Next week, thousands of quilt lovers from across the country and abroad will gather in Austin, Texas for QuiltCon 2015, the second national conference of The Modern Quilt Guild.
I will debut 20 quilts from my "Modern Materials, Quilts of the 1970s" exhibition, lead tours of all the special exhibits three mornings, give two lectures on Friday, and attend a few of the other events.
I am excited to see friends, meet new friends, and enjoy all the exquisite quilts on display. The quiltmakers of Gee's Bend will be there, and I hope Lucy Mingo makes the trip. I have one of her quilts and I just love her. QuiltCon has a mobile app, handy for keeping track of the busy schedule. Looks like it's going to be a great conference! More info, click here.
Soon after I get back from QuiltCon, I will present my second web seminar. The topic will be 1970s quilts, and the web seminar will take place on February 27th at 1pm eastern. Great opportunity for anyone who missed QuiltCon to learn about the quilts. It will be an eye-popping and an eye-opening presentation. For more information, click here.