Kept In Stitches

Confessions of a fabric hoarder

Today was the opening reception for a new modern quilt exhibit at the Ontario Museum of History and Art called Modern Quilts: Redesigning Traditions. Greg and I both participated in this exhibit in different ways…Greg designed the logo for the exhibit, and I entered 3 different quilts. The theme was modern quilting inspired by traditional block pattern or style. I really can’t say enough kind things about how everything looked. The museum painted the wall behind my quilt, Kailani, and now I’m thinking about that quilt on my bed with an accent wall painted that color. A special thank you to Georganna Hawley for curating this incredible exhibit!

One thought on “Modern Quilts: Redesigning Traditions

  1. Georganna Hawley says:

    Great photos (by Greg no doubt).
    I think this exhibit will inspire traditional quilters an modern quilty type alike. Go see it. Free admission, free parking and 78 fabulous quilts! Scott, your quilting is just jealous-making.


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