Earlier in the month we were in New York and I made the usual visit to the American Museum of Folk Art. There are two sites and each had quilt exhibits so it was areal treat.
Amongst the pictures that I took were some great examples of Utility Quilting.
Amish Waves all over these lovely stars.
A tied quilt.
Amish wave border.
Utility quilting has been a passion for a long time. I've been teaching classes and sewing quilts, which have now turned into a book! This is being published by the great folk at Landauer this summer. My other book on Quilting-as-you-Go is also now being printed by them so we are looking forward to a busy Quilt Market Spring and Fall!
Whilst I was in New York I popped in for a quick visit with Victoria from Bumblebeans blog. It was great to chat in person! She really does get so much done. And now she has a lovely exhibit at a local gallery. It looks great! That 'Kitchen Sink' quilt is still my favourite!
Thanks for taking time our for me to visit Victoria!