Abstract Geometric Quilts by Lindsay Stead
"When you answer the phone with 'Hello, Funquilts,' you can't take yourself too seriously." Bill Kerr won us over at ICFF with his optimistic attitude towards his work, and the quilts, blankets, and fabrics he creates with his wife are equally engaging. Their one-of-a-kind pieces combine traditional techniques and designs with new, non-repetitive block patterns, and they also work with developmentally disabled adults to make the Many Hands blankies, embroidered with animals and perfect for a kids' room.
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