Saturday, June 4, 2011

Lookie Lookie!

Look at this film I saw this week!

Here is what the filmmaker has to say about the film.

Stitched captures the enormity of the quilting world with more than 21 million quilters in the US alone. It’s an industry filled with quilting superstars who have developed a following by teaching their craft.

Stitched begins with the largest quilt show in the nation held annually in Houston. The documentary also features the Paducah quilt show, one of the largest tourist attractions in the state of Kentucky.
There are tight bonds of friendship between many quilters including among the three main characters who are friends and who have mentored each other. Caryl Bryer Fallert taught Hollis Chatelain who in turn taught Randall Cook.

Behind every stitch, there is a story of friendship, art and passion.

Check out the screenings for the film for a location near you or just go ahead and get the DVD
You won't regret it!


  1. Oh, I definitely want to see it when it comes to Long Beach! :)

  2. One of the great things about the quilting world is that everyone is willing to share their knowledge. And excited to do so. Going from the fused glass world to the quilting world was the best change I have ever made. My hat is off to all quilters.