Sara Schechner

Sara Schechner

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Cambridge and Newton, MA / Exploring the material culture of science, history, and art. Making tangible things from fabric and sunlight. Museum curator, historian of science, and artist.
Sara Schechner
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Material Obsession - Doves in the Window .ru

Doves in the Window from Making Quilts: the promise of joy by Kathy Doughty especially the unique plaid background fabric paired up with the busy floral sashing

The Time Is N♀w

We vow to stand with our fellow LGBT friends, people of color, fellow women, and all who are terrified. We will fight for change.

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the Desert Peridot'  (Rise & Shine)--blooms late spring to mid fall, full or partial sun, 2-3" tall, space 12-24" apart.

Delosperma cooperi 'Jewel of the Desert Peridot' (Rise & Shine)--blooms late spring to mid fall, full or partial sun, tall, space apart.

Aquilegia buergeriana ‘Calimero’, blooms lat spring to fall, full or partial sun, low water, grows 8" tall, space 10-12" apart.  Perennial

Columbines have been grown in gardens for centuries, and are among the most popular of perennials. Hummingbirds will often drop in to sip nectar from the flowers. This dwarf selection features bicoloured flowers of.