If you don't know Ricardo yet,  he is awesome, patient,  wickedly smart, and kind. She was also my roommate at Quilt Market 2017. Join the fun on the Facebook the JWQ Inventory Quilt Sew Along group or Instagram with #JustWannaInventoryQuilt and #InventoryGroup. Her giggle and confidence are two of her best qualities. She is the Curator at the New England Quilt Museum. Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention... Cely is nationally recognized quilter, who also teaches quilting at a community center, and is the heart of the Beecher Memorial Quilt Group. Hope Judy likes it. This means I've gone through ten years of hurdles, and before that two post-doc positions, and law school. We have been preparing for weeks. Finally, he is working with Elizabeth to create our IP and Entrepreneurship Center, which will open in Spring 2021. So this should be super fun. Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurs. He's awesome. And, she is fun. The story of quilting through our stories. It's @JessicaQuilter's fault. Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurs. The best, most fun,  group. He's just that cool. Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurialism. This is Jessica's Inventory Quilt. When ETG interviewed her, she asked why do you quilt, and she replied, "Why do I breathe?" I started to look at different parts of the quilt, and think through what I wanted to highlight. Affiliates are also there to talk to you about specific products and help you with your purchase choices. We have focused our energies on many things. and will likely continue for a couple of years. I've been in school for a long time. Before Just Wanna Quilt, I worked on a project called the "Durationator," a software research system to determine the copyright status of works anywhere in the world. He's moved from the research side at Tulane to the Quilting Army Krewe, LLC. Weekly podcast. If you do, you receive, the owner of a Grace Q15R and a Q-Zone Queen frame. In 2017, I became a full professor at Tulane Law School. You don't even have to use all of them, you can use just one color. These are the quilts for you. Judy has been with the project since its inception. We're just learning how to do all of this. Sid also designs our booths and oversees the logistics. Exciting to be beginning the research part of the project! It was comprehensive, complicated, proprietary, secretive, challenging, fun, and really really time-consuming. Joel Sellers: o ur financial mentor, and co-author on Just Wanna Longarm (forthcoming). She is an excellent resource for our products too. She went to Quilt Festival in Houston with ETG. Before that, I earned my masters and doctorate in European history. And it has grown in-depth and breadth. Digital Copy: $50 . -etg. It was faster. I can't even imagine. She's all things quilting. She has created hundreds of quilts. our main group. I brought two law students, Corrie Dutton and Ricardo Gonzales, and we started to catalog what kind of writings are on the selvages. She is a wealth of information. Her quilts are gorgeous. The forums below are the beginning of thinking through areas of the project. She made an amazing inventory quilt out of hexies and I (Elizabeth) just had to do one. ETG contacted them when she was in Chicago in June 2017, and they were willing to sit down for an interview at the studio. She keeps us organized and on schedule. He's manned the booths at Quilt Market and International Quilt Festival. These are physical items that are mailed to you. But she is more than all this. Digital Copy: $35 . I interviewed Judy Walker, and her sister and their family have s Email for more info. We are off to Houston Quilt Market and Festival. In progress research and writing. It's Quilt Market and Quilt Festival in Houston. She has owned her own sewing business, where she taught children and adults how to sew. Julia was one of our first interviews for JWQ, and it was her interview that convinced us that our stores -- regular quilters -- were just as interesting as famous, fancy quilters. Judy Walker:  a journalist by training, involved in all things quilty, including two family quilt guilds, Judy has been there from the beginning, keeping us on track, and bringing her expertise to every corner of this project. She and her works can be seen every year at Jazzfest in New Orleans. None of this would be possible without our Quilting Army core team. We are thrilled that she is willing to be part of the Quilting Army, Quilter, librarian, quilting and sewing teacher. She is a quilt historian, specializing in Civil War quilts. Gigi Baay:  the owner of a Grace Q15R and a Q-Zone Queen frame. ever. She is strong, creative, funny, generous, and suffers no fouls. Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurs. We are starting our investigation of licensing on selvages, and we began at Mes Amis Quilt shop in New Orleans. What makes it interesting? Paper Copy: $50. And then...well, Accuquilt became a sponsor. Ricardo joined the team at the very beginning, in the Summer of 2017, as a rising 2L law student. We also have an affiliate program, so that when you recommend someone you get a flat rate commission. She heads our Longarm Training Program. They were so interesting, insightful and fun that the project of interviewing other famous quilters and industry insiders was born. He traveled and presented at QuiltCon and "Threads of Success" at Quilt Market. Paper Copy: $75. Be patient. I say "these" because I'm addicted and I'm making more. These are the quilts for you. I did 3 inch squares. She is light, energy, an anchor. I say "these" because I'm addicted and I'm making more.​  Want to play? A​nd here's mine in progress. Gigi Baay:  makes everyone feel like that can succeed in sewing. She is positive, knowledgable, and kind. The best, most fun,  group. She heads our Longarm Training Program. Here's where to find topics on quilting and copyright. This is the first project I've worked on that is all about not being judged. So, it's a big week. Paper Copy: $50 . Still not great at FMQ, but super fun! He's been there for researching salvage licenses, giveaways, and so much more. Did I say he was patient? And so, I'm taking a new approach, built on the work that I have done throughout my career, but also trying a new method of vulnerability and transparency. We've been on adventures, had babies born, done projects, and we comment on everything. Need more tops... (a reference to "Night of the Living Dead" and the zombies needing more brains...)  For more on my adventures in FMQ, here's a link. Willow Olson is our Captain. Just Wanna Quilt FB Group:  our main group. She is also our Head Buyer, as we move to becoming a small shop for Quilting Army Krewe. She now works at Uptown Needle and Craftworks. Julia is a librarian at a public library in the suburbs of Chicago. We've used her amazing collection of quilts as our first YouTube slideshow. She in some ways began the "famous quilters" side of the project, when she gave ETG a Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr annual calendar. More on Angela Walters' FMQ Lessons (at Quilting is My Therapy), Janice Sayers, Senior Program Manager (jsayas@tulane.edu), Judy Walker - Julia Driscoll - Patty Cooper, Law Students:  Corrie Dutton - Ricardo Gonzales, In 2017, I became a full professor at Tulane Law School. She went to Quilt Market. Please respect his time. There are also research tasks -- areas that will help further understanding the research projects. Research samples included samples of stencils and a small pre-printed wholecloth. If you are interested in someone speaking at your guild, or if you are wanting to purchase a longarm, Ricardo is the one.