American Craft Magazine
"I guess my agenda has always been to make people aware of the beauty of the quilt. Not that it has to be defined as art—the object itself as a functional thing is such a beautiful expression. I love that from the same pattern in the hands of 10 different craftspeople, you’ll get a completely different look. There’s this amazing sharing of ideas and techniques and patterns that doesn’t exist in other art forms. Like songs that get passed along orally, quilt patterns get spread around, and the names change from “Snake-in-the-Grass” to “Drunkard’s Path.” That little piece of our history is to me so beautiful, it’s really something I wanted to celebrate."