Welcome! We are multi-faceted. We began as a research podcast by Dr. Townsend Gard at Tulane University Law School.
We've grown into a community about quilting, crafting, entrepreneurship and intellectual property.
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Interviewed by Elizabeth Townsend Gard
Date March 2018
She is an icon, a super-star in quilting. I'm not even sure what to write about her. To me, she's everything -- creative, interesting, smart. And I'm thrilled that she agreed to be interviewed.
her quilting life
Modern Quilt Guild
Bang Your Dead
The quilting process v piecing
Your classes: the role of that in your career
Slice and Insert Improv
Piecing hexagon class
QuiltCon Lecture Series 2013 (on Craftsy)
Creative Quilting with your Walking Foot
Improv piecing at Craftsy (I've watched)
Tutorials on your website (directions, not videos)
The photograph on your website - so beautiful
Your audience; their level of skill
Quilts in Angela Walter's book, Free motion quilting
Publishing in magazines
Building a career
Sabbatical in 2019 and 2020
Based in Kansas City
What is Modern Quilting?
Role of IP in her thoughts
Book: Modern Quilts: Designs of the New Century
Action Kivu = help women in the Congo learn to sew
Book: Master Machine Quilting with your Walking Foot
Mighty Lucky Quilting Club and Lucky Spool Media
Craft foam: why is it your favorite material?
Letter to President Trump last summer
The role of guilds - local and national
Thoughts on the Jaftex purchase of Free Spirit