancestors. Small projects, easy to tuck into my bag and work on wherever I happened to be. And what did I do after stitching them?

Nothing.

I’d planned to stitch them onto a tablecloth . . . but that never happened. I just tucked them into the scrap suitcase were they lingered (forgotten) until I went to grab bits I might use on The Storyteller’s Apron, #1: Sky Rider.  Now the plates will become constellations – or maybe galaxies – as I stitch along with Jude Hill and the #sunmoonstars gang.

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This is the plate of my maternal granddaddy who was a sheriff in Fayette County, GA who liked to play checkers with his grandchildren and took it upon himself to teach each of us to drink coffee. He’d pull us into his lap, fill a saucer with milk, then add a splash of steaming hot Luzianne coffee – just enough to turn the milk a tan color. We’d blow on it and blow on it and blow on it, sending the steam across the room, sipping from the saucer only when there was no more steam to blow. Me? I took part in the ritual up till the part of sipping the milked-down coffee. That was as far as I could go, and to this day, I’ve never even tried coffee.

Gifts You Don’t Have to Dust

I don’t care how many times you tell them, some people are convinced they’re not creative and, well, some folks are downright afraid to make blocks for The 70273 Project. Afraid they’ll do it wrong – Afraid of embarrassing themselves – Afraid to not know something.

Here’s how you can help them help us: if someone can’t (for whatever reason) donate blocks, maybe they’ll donate bucks. In addition to blocks and quilts, The 70273 Project has financial needs, so you see, there’s a way for everybody to help commemorate the 70273 people who died.

And here’s how I’ll help you help them help us . . . I’ve created several birthday cards ready for you to download, fold, sign, and mail. The cards ask people to donate blocks or bucks or both to The 70273 Project as a way to celebrate your birthday (and yes, there’s one for belated birthdays). In the coming weeks, I’ll be adding designs for other special occasions like Just Because, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, New Year’s, St. Patrick’s Day, April Fool’s, and well, you get the picture. Please let me know about appropriate holidays in the part of the world you call home, and I’ll design cards for those special occasions. I’ll even design one especially for you if you’d like. Just email me the particulars and give me 5-7 days to create it and email it back to you in ready-to-print .pdf form.

The cards print on one 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper, and if you live in a part of the world where there’s a different sized paper and will email me the measurements, I’ll create cards to print on your paper.

To use the cards:
1. Download the card you want to send.
2. Align the top edge of the page to the bottom edge, and crease to fold the paper in half.
3. Bring the two side edges together and crease to fold the paper in half again.
4. Sign the card.
5. Send to everybody you can think of.

These cards fit in 4.25″ x 5.75″ greeting card envelopes.  If you order them by using this link or the link in the right sidebar, it doesn’t cost you any more than ordering directly from Amazon, and The 70273 Project earns a few pennies on the purchase.

Here are the cards. Simply click the image to download:

Birthday Card #1, front:

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Birthday Card #1, inside:
This year I’ve added extra candles to my cake
and I’ll blow out each one with a wish
that you’ll help me celebrate
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of
the 70273 Project!

Birthday Card #2, front:

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Birthday card #2, inside:
What would I like to find in this box?
A note saying that you’ll help me celebrate
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of
The 70273 Project!

Birthday Card #3, front:

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Birthday card #3, inside:
Help me celebrate
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of
The 70273 Project!

Birthday card #4, front:

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Birthday card #4, inside:
This year, won’t you please
help me celebrate my birthday
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of 
The 70273 Project?

Birthday card #5, front:

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Birthday card #5, inside:
This year, won’t you please
help me celebrate my birthday
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of
The 70273 Project?

Birthday card #6, front:

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Birthday card #6, inside:
This year please don’t give me
something I have to wash or dust.
Help me celebrate my birthday
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of
The 70273 Project!

Birthday card #7, front:

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Birthday card #7, inside:
and celebrate my birthday
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of
The 70273 Project!

Birthday card belated #1, front

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Birthday card belated #1, inside:
You can help me celebrate my birthday
(or any other day, for that matter)
by making a block
or donating a buck
(or both)
in support of The 70273 Project.

Also inside each and every card . . .
Panel #2:
Jeanne Hewell-Chambers
is gathering quilt blocks
from around the world
(70,273 of them, to be exact)
to commemorate each of the
70,273 physically and mentally
disabled people who were
murdered by German Nazis in 1940-41.

Panel #3:
The base of the block is white to represent the medical records – the only information used by assessing physicians to make their evaluations. On the base are two red X’s to represent the death sentence because when two assessing physicians placed a red X on the medical record, the person’s fate was sealed and they were immediately murdered.

Because each block commemorates a perfectly imperfect person, blocks can be perfectly imperfect, too.

There are only other two guidelines:
~ finished blocks must be made in one of three sizes 3.5″ x 6.5″ (9 cm x 16.5 cm) or 6.5″ x 9.5″ (16.5 cm x 24.2 cm) or 9.5″ x 12.5″ (24.2 cm x 31.8 cm)
~ A completed and signed Provenance Form (release) must accompany the blocks

Panel #4:
For more information about The 70273 Project, visit www.The70273Project.org.

