Winslow quilter interviewed for Library of Congress

Todd Roth/NHO

Todd Roth/NHO

Winslow quilter Eloise De Spain was interviewed on Aug. 9 at her studio on Warren Street. The interview was conducted and taped by quilt historians Lenna De Marco and Anne Hodgkins, Ed.D. De Spain is recognized nationally for her superb quilts. She researches the quilt theme, designs all the components and sews the quilt in her studio. She has 40 years of quilting experience. She had also been a certified welder and a college professor. De Spain is active in efforts to make Winslow a vacation destination and is a current member of the Winslow Arts Council.


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