Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Five Seconds of Fame

A bit of a downgrade from 15 minutes, admittedly- aren't we all supposed to have that? But I guess 5 seconds is better than nothing! Bonnie Mccaffery, well-know American quilting tutor and author, was teaching at the Manawatu Quilt Symposium her in New Zealand that I also taught at. She's done a vidcast of quilts and people - including me - that any quilt and fabric lover will enjoy watching. Go here and click on one of the video options to watch her vidcast.

9 comments:

joyce said...

5 seconds is better than my score of 0 seconds! Lol. I will look at them when I get my sound working again.

Helen said...

And a great 5 seconds it was too.

Say said...

Dorothy, would you like to take part in my Craft Discourse research on textile artists?

E-mail me for details. I'd love to get your input.

Say

Caitlin said...

I can't believe I did this, much less that I'm telling you about it - but here goes: When i was watching the vidcast and you came on, I WAVED to you! D'OH!

teodo said...

5 seconds are better than 0! I agree!!!
ciao ciao.

Sheila said...

Yeah, Shirley! That podcast was eye candy. Very inspirational.

Ali Honey said...

I really enjoyed that Shirley.You're a STAR! I think NZ can be very proud of the beautiful and varied quilts on display.Congratulations for being part of it.

Deb H said...

Wow Shirley, that was wonderful! Thanks for sharing that link. Your 5 seconds may just turn into something more!

The quilts were amazing. I love how people think outside the box there, & I was really ompressed witht he fashion show! I think I need to send this to our Alaska Fiber Festival Board! They will be impressed too!

MargaretR said...

Congratulations on you 5 secs of fame. It was so fantastic to meet you at last! I enjoyed the podcast even though I'm not a quilter. Y
ou are so young!
Mags