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Boston Globe article

OPEN STUDIOS

Art on the wall, underfoot

Email|Print| Text size + By Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / October 13, 2007

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Not all of the artists participating in this weekend's Open Studios in Roxbury make traditional visual art like paintings. Some make art you can wear. For instance, Elizabeth Dawan-Abdullah, of Eada Fashions, designs quilts and slippers (left). The blankets are made from toasty polyester batting. The slippers are made from cotton and fleece. You'll need them sooner than you think. Eada Fashions will be at the First Church of Roxbury in John Eliott Square. Open Studios runs today and tomorrow from 11 to 6 p.m. For a full list of Roxbury Open Studios artists, visit ros.xbuild.com


7/15/07

Sewing for Peace

Below is a link to a Boston Globe article and pictures of Eada Fashions owner assisting in the collaboration of a quilt destined for a Quaker House in Ramallah where Israelis and Palestinians will be holding peace talks.

 

http://www.boston.com/news/local/articles/2007/02/17/quilters_hope_to_link_patchwork_of_views/

 

This is a separate link to the Middle East Dialogue Quilt with pictures

 

http://dialoguequilt.blogspot.com/

 


7/15/07

2007 Charitable Goal

For 2007 Eada Fashions is building into its growth plan, a Boston Community charity; The Boston All Stars which concentrates its efforts on inner city youth.