New to podcasts? These are the interviews. It's like a thing. We get lots of fabric to share with the Quilting Army. So, visit this page, and join our special Just Wanna Quilt Gypsy Wife Sew Along. 1,673 Followers, 416 Following, 245 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Just Wanna Quilt (@justwannaquilt) Learn more on Just Wanna Quilt FB group! Either way – I LOVE Quilting!!! These are the interviews. It seems that I have always been on the quest for something crafty to fill my time. Distributors. 0 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ‘quiltsofinstagram’ hashtag Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurs. It all started with the embroidery blocks I received from a friend. We're going to have so much fun. Within a couple of days, the quilt was finished as I chose to quilt it by tying (as my grandma had once done) using embroidery floss and doing only a little bit of outline quilting with embroidery floss as well. Scholars. Want to make lots of things with us? 1.4K likes. Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurs. Just Wanna Quilt: An Immersive Research Project of Copyright, Editor-in-Chief, Just Wanna Series, Ricardo Gonzalez. Industry people. Historians. 1.9m Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ‘quilt’ hashtag These are just a sampling of some of the pieces the challenge has inspired me to make. Our research sponsor: AccuQuilt. With only a sewing machine and scissors, I began the project. We did a bunch of videos, and while the SAL is officially concluding, many of us (many) are still working on it. So, what happens when Elizabeth is chosen to be a Brand Ambassador for 2019? Do you define yourself as a modern quilter? We making things. To that end, we try all kinds of things! Just Wanna Quilt is about creating community and also experimenting to better understand the quilting world, and by extension copyright and other intellectual property. This was the beginning…And now I have made almost 450 quilts! This was the beginning…And now I have made almost 450 quilts! I say "these" because I'm addicted and I'm making more. Want to make one? I did not have a book to use or any pattern to follow…It was like the quilt just came from somewhere deep within me. And look at what we made! Want to help? But I have always tried any sort of creative outlet that I could get my hands on. Want to play? So a bunch of our Quilting Army members wanted to do the Gypsy Wife quilt. Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurs. What happens when two bolts of fabric are donated to the Just Wanna Quilt project? I guess you could say that it is in my blood. If you would like to join, email us, or message us at our FB page or on Instagram. We'll be talking about them soon. And then it began…Once my embroidered blocks were done, I drew a picture with pencil and crayons as to what I wanted it to look like. All of those steps helps make it easier for people to find us. All kinds of people. We make lots and lots of quilts. Just Wanna Quilt: An Immersive Research Project of Copyright, Editor-in-Chief, Just Wanna Series, Ricardo Gonzalez. We also made an infographic! I loved working with paper, but at that time scrapbooking really wasn’t a craft per say. I didn’t quite know where to start. Copyright Research Lab @ Tulane Law School. Be sure to subscribe, like, and leave (happy) comments. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher , iHeart Radio , Spreaker, Spotify, and many other places. Just Wanna Quilt, New Orleans, Louisiana. These are the quilts for you. One Kaffe Fassett, and the other Tula Pink, the Quilting Army made amazing things. We're making a public domain quilt! Designers. But after a trip to Joann Etc., it wasn’t long before I had a room full of quilting things. Inventory Quilt Sew Along with Willow Olson. Just Wanna Quilt. Copyright Research Lab @ Tulane Law School, Just Wanna Quilt is about creating community and also experimenting to better understand the quilting world, and by extension copyright and other intellectual property. Who is interviewed? I did some cross-stitching and that amounted to nothing. Within a couple of days, the quilt was finished as I chose to quilt it by tying (as my grandma had once done) using embroidery floss and doing only a little bit of outline quilting with embroidery floss as well. We're cleaning. Join the fun on the Facebook the JWQ Inventory Quilt Sew Along group or Instagram with #JustWannaInventoryQuilt and #InventoryGroup. “My first quilt” I made May 3, 2001. Artists. If you would like to join, email us, or message us at our FB page or on Instagram. Just Wanna Quilt is about creating community and also experimenting to better understand the quilting world, and by extension copyright and other intellectual property. They are the raw, real research discussions. Just Wanna Quilt: An Immersive Research Project of Copyright, Editor-in-Chief, Just Wanna Series, Ricardo Gonzalez. Email for more info. I guess you could say it is a passion, an obsession. Research Sponsors of Just Wanna Quilt podcast and research project. We're inspired by @JessicaQuilter to make Inventory Quilts. We also have an affiliate program, so that when you recommend someone you get a flat rate commission. After over 65 interviews on the Just Wanna Quilt podcast,  we held a two-day summit to put it all together. Copyright Research Lab @ Tulane Law School. Inventory Quilt Project, Willow Olson. To that end, we try all kinds of things! Collectors. Editor-in-Chief, Just Wanna Series, Ricardo Gonzalez. The next thing I did was cut out and piece all the blocks together. So, we recruited Gigi Baay to lead us, and Corrie to keep us organized. Regular people. I remember my Grandma and Mom making quilts together, cutting squares out at the kitchen table, and my Grandma sewing them together at the couch. To that end, we try all kinds of things! I … Just Wanna Quilt Podcast. Proceeds support the Quilting Army Krewe, LLC, and the Just Wanna Quilt project, including our law students. Fabric Makers. The idea behind the project is to gather stories about quilting--something that quilting has traditionally done -- and explain copyright through the stories, the culture, and the quilting. Putting the quilt top together came very easy to me, and I felt like it was a natural thing to do…why had I not done this sooner? If you would like to join, email us, or message us at our. I had tried acrylic painting, and finished one painting of a redbud tree from our family farm. I remember laying this quilt top out on the floor and being so proud of myself, but having absolutely no idea what I was doing. Our research sponsor: Michael Miller Fabrics, Jen Kingwell's Gypsy Wife Sew Along with Gigi Baay and Corrie Dutton. Inventors. Here's more information about podcasts and where to find them. Museum curators. Spring Convergence , was accepted and shown at the Madison Quilt Expo in September of 2011. Below are 63 quilts that I have personally made as a result of some of the Project QUILTING Challenges so far. The idea behind the project is to gather stories about quilting--something that quilting has traditionally done -- and explain copyright through the stories, the culture, and the quilting.