Friday, September 04, 2009

FOQ - Twisted Thread Video

I am very impressed with the camera man who managed to get this footage. Did I mention how much I dislike cameras?









There are more festival of quilts videos on their web site.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, if someone can figure out how to eat pretension I know a way we can feed the whole world!

Ferret said...

If you can work out a way for people to eat it, I will provide. Sadly I can't see it working but do let me know.

Ferret said...

I should add, if you think that is pretentious, you should hear the words I get asked to say.

Sewing Granny said...

I viewed the video early this morning and was so impressed that I called my DH to come and see it too - well done!

Nic said...

Great Stuff.

I think your anonymous poster may need to figure out what pretension means before attempting to figure out a means to feed the world with it.

If the world could be fed on cowardly anonymous internet snarkiness though, well, then we could be on to a good thing ;)

Nic

Stephen Downey said...

looks great.

Really interesting to see how its all done as well.

sagebrushquilter said...

Fantastic video presentation. Thanks for sharing your talents with us!

Cy Dethan said...

Hush now, Anonymous Internet Coward. Grown-ups are talking...

Great video, Ferret. It came out really well.

Redwitch said...

Very interesting video, only hugely talented people provoke small-minded anonymous comments ;)

Feather on a Wire said...

Great video!!!

Lesley said...

I agree with Redwitch you are a very talented quilt artist. Cowards hide behind anonymity.

Lana said...

You might dislike cameras but it doesn't come across that way. Funny what we can put up with when we're discussing something we're passionate about. Maybe there's a quilting DVD in your future?

And as for feeding the world, let's get Bob Geldof onto it...

Penny said...

It's a great video - it sounds just like you do, when you are talking about quilts.

Pete said...

Ah, anonymous, I think I see your mistake: pretension is when the person TALKING doesn't understand what is being said.

You know, just like you when you used the word "pretension".