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MEET TODAY’S CO-HOSTS & GUESTS
President of American Quilt Study Group
Lisa Erlandson is an AQS Certified Appraiser of Quilted Textiles, lecturer, quilt show judge, teacher and quill historian. she has served on the American Quilt Study Group Board of Directors and is the 2012-2013 American Quilt Study Group President.
On today’s show, Lisa will be discussing the American Quilt Study Group book, Revival! A Study of Early 20th Century Colonial Revival Quilts!
The quilts in this book are the result of the 2012 Quilt Study project and were created by members of the American Quilt Study Group. The challenge presented in the 20th Century Colonial Revival Quilt Study: make a new quilt inspired by a quilt made during the early part of the 20th century.
You can see all 28 of the quilts made for this challenge by CLICKING HERE. I posted just a few examples of just some of the quilts you will find in this book that are patterned and you can re-create! (to be fair, there are several very traditional, non-applique quilts also included in the patterns).
Maria’s Tree of Life
by: Dale Drake
36” x 44”
Babies of Mine
by: Wendy Caton Reed
29” x 39”
Tulip Stars – Batik Makeover Edition
by: Sandra Starley
30” x 30”
Passionate About Poppies
by: Sandy Sutton
41” x 50”
Check ou the American Quilt Study Group website by CLICKING HERE
You can now become a fan of the American Quilt Study Group on Facebook!
Artist, Author, Agent, Founder of Lilla Rogers Studio
Lilla Rogers is the founder of Lilla Rogers Studio, a visionary art agency that represents artists from around the world. An accomplished illustrator and painter herself, she has been in the business for 30 years. The studio’s client list includes Crate & Barrel, Pier 1, Land of Nod, Chronicle, the New York Times, Moda, Woodmanstern, Hello Lucky, Paperchase, and hundreds more. Lilla supports the artists she represents through mentoring and teaching classes and workshops to keep their creative energy fresh and stimulated.
The studio represents some of the most sought-after artists worldwide and has licensed their artwork on a huge variety of products, such as bathing suits, teacups, scrubs, bath maps, puzzles, piggy banks, clocks, paper lanterns, children’s books, wall decor, and much more.
Miller’s love for art inspired her to pursue a degree in fine Art in San Francisco, a 2nd degree in illustration, and launch a fruitful illustration career in New York City in the 1980s. But it was the entrepreneurial gene she inherited from her parents let her into the agency business. Lilla has the extraordinary ability to recognize new artistic trends as well as technology developments that allow illustration to morph and take on new life within the media revolution.
Today, Lilla continues to act on her entrepreneurial urges through her latest studio projects, including launching a floral inspired jewelry, scrap booking, and embellishment collection called Ruby Violet, which is sold globally. Lilla offers an online course with the highly regarded Beth Nicholls that supplements this book with assignments and inspiration for each of 10 hot markets, called Making Art That Sells.
Lilla is able to follow her passions while staying open to opportunities. Bottom line? Lilla says,” I just like to make things.”
On today’s Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski, I get a chance to talk with Lilla Rogers about her new book, I Just like to Make Things; Learn the Secrets to Making Money While Staying Passionate about Your Art and Craft.
Visit Lilla Rogers’ website by CLICKING HERE
And when your MOJO listening’s done. . .
If you’ve never used Auriful Thread. . .
. . . then you haven’t really sewn!
Why not start off with my BASICS ?