Making Meaning: How Quilters Celebrate Life

Making Meaning: How Quilters Celebrate Life

A fun, inspiring lecture that changes lives: perfect for keynotes and evening programs. An expert on tradition who has written four books on ritual, Meg Cox shares examples of quilters’ celebrations but also shows powerful ideas from her own life. She shares what she has learned in 20 years of research about what makes traditions unforgettable. Whether you’re looking for a way to liven up your monthly quilt group or mark major life milestones, you’ll come away with concrete ideas.

Meg Cox Quilt Journalist Tells All

Meg Cox is a journalist and thought leader on quilting and traditions who lectures at guilds, shows and museums. Meg is past president of the national nonprofit Quilt Alliance. She contributes articles to the Wall Street Journal and many national magazines, and is the author of the resource guide The Quilter’s Catalog. Her popular newsletter Quilt Journalist Tells All! features news, reviews and monthly giveaways.

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