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Comma Workshop

    • The Inspiration

      “Though I’m an architect by training, I grew up around textiles and quilting bees in Pennsylvania. My great-grandmother was a quilter and my grandmother was a master upholsterer. In 2006, I exhibited a piece that explored storytelling on fabric in a gallery, and I decided to run with the idea.”

      Photo courtesy of Comma Workshop

      The Inspiration
      • The Process

        “I am constantly jotting things down, from notes to haiku. I write my final ideas out on large sheets of paper and make a full-scale design—called the pantograph—for each quilt. I work with quilters around the Colorado mountains who trace out the handwriting and lovingly sew the piece.”

        Photo courtesy of Comma Workshop

        The Process
        • The Handcrafted Effect

          “It’s the connection to the people who have put thought and care into something. When I send the quilts out, I include a card with the quilter’s name. The quilters I work with are all great women. When I was picking up a quilt recently, the woman who made it had left me a basket of apples next to the new quilt.”

          Photo courtesy of Comma Workshop

          The Handcrafted Effect