Quiltcast #30 :: Quilting With a Modern Slant

How do you define yourself as a quilter? There are lots of different types of quilts to make, but do they define us as quilters? April and I share our thoughts on modern quilting, and would love to continue the conversation with you! Share your thoughts in the comments, or email us!

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Weeks’ review of Quilting with a Modern Slant is what started our conversation, one that we’ve had on a number of occasions.

Weeks Ringle, and Bill Kerr have written a number of books for the modern quilter – be sure to check them out!

We are looking forward to getting our own copies of Quilting with a Modern Slant and you can learn more about the book and Rachel May, the author – here.


We always welcome your feedback, and hope to see your paper pieced blocks!

All of our episodes are available here on the blog, on iTunes and Stitcher.

Thanks for tuning in! Email your feedback here!

Your ratings and reviews are welcome on iTunes and Stitcher, as well –

Thanks! Amy

By | 2017-02-27T10:28:37+00:00 March 26th, 2014|podcast, Quiltcast|1 Comment

One Comment

  1. NONNIE March 28, 2014 at 6:44 am - Reply

    I have ordered the book from Amazon .. I have been delving into Modern Quilting in a big way .. theoretically …. I love many of patterns but I have too big of a stash older fabric … not sure if they will translate to what is DEFINED by the MQG. I have yet to see any technique that have not been used in the past historically but many modern quilters present them as if they invented the technique. … I find it irritating when I read a blog or article that does NOT at minimum acknowledge of the historical roots of their work. Like you said… they claim they invented the wheel.

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