I grew up in Warkworth, New Zealand and made my very first quilt in 1984. It was a glorious seersucker affair, made from factory offcuts, and provided instant warmth and a feeling of home in various student houses as I studied political science and law.
My next foray into quiltmaking was not until the turn of the century. Emerging from the fog of a protracted and demanding business transaction, I decided to make a cot quilt for a friend’s baby. What serendipity! Patchwork, quilting and textiles have since developed into a compelling and rewarding avocation.
I design and create my contemporary textile art in my home studio at Copacabana on the Central Coast of New South Wales in Australia.
In the News:
- New Zealand Quilt Show Podcast interview with Charlotte Scott We chatted on Day 5 of Symposium and our discussion is wide-ranging. Eavesdrop here!
- Quilters Companion article by Erica Spinks: In the Studio with Brenda Gael Smith