Quiltfolk Issue 19 (Northern Florida)
Buy Issue 19 (Northern Florida) of Quiltfolk magazine.
Even people who don’t live in the US know that Florida is one of the most unique states in the country – a melting pot, heated by sunshine, that blends wildly disparate climates and lifestyles. While southern Florida has close ties to its Latin and Caribbean neighbours, northern Florida belongs more to the American South. Think front porch swings rather than Miami nightclubs.
In this issue, Valerie Goodwin and Carolyn Friedlander make quilts that combine their love of art and architecture; Kathy Metelica Cray and Teddy Pruett keep the nation’s quilt traditions alive; and from her homestead, quilt superstar Vanessa Vargas Wilson has built a global empire with tomato plants, family ties and a passion for quilts.
Watch for gators and grab a slice of key lime pie – it’s time for some northern Florida sweetness!
What is Quiltfolk magazine?
Whether you’re looking for traditional, modern, antique or art quilts, this beautiful magazine has it all. Quiltfolk travels America state by state with a team of writers and photojournalists to uncover spectacular stories, meeting and interviewing incredible members of the quilting community – shop owners, designers, collectors, scholars, curators and everyday quilters – to learn about their lives and work. Each quarterly issue is a new and inspiring adventure!
This magazine is available in PAPER format. 164 pages, offset printed and perfect bound, full colour on uncoated paper, completely advertisement-free. Printed in the USA.
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