Life is sew beautiful at Bucks Quilt Show

I was interviewed by Philly.com about the Bucks County Quilt Show. The following is an excerpt from the interview.

One day, the museum in that North Jersey city opened a quilt exhibition, and “I just went crazy.” She asked the curator how quilters sewed hundreds of tiny triangles and squares together and somehow made it work. The curator wondered if she sewed, and Laing replied that she had made her mini dress from Indian bedspreads and had hand-stitched everything else she was wearing, except her John Lennon glasses and Jim Morrison boots.

Read more of the interview here.

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About Author: Donna Laing
Donna Laing is a quiltmaker who is passionate about her craft. She enjoys both traditional and contemporary quilting, and has an abiding interest in antique quilts. She has been quilting for over 40 years, and has made hundreds of quilts. She is the owner of North Star Quality Quilting, a professional longarm quilting service operated from her home in Bucks County.