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Quilt shows cover it all, from the visionary to the colorful

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / September 12, 2004

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LOWELL -- Quilts -- warm, fuzzy, and familiar -- can be a big draw at a museum or gallery, or in this case a city. Lowell hosted its Quilt Festival in August, with events and exhibitions at six local venues. Three exhibitions, at the American Textile History Museum, the Whistler House Museum, and the Brush Art Gallery, have gone beyond ... (Full Article: 1044 Words)

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