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Spiritual Life

Quilters hope to link patchwork of views

From left, A. Reyyan Bilse, Muhammed Yildirim, Joan Karp, Vincent Dorio, and Elizabeth Quinlan made self-portraits for a quilt for a Quaker meeting house in Ramallah. From left, A. Reyyan Bilse, Muhammed Yildirim, Joan Karp, Vincent Dorio, and Elizabeth Quinlan made self-portraits for a quilt for a Quaker meeting house in Ramallah. (DAVID KAMERMAN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Rich Barlow
February 17, 2007

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History recalls no instance of a quilting bee having changed the world. But might one nudge humanity, slightly, toward its better nature? (Full article: 769 words)

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