Let’s start out with a very funny link, courtesy of Quiltin’ Jenny, particularly apropos after my unquilting problems of a few weeks ago:
Some links related to Quilts and Copyright:
A good, clear explanation of copyright law (whether you agree with it or not):
Leah Day’s blogpost about copyright:
The John Green quote I found relevant to all of this copyright talk:
“My novels are novels based on novels based on novels. Almost all novels are. But they change in the retelling. Novels change to stay relevant, so that their hope might be less flimsy, so that they remain honest and relevant. It’s a slow process — millions of writers and readers working together across generations to make stories that can be a light in the way-down-deep-darkness-which-is-you. Writing and reading are not about a singular mind emerging from isolation to create unprecedented art. It’s a massive collaboration spanning millennia.”
Quilts from the 1971 Whitney Exhibit:
The latest news about what’s up with us quilters:
Jaye’s HST method she’s begging me to try:
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