One of my granddaughter’s first words was quilt which made me very proud and happy. She can hardly stand to not have a quilt around her and sleeps with five or six on her bed. She has her own table in my sewing room and plays around with fabric. I figured she must know a lot about quilting and that it would be fun to ask her how much she knows each year before she turns a new age. Here you have quilts and quilters through the eyes of a 3 year old.
When I told her that I wanted to ask her questions about quilts she insisted on drawing pictures first. They are included!
2. Do you like quilts? Yes….
3. Why do you like them? Because I love them.
5. Who else makes quilts? Grandmas.
6. All grandmas? Yes, all.
8. How many quilts do you have? 8 quilts.
9. How many more do you want? Not a mountain of quilts, just one at a time.
10. What kind of quilt do you want next? Ballet
12. Where are quilts made? Inside, in a sewing room.
13.How long does it take to make a quilt? 5 seconds.
14. How do you make a quilt? (Silence)
15. What do you need to make a quilt? Thread (interview is over as subject runs off, obviously bored.)
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