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We’re back with season two of Curated Questions, a series of virtual panel discussions designed to give you a closer look at the inner workings of the quilting world. Join us as we take a deep dive into quilt shows!
Starting March 14, each week we’ll host a lively discussion with several experts who will share information and answer your questions about how to find shows and submit your work for exhibition, what it’s like to judge and jury a show, how to organize your own local show, and more.
Check out our great list of panelists:
- Quilt Shows Overview: Clara Nartey, Carolina Oneto, Stephanie Zacharer Ruyle
- Best Practices for Submitting Your Work:Cassandra Beaver, Leslie Tucker Jenison, Bill Reker
- How to Organize Your Own Local Show:Melissa Everett, Jennifer Fons, Dianne Semark
- Quilt Show Judging: Cindy Erickson, Teresa Duryea Wong
- Quilt Show Jurying: Amanda Bernay, Sheila Frampton-Cooper, Ann Johnston
Meet Christine & Amy
We bonded over our love of quilts and found the number of modern quilt shows in our area lacking. Knowing that this is the case for quilters everywhere, we decided to create a regular source of inspiration that can be enjoyed anywhere! Curated Quilts celebrates the community that we love being a part of and can't wait to inspire you.
I enjoyed Negative Space. It was really well done!
I enjoyed the magazine very much. It's a keeper. I am going to subscribe. I just wish you still had it in paper! But I totally understand. I love the patterns and all the eye candy. Keep it up
Loved looking through this magazine and checking out the info. Always learn something new
Truly enjoyed! Excellent combination of history, technique, and personal stories. And I always find inspiration and new folks to follow on instagram.
As always CQ came out with a beautiful issue of their quarterly magazine. It was an interesting issue but unfortunately, I prefer quilts that are sweet and pretty, not so much abstract. Also, I was thrilled when my little quilt was chosen to be featured in the mini quilt challenge section - but was disappointed to hear only digital copies were going to be produced. I was really hoping to receive a hard copy.
Wide variety of examples of abstract quilts. Loved the stories behind the creation and inspiration of the work. Inspired me to try new designs and techniques. Always great to get a kick start on new projects.
I love looking through all the beautiful quilts, I don’t have any big quilt shows in my area, so I love the selection of quilts in this beautiful format.
Please bring back print issues. I go back through my old issues for inspiration. The digital ones are not always at my fingertips.
I've been getting Curated Quilts sinces its inception, I started getting the digital copies when postage became too expensive. The digital magazine arrives instantly and I love being able to read it on my iPad and zooming in all the photos for the details that you don't quite see in print.
Always a great pleasure to see and read the new issue. Thank you all so much for your work.