Go Tell It At the Quilt Show

 

When I was in Houston in October, I was invited to do a 3 minute interview, telling about my quilt, Sweetwater Gap Bloodroot, hanging in the quilt show.

 


According to Quilt Alliance, Go Tell It! is a project “designed to capture the stories of quilts where quiltmakers and quilt lovers gather. The protocol for Go Tell It! is brief and personal: one person talking about one quilt in front of one video camera for three minutes, recording the most essential and compelling details of the quilt according to the “teller.”

 

You can tell I was nervous! Behind the camera, lots of people are crowding around to see what’s going on. After the interview, I was asked lots of questions about my quilt. That part was fun! You can find other videos from the International Quilt Festival, on the Quilt Alliance YouTube channel here.

 

 


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Comments

  1. Great job, I don’t think you seemed nervous at all! You really have a good speaking voice.

  2. That was awesome. You did not seem nervous and you got to plug your technique. I’m so glad you did this.

  3. Stephanie says:

    Terry, you were awesome! You did not seem nervous at all. I know I’m repeating Cheryl but that’s what I was thinking as I was watching it. And thank you for sharing it with your blog followers.