Quilt shows are a great way to observe quilters “in their natural environment”. We can talk about flying geese, color selection, crinkle texture or burying our threads and suddenly we are speaking the same language. Offhand, I can’t remember who introduced me to Sarah Bond at Quilt Con but I am eternally grateful they did. As happens at large events, we didn’t get a chance to delve into a conversation yet I felt an instant connection to her. Later on, I found her quilt, Release the Geese II, in the show and felt a deeper connection. (Her quilt won third place in the Modern Traditionalist category.)
Living in Philadelphia, Sarah is a quilter, teacher and mother. During our podcast, we talk about the interaction between her quilts and her family’s history, fostering a community through teaching, how her practice has changed since the election, and more.
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