Victoria Findlay Wolfe is probably best known for her series on double wedding ring quilts and won Best in Show for her “Double Edged Love” quilt at Quilt Con 2013. Her modern interpretation of the traditional double wedding ring quilt challenged quilters to think about how they can tell their stories through their quilts. Even though I knew a bit about her, I wanted to know more. (That sentiment explains how I choose many of my podcast guests!)
During our conversation, we talk about how her double wedding ring quilts serve as a vehicle to share her experiences, the inspiration she finds with her 15 minutes of play and the lessons she wants everyone to know about improv sewing.
Would you like to win a copy of Victoria’s Double Wedding Ring Quilts book and her own double wedding rings templates? Leave a comment here with your favorite part of the interview and you will be entered for a chance to win. (GIVEAWAY CLOSED)
The winner is Mary on Lake Pulaski![one_half] [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
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Here are links to topics discussed during the show:
Kim Werker (author of the Mighty Ugly book)
15 minutes of Play — Improvisational Quilts: Made-Fabric Piecing Traditional Blocks Scrap Challenges (Daisy reviews Victoria’s book here)