Meet some of the amazing people I met at Quiltcon and hear their stories with the Humans of Quiltcon. I would love to hear your stories of Quiltcon too! What was your favourite class? Did you learn anything new or maybe you had an awesome experience that you would like to share? Leave a comment and tell us your Quiltcon story.
#HumansofQuiltcon The Gees Bend improv is hard – it’s hard to let go. I bought some scraps and started randomly sewing and, I actually liked it! • Trudy • Quilt credits: Fractured Triangles by Paula Leber @bubbabean22, pattern by Katie Larson and Quilting by Denise Pitts Best. #quiltcon A photo posted by Crystal ✌️ (@raspberryspool) on
#HumansofQuiltcon There is a lot of age diversity here, and a lot of last minute visitors who just couldn’t stay away. The quilts are getting a lot of attention from the older generation as well as antique dealers and auctioneers, it’s pretty exciting. • Bill • Quilt credits: from the Volckening 1970s collection. #quiltcon
#HumansofQuiltcon I’m getting a piece to commemorate what quilting means to me. Quilting is my sanity, my creative outlet. • Jo-Anne • Tattoo credits: by Stacey Martin. #quiltcon A photo posted by Crystal ✌️ (@raspberryspool) on
#HumansofQuiltcon I started Refresh when I left Quiltcon last time. I was was listening to Seattle band, Common Market and the lyrics are on the back. Quilting is a release for the hard work I do. If I didn’t have quilting, I couldn’t do my work. • Anna • Quilt credits: Refresh by Anna Boenish (Third place in Modern Traditionalism) @quiltingqueerly #quiltcon