June 9, 2014 Pat Sloan hosts American Patchwork and Quilting Radio

Pat Sloan: Deb Luttrell, Rachel May, and Pat Meinecke Join me on my All Quilting Podcast

Traditionals old and new are the theme running through the show today! From the classics. to modern and everything inbetween, these quilt makers have a story to share. Listen in!

Pat Sloan American Patchwork and Quilting radio Deb Luttrell 2014 guest

I've taught many workshops and some of the ones I love the best are the workshops I've taught on a cruise ship. There is nothing like a group of quilters on vacation in the sun for a week during the brutal dead of winter... it's a party from the moment they set foot aboard! Deb Luttrell and her team run a very successful quilt shop and have awesome travel business with tours for quilters.  Deb's joining me to talk about what a quilt cruise is like and she'll also share what she is doing in her new Craftsy workshop! (Deb's quilt shown is in the August 2014 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine)



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Pat Sloan American Patchwork and Quilting radio Rachel May guest

Author Rachel May's book 'Quilting with a Modern Slant' intriqued me. I couldn't wait to get a copy to see the collection of quiltmakers and quilters she curated into a book of modern 'slants'.  From my idol 'Anna Willams' to newer quiltmakers like Debbie Grifka, she weaves the story of her inspirations into a book that has great variety of style, with a thread of modern in them. Today I'll find out how she developed this group of quiltmakers to share and she'll give us some tips on how to 'find our people'.


Pat Sloan American Patchwork and Quilting radio Pat Meinecke guest

Years ago one of my office mates and her husband would take a week of vacation and travel to the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC to learn a craft. She would come back with wooden spoons and he made musical instruments.  At the time I sewed and was learning stain glass, I didn't quilt yet. I loved hearing about the week long workshops she went to and the schools amazing program of teaching the folk crafts.  Today I have the Resident Quilter, Pat Meinecke, from the John C. Campbell Folk School here to tell me about the history and the quilting done there!



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