Victoria Findlay Wolfe is an award-winning quilter, artist, and teacher whose designs balance traditional, modern, and art-quilting styles. She teaches and lectures on creativity and process, and designs quilting supplies for VFW Quilts and Aurifil. The founder of the NYC Metro Modern Quilt Guild, she has served on the boards of the Quilt Alliance and the International Quilt Museum and contributes her creativity to many organizations, including SAQA and the Textile Study Group of New York. Her quilts have traveled the globe and have been featured at the National Quilt Museum, the International Quilt Museum, Visions Art Center, the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts, QuiltCon, and the International Quilt Festival Houston, among others. Victoria's quilt store provides patterns, templates, kits, courses, and community. Her previous books include Double Wedding Rings: Traditions Made Modern. She is mother to Beatrice and wife to Michael Findlay and lives in New York.

Meg Cox is a journalist and book author. A writer for the Wall Street Journal for 17 years, she now is a thought leader on the topics of quilting and family traditions.

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