Subversive Heirloom Quilts from Quiltsrÿche

Subversive Heirloom Quilts from Quiltsrÿche

Jess Watson
Aug 31, 2010

If you have a hard time reconciling time as a youth spent as a metal head with your love for quilts and anything granny chic, you might better understand the world of Boo Davis. An author of a guide to quilt making as well as a maker of heavy metal inspired quilts, she's managed to make a business out of these seemingly discordant worlds.

Quiltsrÿche by Boo Davis is what she considers her "evil quilt studio" where rock tees meet skulls meet an endless array of squares and rectangles. Each of these "rÿcheous" quilts are unique and can be made to order or even custom designed with your favorite concert tees or even silkscreening.

To see more of Boo's designs, visit Quiltsrÿche by Boo Davis. Boo has also written a book for anyone ready to start quilting but scared of complicated seams and shapes called Dare to Be Square Quilting: A Block-by-Block Guide to Making Patchwork and Quilts.

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