Quiltfolk 19

I have something fun to share!

wall collage with mini quilts, Florida tea towel, postcards and pictures
Photo by Quiltfolk

I’m excited (and honored!) to be included in the latest issue of Quiltfolk magazine that is out today–Quiltfolk 19.

Carolyn holding a small, colorful Everglade quilt under a tree
Photo by Quiltfolk

If you are unfamiliar with Quiltfolk, it’s a really well done, ad-free publication profiling quilts and makers around the country. Each issue focuses on one state–or half a state, as is the case with the latest issue devoted to “Northern Florida.” (As someone born and raised in the state, we say “North,” “South” and “Central Florida” but small details…) I’m super honored to be included and representing Central Florida in this issue.

Carolyn at her cutting table in her studio looking at a quilt
Photo by Quiltfolk

There are many wonderful things about Quiltfolk, but one that makes it so special is how they send a team of writers and photographers on site to get the best feeling for whatever they are covering. They had to make a few adjustments during Covid, but it was really fun to host a small Quiltfolk team a couple of months ago. They graciously captured images from my home and studio (above) as well as some of my favorite local spots like the clay roads and my parents’ ranch (below).

Greyscale Aerial quilt draped on a live oak with Spanish moss and dappled sunlight
Photo by Quiltfolk

The people at Quiltfolk have generously let me share images from the shoot, which I’m delighted to share with you here and in the future. A couple of the projects above (from the top) are a collage in my studio, a mini Everglade quilt, me in my studio with my Spools quilt, and my latest Aerial project under a Live Oak at my parents’ ranch.

If you’d like to pick up a copy of the magazine (or anything else in their shop) they’ve given me a coupon code to share with you for 20% off your purchase. Use “CarolynQF19” at checkout between July 1 – 31, 2021.

About Quiltfolk

Quiltfolk 19 magazine cover
Photo by Quiltfolk

Quiltfolk is a community-supported, print-only, quarterly magazine focused on quilt history and quilt culture in America. We aim to celebrate the people and stories behind the stitches. Our 164-page publication is 100% advertisement free. Each issue features a different state and showcase quilters, shop owners, historians, designers, and crafters who shape quilt culture in their area. With striking photography and detailed storied, our magazine invites you to travel with us from the comfort of your own space–wherever you like to read (or sew)!

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8 Responses to Quiltfolk 19

  1. Marcia July 1, 2021 at 11:35 am #

    What wonderful news! Can’t wait see your feature. That image of the Aerial quilt is stunning. Quiltfolk is a beautiful publication, and I hope this means they will begin including more modern quilters and designers.

    • carolyn friedlander July 3, 2021 at 10:24 am #

      Thanks, Marcia! I agree, they do such a beautiful job!

  2. rebeca July 1, 2021 at 11:45 am #

    I think you have a birthday coming up (if so happy birthday). So, how fantastic! Quiltfolk…it’s such a great magazine and you are featured…so, yeah..I am going to order a copy…and I am sure the article is interesting just like you. Have a great day.☀️🍊😎 PS Be safe…I heard there is a big storm where you live.

    • carolyn friedlander July 3, 2021 at 10:24 am #

      Thank you, thank you, Rebeca! And yes, I’m definitely on watch…

  3. Melanie July 2, 2021 at 4:54 pm #

    Congratulations! How wonderful and so well deserved, the photos are beautiful. Enjoy! ox Melanie

    • carolyn friedlander July 3, 2021 at 10:23 am #

      Thank you, Melanie!

  4. Birgitte Jespersen July 3, 2021 at 4:53 am #

    It might interest others that international subscriptions are perfectly possible! I just subscribed to the Quilt Folk magazine – international shipping for the year including back issues is only 23$ to London in the U.K. which matches the discount offered by your wonderful voucher. I will love this so much.

    I am so happy they featured you Carolyn – you are such a talented artist!

    • carolyn friedlander July 3, 2021 at 10:23 am #

      That’s so awesome, Birgitte! Thanks for the heads up, and I really appreciate you! 🙂

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