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April Showers Brought… By Beverly Hicks Burch It hasn’t been a dry spring here in Bama. We’ve had our fair share of showers in April…and May and so far even in June. This is good news considering the drought situation we endured a few of years ago. According to my favorite weather people, James Spann… Continue reading April Showers Brought…, by Beverly Hicks Burch
C'est fini! Yep...it's a done deal yall...that puppy is finished. Click on over to Around the Block with the BamaSteelMagnolia to get a look and the first quilt project Tall and Handsome and I collaborated on...Enjoy!
Imagine you’re speeding down an interstate. You’re traveling at 55, 65 or 70 mph on you way to work, vacation or some other desired destination. You’ve had a pretty smooth trip so far, a little bump here and there. Along the way you’ve had to use a road map or atlas to help you find… Continue reading Oh Henry…Rachel that Is, by Beverly Hicks Burch
I thought you might be interested in seeing a little bit of what I've written on one of my genealogy websites. I recently had to write an introduction for the website and this is what I wrote... Welcome to the Hicks-Burch Family website…from Tennessee to New Mexico and back! Within its borders you will find… Continue reading About Roots…Families, by Beverly Hicks Burch
I decided to put together a slide show and share some of my quilts. What I have included is just a "bit"...a small amount of my work. About two years ago, my husband was transferred to our current location in, and as a result a lot of my work is still in storage...as are the… Continue reading Just a Bit of What I Do, By Beverly Hicks Burch
Physically, it started in 1986 when I was a young mother, but the roots go back further. It really started with a startling splash of color…red, purple, yellow and black are the most memorable colors radiating from the center of a Lone Star or as some people know it, the Star of Bethlehem. I don’t… Continue reading Why I Quilt, by Beverly Hicks Burch