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Victoria Findlay Wolfe
Interviewed by Elizabeth Townsend Gard
Date March 2018
Famous quilter, Victoria Findlay Wolfe talks with us!
Trained Artist (as painter, painting her sadness; but when she makes quilts, its about pure joy)
2008: her generation of quilters...
Won QuiltCon with Double Wedding Ring pattern - started it all for her
Role of family in her quilting
Role of YouTube Videos
Publication: Double Wedding Rings Made Modern
Your process of design
Living in New York; Studio on Long Island
English Paper Piecing with Beatrice (her daughter)
Role of Quilt Market
Clean versus messy studios
Sews on a Juki
"Just because" project --
Story Bee for Quilt Alliance
Shop in NY
Economics of her business
Design wall. How do you keep it together?
The Process - do you ever through things out?
Life as a painter; life as a quilter
NYC Store versus online shop
Logo: Hexies "Fresh. Modern. Timeless.
"Ask me Anything" Event with Paul Nadelson and Marianne Fons September 13, in Winterset, Iowa
Kid off to college
Creating Custom Quilts
The Role of the Quilt Allaince
International Quilt Study Center
- Modern Quilt Magic
- 15 Minutes of Play
- Double Wedding Rights
Fabric Designer for Marcus Fabrics - Studio 48
Thread designer for Aurifil Threads
Juki America Ambassaod
NYC MOD Quilters
The Stitch TV
Threads of Resistance
Quilts and Health
Husband: Seeing Slowly by Michael Findlay (art dealer)