Quilts are finding themselves on the catwalk and in the stores of Paris and New York.Read More
I was very excited to be invited to speak with Sandi Hazlewood of Crafty Planner, who does a very thoughtful and well curated series of podcasts about the world of textiles.Read More
The Quilt Show came to visit the RK Quilt Barn! I got to share what's so "unconventional and unexpected" about the quilts in my collections and the story of how I came to fall in love with quilts. In the episode, you'll also get to hear about quiltmakers Sue and Ashley Nickels.
Episode 1808 airs on Sunday, April 10th, 2016. You can watch the trailer below. The episode will be available via The Quilt Show's website here.
Thank you to Shelly Heesacker and everyone else at The Quilt Show!
I had the pleasure of having Where Women Create visit my quilt barn. You can see my work space in the Nov/Dec/Jan 2016 edition of this beautiful magazine in "The Men Who Make It" feature. Thank you for such a beautiful spread, WWC!
I had the pleasure of speaking with Vick Mickunas, host of the "Book-nook" at WYSO in Yellow Springs, OH. (My old home before moving to San Francisco). I love talking about Unconventional & Unexpected on the radio.
Airs Sunday, Nov. 2, 10:30 AM Central Time
To listen click here.
The Kentucky Quilt Project featured me in a Q&A about why quilts matter. We talked about having "off-beat" quilts and questions like:
Read my answers here: "Why Quilts Matter -- Question & Answer with Roderick Kiracofe"
I had the immense pleasure of meeting with the fabulous Victoria Findlay Wolfe while I was traveling in New York. She even graciously hosted a book launch event -- many, many thanks, Victoria!
Victoria also made me the most beautiful gift, a small quilt that my friends at the book launch signed. What an amazing keepsake.
Pat Sloan hosted several interviews with amazing individuals from the quilting community this last Monday, September 15. It was part of her ongoing podcast, American Patchwork & Quilting Radio. I was honored to join her and to be included among Nancy Mahoney, Amy Walsh, and Nicky Ovitt. Visit her blog to read more.