Stitched film is a documentary that gives audiences a peek at competitive quilters. It concludes and begins with the Houston Quilt Show, the country’s largest event, with over 50,000 quilters in attendance. Who’ll win “Best of Show”? She’s using her quilts to emphasize some of the social and environmental ills of the world.
Randall Cook’s quilt showing man nudes was presented in an article about quilts that were shocking. A 3-minute version of the documentary won second place in June at the Aurora Picture Show’s Incredibly Shorts Festival. All three race to challenge their quilts, occasionally juggling professions that are active.
Stitched has won a grant in the Austin Film Society. It’s scheduled to premiere at a quilt show in Cincinnati in April, and it is going to screen a dozen times in Paducah, Kentucky, where among the greatest stop show’s in the state is held.
The Stitched team wants cash to cover the duplication of the more than 5,000 DVDs made for you; you will be charged a bit more than $1 for the creation of each DVD. We should market the film to documentary fans, art lovers, and quilters.
In the picture, we see three well-known (and maybe unlucky) quilters getting ready for the International Quilt Festival, which will be held in Houston, Texas. That is the biggest quilt festival in the nation, mind you, with 50,000 quilters participating each year.
Hollis Chatelain, Randall Cook, and Caryl Bryer Fallert each have their own style and push the boundaries of traditional quilting, eschewing block designs and pastels in favor of brilliant forms. For example, Chatelain paints right on her quilts, and Randall Cook’s quilted gems show moving man nudes that look like Adonis.
Because “Stitched” shows a brand new universe of quilting that would cause your beloved auntie to have a fit, don’t let your vision get clouded by your view of old woman quilters.