Fresh, Modern & Timeless are the perfect combination of adjectives to describe Victoria Findlay Wolfe. An incredibly talented artist, teacher and designer, she has the ability to take the everyday mundane and make it something special. There are no unattractive fabrics in her stash, every scrap is beauty waiting to be discovered.
When Victoria is not busy in her studio finding ways to bring her brand of new twists to traditional quilting blocks, you can find her sharing her love for the art of quilting through teaching classes, workshops and lectures throughout the country.
Victoria Findlay Wolfe is a New York City based award winning quilter, designer, author of 15 Minutes of Play (C&T publishing), Founder of NYC MOD quilters, Board member of the International Quilt Association, the Quilt Alliance, and runs several community drives with BumbleBeansBASICS. She is excited to share her series of 12 Double wedding ring quilts, including QuiltCon Best in Show, “Double Edged Love”, in the exhibit “Traditions Made Modern” starting June 2014 at the Wisconsin Quilt museum, and on to the International Quilt Study Center in Nebraska, 2015. Victoria also writes a regular column for The Quilt Life Magazine focusing on Modern quilt making.
Born and raised on a farm in Minnesota, She credits her quilting influences to her grandmother’s double knit crazy quilts that kept her warm, growing up. Her biggest supporters are her husband Michael and daughter, Beatrice.
Victoria’s choices for her Aurifil collection are a combination of the “palette of colors I find I use over and over in my work, and also what I used for the free download embroidery panel in the medallion joy quilt pattern.”
The small spool collection includes includes 10 spools (220 yards each) of Aurifil 50wt. cotton thread
This exciting giveaway is for the Aurifil Fresh Modern & Timeless Collection by Victoria Findlay Wolfe large spool collection in 12wt.
Many thanks to everyone entering the giveaway! Congratulations to the winner who said…
Sorry, forgot the block, got so excited *blushes*. It’s an intricate star block I’ve seen in an old reference book.”
To enter this contest please leave a comment answering the question “What is your favorite traditional block?”