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Quiltfolk Issues 19 + 23 + 29



Quiltfolk Issues 19 + 23 + 29

Original price was: $66.00.Current price is: $33.00.

Summer is just around the corner, which calls for… a road trip along the Eastern Seaboard! Stock up on your summertime Quiltfolk reading, and take a lounge chair adventure to Northern Florida, North Carolina, and New Jersey for just $33 and FREE SHIPPING!

About Issue 19: Northern Florida

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!

About Issue 23: North Carolina

North Carolina is brimming with amazingly talented makers who love their craft and their communities. From the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the first public university in the United States, to the state’s historic tobacco farms with an interesting and unexpected quilt history, this state is jam-packed with talented and passionate quilters. As is typical, the quiltfolk we met as we traveled around the state were a fantastically welcoming bunch! Come along as we explore the history and people of North Carolina.

About Issue 29: New Jersey

From the stunning High Point State Park, offering the highest elevation in the state and a monument commemorating New Jersey’s war veterans, to the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park, serving as a significant site in the development of America’s manufacturing industry, New Jersey is not lacking in things to boast about. And don’t forget the iconic Atlantic City Boardwalk, a bustling promenade filled with casinos, entertainment, and stunning ocean views. Quilters know their worth and deep history in New Jersey too. The Newark Museum of Art was one of the first museums in the country to recognize the importance of quilts and built an extensive collection. The unity found in the art of quilting, a cherished tradition that weaves the diverse fabric of New Jersey’s communities together, remains undisputed.


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