A heartwarming one-man show borne from a passion for all things timeless and rooted. This ode to the American quilting tradition celebrates the untold number of quilters who let their stitches tell their stories. These gifts of patience touch everyone’s lives; whether they provide a little piece of home to a soldier in the thick of war; to providing warmth to a family in the thick of winter.
Featuring songs, stories, poetry and lore derived from personal interviews with elder quilters, historical documents. Themes in the show include:
You had us all laughing and crying.
— Nina Edleman, North Shore Quilters Guild
We loved Lil Rev's performance at our guild meeting. He has a real appreciation of what we do and the sing-a-long was so much fun!
— Glenda Alexander / Durham-Orange Quilters
Thank you for joining us at Quilt Expo! I know the crowd really enjoyed your evening event! You did a fabulous job! You're a marvelous storyteller!
— Deanna Spring for Nancy Zieman Productions Quilt Expo 2012 (Madison, WI)
This popular show has appeared at:
Approximately 75 minutes
Performing on guitar, mandolin, ukulele, banjo, harmonica and recorder
Perfect for quilting guild meetings and expos. To bring Scraps of Quilting Music to your venue, contact Marc Revensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-305-2328.
Music from the Show
An Interview with Martha Stookey
Martha has been quilting for over 40 years! She has made close to 300 quilts and is one of the most talented quilters i have ever interviewed. Martha opened up her home to my family and i on our 2012 winter tour. I was delighted when she suggested that i do a house concert for her quilting group. Needless to say, Martha and i adore each other! She was kind enough to share her thoughts on a life of quilting.