(photo taken by Ryan Handt)
Zak Foster is a teacher and improvisational quilter living in Brooklyn, New York. I learned about him through his kickstarter campaign for a long arm machine. His videos were outstanding and work inspiring. Here are a few of his quilts:[one_half] [/one_half][one_half_last] [/one_half_last]
You can see his portfolio here. During our conversation, we talk about how the Gee’s Bend quilters influenced his decision to create quilts, the beauty of imperfect quilts, the effect of living in New York on his creative process and the process he went through for his Kickstarter campaign. Zak is charming and I know you will love hearing his story.
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Notes from the Show:
Irene Williams (Gee’s Bend quilter)