Five Questions with Erin Wilson (Quilt Artist, Brooklyn, NY)

March 4, 2017


1. What is the oldest thing you own?


A cookbook from 1923 called Modern Mothers’ Cooking, well-used by my great grandma. Published at Times Press in Frankfort, Indiana.


2. What is the oldest thing you have in your possession? 


A clothespin family, made for me by my uncle Bill.


3. What was the most recent thing you made by hand? 


A Tyvek envelope to hold artwork.


4. What is your most recent memorable purchase? 


A classic song: “Some Other Time” performed by Tony Bennett and Bill Evans.


5. If you had a carte blanche to buy "Art," what would you purchase?


A custom-tailored work jacket. I’d wear it every day. 



Erin Wilson is a quilt artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Wilson makes quilts rooted in hand-dyed color, architectural imagery, and intricate piecework. She lives and works in a hand-built home in Brooklyn, NY, with her partner Owen and three cats.


Check KOFU x Wilson KOFU collaboration "Kogire" quilt series. 


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