I started looking for Margaret's on a whim and discovered many interesting women through such an arbitrary quest. I write about them on my blog…
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a colorful quilt hanging on the wall
Kawandi Adventure: Quilts by Margaret Fabrizio
Madder Plaids by Margaret Fabrizio, 2014.
a piece of art that is hanging up on the side of a wall and has many different colors
The Plaid Portico
Plaids Gone Mad by Margaret Fabrizio, 2014.
an older woman is holding a cup in her right hand and looking down at it
Goodbye Dorothy Dean: Woman who served as last home economics specialist at The Spokesman-Review dies at 89
Goodbye Dorothy Dean: Margaret Heimbigner served as last home economics specialist at The Spokesman-Review dies at 89 | The Spokesman-Review
a stained glass window depicting the virgin mary
Saint Margaret, Queen of Scotland
St. Margaret of Scotland: Her name signifies pearl, a fitting name, says Theodoric, her confessor and her first biographer, for one such as she. Her soul was like a precious pearl; a life spent amidst the luxury of a royal court never dimmed its luster or estranged it from Him who had bought it with His blood. She was the granddaughter of an English king; in 1070 she became the bride of Malcolm of Scotland, thereafter reigning as Queen until her death in 1093. #Catholic #saintoftheday #pray
a poem written in black and white with the words'the moment, when many years of hard work and long voyage you stand in the centre of your room, is available at
We never belonged to you. You never found us. It was always the other way round. Margaret Atwood
black and white photograph of a woman sitting on a couch
Margaret Atwood: Love & Destruction - The 92nd Street Y, New York
Margaret Atwood: Love & Destruction Mar 31, 1975 - an excerpt from Margaret Atwood’s first appearance at 92Y in March of 1975. She read from a collection of poems, You Are Happy. ( )
an art piece made out of metal and wood with blue glass in the center, on a white background
Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, Window, detail of a cupboard, 1898-1899
an icon of the mother and child with red robes, holding a bowl in her hands
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Saint Margaret of Scotland
Feast of St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland; Christian Religious Observance; November 16; Hungarian-born noblewoman, wife of Malcolm III of Scotland; known for her personal piety, work with poor people, and support of the clergy. A patron saint of Scotland.
a pink background with the quote if i waited for perfection, i would never write a word
GIRLBOSS QUOTE: Don't wait. // If I waited for perfection, I would never write a word. -Margaret Atwood
a painting of flowers in a glass vase on a table next to a pine cone
Paintings - Margaret Hannah Olley - Page 4 - Australian Art Auction Records
Dry Still Life Margaret Olley
a painting of red flowers in a black pot
still life quick heart
Margaret Preston Australian Gum Blossoms 1929
a quilted table runner with purple flowers and green leaves on the edges, along with an intricately designed border
Zen Garden at Mainely Quilts of Love
Absolutely lovely! Zen Garden, made and quilted by Margaret Solomon Gunn,
a quilted wall hanging with many different colored flowers on it's sides and an intricate design in the middle
Sewing & Quilt Gallery
Margaret Solomon Gunn quilt "Bouquet Royale" (center of), finished (soon) 2015 Quilts of Love AMAZING WORK