Wilhelmina Thomas (left) and Edwina Taylor, members of Bib & Tucker Sew-Op, during a sewing session at the Birmingham Museum of Art. (Photo by: Erica Wright | The Birmingham Times)
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Bib & Tucker Sew-op to recognize Alabama’s unsung heroines

THE BIRMINGHAM TIMES — Every year since the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery marches in 2015, members of the Bib and Tucker Sew-Op have selected a human-or civil-rights theme around which they design quilts and foster open discussion. This year commemorates Alabama’s bicentennial, and the group will spend the year recognizing the state’s unsung heroines through its March Quilts project. […read more]

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