Conversations with quilters, designers, tool-makers, all kinds of people connected to the quilting industry. Hobby quilters, famous quilters, and everyone in between. A research podcast from Tulane Law School hosted by Elizabeth Townsend Gard. Yes, some talk about copyright and intellectual property law too and how it connects to quilting.
Barbara Garlock and Virginia Hodge of DC Quilters talks about the DC Statehood Quilt Challenge
Barbara Garlock and Virginia Hodge of DC Quilters talk to us today about a quilting challenge for DC statehood, disenfranchisement, and the importance of voting and staying informed on local politics. Learn more about them at https://lwv-va.org/2021/07/30/quilts4dc-statehood-quilt-challenge/
Quilter Tara Miller of the Quilt District catches up with us about her new projects
Tara Miller of the Quilt District joins us to talk about her new projects including the Quilt District on the Road and the series Six Know It Alls (quilters of course). Her website: http://www.quiltdistrict.com. She also talks about American Quilt Study Group, which is she very involved. https://americanquiltstudygroup.org/.
Sara Seuberling of Electric Quilt join us to talk about the new edition of Barbara Brackman's classic
Sara Seuberling has worked at EQ since college, and tells us about the software company, the relationship with AccuQuilt, and the creation of the new edition of the Barbara Brackman's Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, https://electricquilt.com/online-shop/encyclopedia-of-pieced-quilt-patterns/. We also talk about EQ Academy, which has its upcoming session in Ohio on September 9-11.
Quilter on Fire Brandy Maslowski joins us to talk about TikTok, Embrodiery, and Podcasting
Brandy is a fellow quilt podcaster, and also is active on TikTok as Quilter on Fire. She joins us to talk about her latest project, and the role of social media in building her brand. See https://www.quilteronfire.com.
Famous Quilter and Entrepreneur Christa Watson comes by to visit and catch up on the last year
Christa Watson, who has been on the show twice before, comes back to tell us about her year. (See Episodes https://www.spreaker.com/episode/15172864 and https://www.spreaker.com/episode/17863739. She's a fabric and pattern designer, and an entrepreneur. Come here her discuss her last year, and her thoughts on the future.
Famous Quilter Dora Carey of Orange Dot Quilts catches us up
Dora Carey, of Orange Dot Quilts, http://www.orangedotquilts.com, come back to chat with us about her COVID-19 year, where she made a mask pattern and video that got 2 million hits, transforming her business almost instantly. Now, she's getting ready to open a shop. Listen to her original interview from 2018 here: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/14253174.
Great content, terrible audio
I really enjoy this quilting podcast. The conversations are very genuine, relaxed, and intelligent. My only issue is that I would think by now they would have better audio control. Listening in the car, it’s frequent to have one speaker sound like they are shouting and then the next is inaudible.
I love this podcast! It’s extremely informative, addresses various aspects of the industry, and always provides new information. There is always something to learn. The enthusiasm of the speakers shows and it’s contagious. Thank you for helping us learn more about business, planning, and creating! Sincerely, @quilting.in.romania
Started off as a good podcast. Sound quality and content has fallen off. WAY off.