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Carrie Shelby of Quilter's Crossing Inc Quilt Show
Interviewed by Elizabeth Townsend Gard
Date March 2018
Carrie is new to quilting, but not sewing. She joined a guild two years ago, and she is experiencing helping to organize her first show. She talks about learning to be an art quilter and what she's discovering along the way.
[Note: the guild is non-profit, but the show is for-profit. I forgot to ask her why that is. She's coming back as a post-show guest to talk about what happened. Ask her about htat]
Quilting Two Year
Pattern maker for Butterick
- Show and Tell
- Activity at the guild
- Qualities: generous; gift economy; utilitarian;
- Membership co-chair and new members
- Opportunity Quilt
Always thinking about the person
Goal: to take as many classes
Challenge quilt. Everyone gets the same fat quater. Theme. "Telling tales"
Quilts on Display at Gallery
Not thinking about money; more about the process
David Taylor (applique)
Ellen Linor (double reverse applique)