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Holly Taylor
Holly Taylor
As a representative for Moda Fabrics, Eileen Taylor immersed herself in the quilting industry and dreamed of designing fabric. Soon she and graphic designer and artist Lynn Hawley Bloomquist pooled their talents to design the Holly Taylor fabric collection, creating more than 30 lines of Northwoods-theme fabrics for Moda. This niche suits the Minnesota women well: Both take inspiration from their home state’s natural beauty. The lacy pattern of leaves chewed by insects, the colors of the sunset over a lake, and the movement of water bugs dancing in reflections on water find their way into Holly Taylor designs.



 
Howard Marcus
Howard Marcus
Howard Marcus Dunn, owner of United Notions, started an ongoing program called Collection for a Cause. It will feature antique quilts from our collection and support charities and causes that touch the hearts and lives of all of us.



 
Jackie Decker
Jackie Decker
Jackie has been illustrating and designing products for more than 20 years as both a children’s book illustrator, software and on-line game designer, and a licensed artist. Her characters and decorative illustrations have appeared on products ranging from fabric to holiday ornaments to tabletop and paper goods. Jackie’s home, a former church, is nestled in the beautiful Litchfield Hills in Connecticut. She and her family restored the home together, evicting woodland critters as they did everything from tiling countertops to laying down wood floors. Her studio is in the choir loft; it’s a uniquely special space that does have some organizational challenges! The best parts of the space are the two beautiful stained glass windows, which brighten up even the grayest wintery day. Earning a MFA in illustration from the Hartford Art School in 2009, Jackie teaches fine art and illustration classes at Tunxis Community College and Hartford Art School, University of Hartford. Fabric Collections:



 
Jackie McFee
Jackie McFee



 
Jan Patek
Jan Patek
For more than 20 years Jan Patek has been designing primitive folk art quilts and publishing the patterns in books. Jan also designs original fabric lines for Moda. In response to overwhelming demand, Jan began turning her dazzling quilt and fabric designs into kits so that her fans would be able to make the quilts they so admire. Jan has a passion for creating and for sharing her creativity with others. "I don’t want to make quilts and put them in a closet,” says Jan. “I want to provide a creative outlet for others.” You can see all of her fabric turned into quilts on Jan’s website - www.janpatekquilts.com - as so many others have. Join one of Jan’s great quilt clubs. Browse the books and quilt kits, relax, and be reminded of country, home, and family.



 
Jane Dixon
Jane Dixon



 
Janet Clare
Janet Clare
After completing my Textiles and Fashion degree I worked as a freelance designer for many years. I then trained to be an infant school teacher and had a very rewarding and enjoyable few years teaching reception classes. Now I am proud to be a full-time mother to our two little boys.



 
Janet Rae Nesbitt
Janet Rae Nesbitt



 
Jason Yenter
Jason Yenter



 
Jeannie Horton
Jeannie Horton
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Jen Fox
Jen Fox



 
Jen Kingwell
Jen Kingwell
She describes herself as a traditional quilter with a modern twist. Loves scrappy quilts and the more fabrics she can use in a single project the happier she is. In her perfect world she would hand stitch everything but with today’s busy lifestyle she does machine piece as well. Hand appliqué and quilting are among her favourite pastimes.



 
Jenn Ski
Jenn Ski
Jenn Ski is an artist and illustrator with a passion for modern and mid-20th century art and design. After obtaining her BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Massachusetts in 2005, she started creating the paper and acrylic paintings that began to define her style. Soon after she moved this aesthetic to the computer, and began trying to reproduce her painting style in digital form. Her paintings and digital giclée prints were a critical and commercial hit, which got her noticed by the Lilla Rogers Studio art agency. Through LRS, Jenn Ski’s abstract designs evolved into illustrations that have been licensed and published by a wide variety of clients. Her work is now featured in countless publications and products, both in the US and abroad.



 
Jennifer Heynen
Jennifer Heynen



 
Jill Shaulis
Jill Shaulis



 
Jinny Beyer
Jinny Beyer



 
Jo Morton
Jo Morton
Jo Morton is a quilt artist, fabric designer, teacher, author, lecturer and student of our ancestral quilt making. Her use of color, design and fine stitchery give her quilts the feeling of being made in the 19th Century. These quilts complement both the country and contemporary setting. Her work is included in private and public collections across the country. Jo presents re-creations of antique quilts, imitating colors and styles of period pieces, using an antique quilt as a source of inspiration, she creates an interpretation - a quilt that might have been made in the 19th Century. Jo sold her quilts at juried Folk Art Shows in Pennsylvania, Virginia and New England from 1988 through 2003. Jo’s quilts have been published in American Patchwork & Quilting, Quilters Newsletter Magazine, McCall’s Quilting, Quiltmaker, Love of Quilting, and Early American Life. She has appeared on HGTV’s, Simply Quilts program #603 and on Love of Quilting that airs on PBS, program #1408. She publishes her quilt designs through ‘Jo Morton Quilts’ and has published 18 books through 2009. Ask about ‘Jo’s Little Women’ Club at your favorite Quilt Shop, an olde fashioned gathering making a small olde looking quilt of-the-month and needful things. In 1998 she licensed some of her quilts to Heart of America, who published framed art prints of her quilts, which were available in country stores. They sold their business in 2008, so the license terminated. She lives in Nebraska City with husband Russ and three cats



 
Joanie Morrow
Joanie Morrow



 
Judie Rothermel
Judie Rothermel
An expert in 1930’s fabric reproductions and designs from the Civil War era and related periods, Judie Rothermel borrows from classic designs and colorations, while incorporating subtle variations to give them an updated look. Since her first collection for Marcus Fabrics in 1987, Judie has developed a strong following, primarily among quilters who look to her designs for their historical accuracy as well as their visual appeal.

Among her specialties are the 1930’s prints presented under the “Aunt Grace” label.

She began collecting antique textiles, quilt tops and quilts in the early 1970’s, along with her husband, Bob. Together they traveled, visited museums and bought quilts. In 1976, Judie and Bob opened their Quilt Shoppe in Canton, OH, giving them a place to house their growing collection, selling quilts occasionally.

Even from these early days, Judie has been drawn to the soft, dusty colors of the antique quilts. In particular, she continues to favor the browns, pinks, grey blues and dirty purples found in quilts from about 1850 to 1865. Miniature quilts and appliqués’ are her forte, as she enjoys hand piecing and hand quilting. She has also written several books, each featuring her fabric collections.



 
Julie Hendrickson
Julie Hendrickson



 
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