From modern quilt pattern designs to web-based design software, from creating an exchange for unwanted fabric to “local” online fabric shops, the quilting community is a vibrant place of ingenuity, entrepreneurship, and incredible creativity. Quilt Buzz aims to create a platform to learn more about the “every” quilters’ stories from across the global quilting community, focusing on up-and-coming projects and people that are pushing the boundaries.
Episode 027: Laura of @quiltfortco
In this episode we: reflect on the power of confidence, explore how to take good quilt photos, compare notes about post-modern minimalism, and evaluate the superpowers of hot pink.
Episode 026: Christopher of @the_tattooed_quilter
In this episode we: contemplate the crossover between architecture and quilting, examine the exaggerated claims of the death of blogs, evaluate the Starbucks-like ubiquity of quilt shops in Salt Lake City, and assess the practicalities of a fabric ball pit.
Episode 025: Mary of @marygoroundquilts
In this episode we: discuss the proper way to eat pasta, examine the guts it takes to start something new, compare notes about the best way to get things done, and most importantly we learn about Mary's Quilters Better Together Membership (a new platform to highlight quilters, pattern designers. and fabric designers of color).
Episode 024: Elizabeth of @quilters_candy
In this episode we: discuss the bliss of not knowing when you're making a mistake, explore the power of virtual connectivity, compare notes about finding your personal style, and think back to the days of Friendster.
Episode 023: Linli of @lambandloomfabrics
In this episode we: dig in to how to take gorgeous pictures of fabric, assess the adventurous nature of quilters, debate how one can resist buying all the fabric, and evaluate our knee health.
Episode 022: Oon of @grape.soda.studio
In this episode we: evaluate the pros and cons of buying all the fabric, speculate on an alternate reality where the great singer-songwriter "Barry Quilts" takes the world by storm, commiserate over rookie mistakes, and dub 2020 the year of mask making.
Thank you for all of your hard work developing this podcast. It’s a fun listen and a great distraction.
So happy to have found this podcast!!!
Great listen! Anna, Wendy and Amanda are funny, and relatable. Looking forward to hearing many more episodes.
Such a fun podcast for modern quilters.