The modern quilt world's obsession with straight lines and symmetry rubs quilter Mike "Mac" McNamara the wrong way; he never cared for prescribed patterns. His emotionally evocative quilts reflect on life's biggest issues: desire, grief, politics and childlike wonder. Often as humorous as they are c ... More >>
"These aren't your grandmother's quilts," said Marcie Emily, docent at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, while leading a tour through MANifestations, the twelfth biennial exhibition of quilts made by men. As she walked by each quilt, she discussed techniques, the price of the fabric, and which were h ... More >>
Skirts are usually used to cover things up, but fashion designer Jasmine Zion decided to turn things inside out recently when she quilted a skirt based on vaginas to auction off at a fundraiser for a scholarship benefiting survivors of interpersonal violence (that is, violence between people who kno ... More >>
Quilting gets in covered in depth at the DAM.
The playwrights intentions are good, but the results are piecemeal.
Dragons Tale Music
The Silk Pincushion
Live at Bonnaroo (ATO Records)
Quiltspeak: Stories in Stitches
A new exhibit showcases Wyoming quilter Anne Olsen's work.
A small-town craft is getting the big-city treatment at two downtown museums.
The white author of a book on quilting thinks her black male co-author is getting all the credit.
At the Blue Jay Inn in Buffalo Creek, life sews on.