TQS continues its feature of quilts exhibited in 2020 at QuiltCon as part of The Quilts of Victoria Findlay Wolfe exhibit. The exhibit is described as:
"Purposeful play is a deliberate free-form practice with one goal in mind: to ultimately improve the outcome of the finished product while capturing a thought, emotion, or technique. Always fascinated by color, pattern, and quilters who came before us, Victoria Findlay Wolfe found her life's true joy in exploring her grandmother's quiltmaking as a starting point.
Her diverse and exciting body of work stirs quilters worldwide to dig deeper, take risks, and experiment with fabric. This retrospective exhibit features a selection of Findlay Wolfe's inspiring quilts and the stories behind them."
Please enjoy Victoria's second quilt from the exhibition.
Title of Quilt: Figure 1
Quilter's Name: Victoria Findlay Wolfe
Hand Quilted By: Donna Elfering and Victoria Findlay Wolfe
Year Made: 1991
Quilt Size: 39" x 46"
Original Photos by Mary Kay Davis