Tim Latimer: Unconventional & Unexpected in the midst of piecing some tops

Tim Latimer sat down to work on some new and improvised quilt tops. I loved seeing U&U in the middle of his quilting space, right where I want it to be. See his images below. So many vibrant colors!

I have one of his other books ‘The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort 1750-1950’ and this book completes the story. People often view quilting as nonexistent between the late 40’s and the quilt revival of the 70’s. This book shows that this was not the case. The nearly 150 quilts in this book are surprisingly improvisational, much like Jazz is to music. The notes are the same but they are played differently. It is a beautiful book and I highly recommend it.
— Tim Latimer

Sherry Ann Byrd shares her thoughts on Unconventional & Unexpected

Image courtesy of Quilt Stories by Sherry Ann

Image courtesy of Quilt Stories by Sherry Ann

Sherry Ann Bryd, 4th generation Texas quiltmaker, was one of the amazing contributors to Unconventional & Unexpected. We had many conversations and the result was the beautiful interview with her. She has such wonderful insights.

Click here to read the post on her blog.