Terrie Newman

Photos

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Title

Terrie Newman

Subject

Quilts
Quilting
Textiles
Textile artists
Decorative arts
Crafts & decorating
Women
Women’s voices
Artists
Families
American women, 1600-1900
Teachers
Gifts
Creativity

Description

Terrie Newman, a quilting teacher and quilter, is interviewed for the Quilters' S.O.S. Oral History Project. Newman talks about the quilt she brought in for the interview, entitled "Sentimental Me." She discusses the technical aspects of quilting, including hand quilting techniques, the use of photo transfers, and creating her own quilt designs. Newman also talks about the personal aspects of quilting, including how she got started in quilting, her career as a quilting teacher, and the inspirations behind the quilts she creates. Newman touches on the cultural aspects of quilting, such as the impact of quilting on American history, the various quilting guilds she participates in, and her quilt collection.

Identifier

2019oh0573_qsosiqf0057
QSOS_067

Interviewee

Terrie Newman

Interviewer

Janelle Acher

Interview sponsor

Karen Alexander

Interview Keyword

Sentimental quilts
Quilt designs
Pictorial quilts
Women and quilts
Quilting techniques
Quilt teachers
Hand quilting
Photo transfers
Documenting quilts
Quilt classes
Quilting challenges
Traditional quilting
Machine piecing
Quilting guilds
Social aspects of quilting
Wearable art
Family heirlooms
Quilt collecting


Citation

“Terrie Newman,” Quilters' S.O.S. -- Save Our Stories, accessed October 22, 2019, http://qsos.quiltalliance.org/items/show/2485.