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Hello Atelier | Embracing the Nostalgia of a Quilt

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Designer Luke Haynes creates quilts in an effort to start conversations. Whether they are a new take on a traditional pattern or one of his innovative portrait quilts, Luke approaches each design as the start of a dialogue between himself and the audience. Join us in Luke’s studio as we talk about success, travel and how he approaches quilt design through his training as an architect.

— Find all of Hello Atelier’s podcast on iTunes or at the Phonicalia Media Productions website. 

Hello Atelier host Betsy Blodgett interviews Luke Haynes in his studio. (Contributed | Hello Atelier)

Luke’s foray into fabric design is evident in yards of fabric from line with Moda fabrics. (Contributed | Hello Atelier)

Clothes Portrait #3, a quilt by Luke Haynes. (Contributed | Luke Haynes)

Piles of quilts fill the towering shelves in Luke Haynes’ studio. (Contributed | Hello Atelier)

American Nostalgia #3, a quilt by Luke Haynes. (Contributed | Luke Haynes)

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