In the days and weeks that lead up to Quilt Market, Moda designers are in a frenzy of sewing. While sewing on-the-job sounds like a dream come true, trying to get it done on a tight deadline can be tough. And trying to create multiple quilts, bags, garments, and other items and display them beautifully is no easy task. Continue reading
That sounds a little like a milestone from my baby book, doesn’t it? It should! Though I first started attending Quilt Market in Houston nine years ago, this year really did feel like a case of “baby’s first steps.”
Those steps started months ago, when Moda asked me to design a line of fabric based on feed sacks.
We’ve all seen the surveys… the “average quilter” is a woman in her late 50s. We may need to skew that number down a little bit.
From 4,679 miles away, it’s clear that Christopher Wilson-Tate’s adores textiles. Continue reading
That’s right. Linzee McCray! The same Linzee who writes a weekly post for The Cutting Table!