Word’s Getting Out: International Quilt Festival Quilt Scene 2016 Magazine

So this came in the mail today . . .



Thank you, assistant editor Katie Chicarello for including us in your International Quilt Festival Quilt Scene magazine! If you’re on facebook, maybe you want to click on the link to show them a little love and thank them for including us.

Do you know of a periodical that might print an article about The 70273 Project? If so, please send me an email or drop off a comment. (Bonus points if you send me specific information like who to contact and a link or an email address.)


  1. Nancy Carroll

    awesome, Jeanne, you’re getting the word out in a spectacular way … 🙂

  2. Denniele Bohannon

    Awesome coverage!!!!

  3. Sandy Snowden

    Hi Jeanne, Great news!
    a couple periodicals here in the UK. The Quilter – British Quilt Guild
    http://www.quiltersguild.org.uk/membership/the-quilter Editor Anne Williams
    Anne is also technical editor at Popular Patchwork. You can see the name of a few other UK quilt mags at Anne’s about page http://www.anne-williams.co.uk/about.html

    British Patchwork and Quilt Magazine http://inspiredtomake.com/zone/patchwork-quilting/about-us editor Joanna Kent – [email protected]

    Also Through Our Hands – an e-mag that is very popular. Annabel Rainbow and Laura Kemshall http://www.throughourhands.co.uk/ [email protected] or [email protected]

    Also you might get gallery space through Twisted Threads (Upper Street Events), either Festival of Quilts or Knitting and Stitching Shows. http://www.upperstreetevents.net/ click on events and then on the boxes with Festival of Quilts or the Knitting and Stitching shows.
    Content Director-Helen Beveridge [email protected]
    Should keep you busy! I also wondered when it is you are coming to Guernsey and France. I might be able to connect you to some people/groups here in the rest of the UK if you are willing to extend your time or if you are willing to come back.
    Sandy in the UK or email me [email protected]

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