Paul Krampitz – From Traditional to Modern Quilter

Our April meeting featured a presentation by Paul Krampitz, who has made the creative journey from traditional to modern quilter.

Paul’s quilts illustrate how new and exciting designs can happen when quilters change up conventional blocks and layouts.

This was a lively presentation, with a great trunk show, and lots of ideas for modern quiltmaking.

More information:
Paul’s Blog
Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild Member Spotlight – Paul Krampitz
Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild
Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr, Modern Quilt Studio, pioneers of the Modern Quilt Movement
Color Catcher Sheets, protection from colour bleeding

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A quilt made by Paul’s grandmother.

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One quilt – two sides.

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Changing up the log cabin block.

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Paul made this quilt with fabrics he acquired on a journey through Africa.

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Paul’s Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild quilt.

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Paul’s award winning quilt.

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Playing with circles.  This is the front.

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Playing with circles.  This is the back, with special effects from Paul’s fabric processing technique.

Workshop possibilities.

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