I chat with Kathy Cardiff, Meg Hawley, and Trish Bowman today!
You have seen Kathy Cardiff's designs in American Patchwork and Quilting magazine, and you might even have her patterns and books. I'm excited to chat with Kathy today about wool applique, I hope to learn a few new tricks!
I think every person has purchased at least one Crabapple Hill Studio pattern, and even made them! Meg Hawkey is the designer extraordinaire that creates sitchery we can not resist. Add to that her amazing sense of color and balance and if you have had a chance to visit her studio, it looks like heaven to me! Meg is here to chat stitching with me today!
On my Facebook group lots of people share memory quilts. They might be made with t-shirts for a high school graduate, baby clothing for a grandparent, memory pieces from clothing of people long ago. We as quilters love to create with items that have a meaning. Trish Bowman is an expert at memory quilts and she is here to talk to me about all aspects of creating the best memory you can.
I love Janice Ryans designs and her tag like at 'Better off Thread' is a Pennsylvania Dutch girl living on the West coast makes me smile as I'm a PA Dutch girl too! Janice is going to talk to me about color, design, paper piecing, and medallion quilts (she has a book on them coming out this spring!)
I am in love with text, letters, words, and the alphabet. When I first saw Janet Stone's Quilts I was so excited as she too loves letters and creates amazing Alphabet quilts! My favorite book as a child was my alphabet book. I tracked Janet down and convinced her to chat with me about her quilts and how she designs them.
Author, designer and amazing instructor Kimberly Einmo is joining me to chat indeth on FIXING your most urgent quilting problems! Yes she is! We are also going to hear some storage tips, she is a genius, and she'll tell us about winning 'Best Modern Quilt' last year, what a thrill!
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