For more information on making blocks, fabric selection, the downloadable Provenance Form, and more, see The 70273 Project Directory in the right sidebar.

To make a donation, click on the “Donate” button in the right sidebar and follow the directions or mail a check made payable to The 70273 Project, Inc. and mail to POB 994 / Cashiers, NC 28717. The 70273 Project, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization, so donations are tax deductible.

Thank you for helping me celebrate my birthday in such a meaningful way!

And dear Readers, Makers, Piecers, Quilters, and Donors . . . however you participate, thank you for helping commemorate the 70273 people who might otherwise go forgotten.

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Other places to find and support The 70273 Project:

Subscribe to the blog (where all information is shared).

Join the English-speaking Facebook group – our e-campfire – where you can talk to other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Join the French-speaking Facebook group – our other e-campfire – where you can chat with other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Like the Facebook page where you can check in for frequent updates.

Follow the pinterest board for visual information.

Post using #the70273project on Instagram. (Please tag me, too, @whollyjeanne, so I don’t miss anything.)

And if you haven’t yet made some blocks, perhaps you’d like to put some cloth in your hands and join us.

Or maybe you’d like to gather friends and family, colleagues or students, club or guild members, etc. together and make a group quilt.

Week 36 in Review (10/17-23, 2016)

Another week spent with my daughter, Alison, as she recovers from a concussion, and this week found us having a MRI. Well, she had the MRI, but they asked me if I’d go in and talk to her because she’s claustrophobic. Turns out I couldn’t talk to her because she couldn’t hear me over the loud bing-bing-bings of the dreadfully tiny tunnel-like machine. And we didn’t find that out until after I’d removed all metal on my body – including  my unmentionables and glasses. I could, however, hold her foot, and I squeezed it in sync with her breathing, figuring it would keep her brain occupied trying to figure out what on earth I was doing.

Now from this blog post, it’s gonna’ look like I haven’t hit a lick all week, but I promise you that much work is being done in the background of The 70273 Project – things that I’ll be able to tell you about in the next few weeks. I added new links to the Clarions page. It’s so exciting to see blog posts being written, people joining in with enthusiasm and commitment, word spreading. If you pen a post, won’t you please send me a link so I can add you to the Clarions page?

To date, I’ve heard from people in 97 different countries (which kinda’ explains why I’m so embarrassingly behind in replying to emails. Know that I’m trying to get and stay caught up, though.)

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And now what you’ve all been waiting for. Thanks to the generous contributions of:
Marie-Christine Chausseraud (France)
Georganna Hawley (CA, USA)
Dawn Daymude (CA, USA)
Jill Hagemeier (IN, USA)
Paul Kolig (IN, USA)
Maria Conway (Argentina)
Anne Hill (Jersey, Channel Islands, UK)
Sue Harris (Jersey, Channel Islands, UK)
Gisele Therezien (Jersey, Channel Islands, UK)
Kim Monins (Jersey, Channel Islands, UK)
Lorraine Brogan (Jersey, Channel Islands, UK)
Edward Bell (Jersey, Channel Islands, UK)
Steph Hairon (Jersey, Channel Islands, UK)
Annie Hemmerlin (France)
Christine Guillemer (France)
Edith Paley (France)
Josee Jaerot (France
Marie-Jose Perin (France
Nadine Lavigne (France)
Sophie Raymond Frizzoneau (France)
Therese Lacombe (France)
Agnes Rozenknop (France)
Catherine Guignot Moraine (France)
Catherine Rozenknop (France)
Yolende Dray (France)
Laetitia Brugere (France)
Danielle Fayet (France)
Christianne Humbert (France)
Martine Priami (France)
Cecile Denis (France)
Claire Schwartz (France)
Dominique Deutsch (France)
Miajo Loth (France)
Marie-Claire Vagnati (France)
Chantal Legein-Kerkhofs (France)
Chloe Grice (France)
and
Nicole Dufour (France)
our current block count is 5085!
As Annie Hemmerlin wrote in an email to Chloe and me, “. . . although the mobilization is increasing, there is still MUCH MUCH to do.” Remember we are aiming to have all 70,273 blocks in my hands by the end of October 2017, so please keep stitching and tell everybody you can think of about the project and see if they won’t participate alongside you.

And with that, I wish you a good week and thank you all for your continued dedicating to commemorating these 70,273 vulnerable, voiceless people.

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Other places to gather around The 70273 Project water cooler:

Subscribe to the blog (where all information is shared).

Join the English-speaking Facebook group – our e-campfire – where you can talk to other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Join the French-speaking Facebook group – our other e-campfire – where you can chat with other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.

Like the Facebook page where you can check in for frequent updates.

Follow the pinterest board for visual information.

Post using #the70273project on Instagram. (Please tag me, too, @whollyjeanne, so I don’t miss anything.)

And if you haven’t yet made some blocks, perhaps you’d like to put some cloth in your hands and join us.

Or maybe you’d like to gather friends and family, colleagues or students, club or guild members, etc. together and make a group quilt.

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