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Michele Scott
Michele Scott
Michele Scott is an award-winning quilt artist who specializes in teaching, lecturing, designing, and painted fabrics. New to the exciting and rewarding world of fabric design, Michele’s first love is in quilt design. You can find her original designs in McCall’s Quilting and Quick Quilts magazines regularly. She specializes in machine work and embellishments, but Michele’s high energy can be found in her variety of classes that range from “Machine Quilting 1.5” to “Painting Landscapes”. Look for her new book, Spring of 2010, entitled Bobbinpalooza and Fusing Fun. It will highlight great techniques from her classes! Michele’s goal is to conduct positive upbeat classes that teach sound techniques and give all levels of quilters new confidence. She teaches and lectures locally and nationally.



 
Minick & Simpson
Minick & Simpson
Polly and Laurie are sisters that share of the love all things textile. They are the authors of "Folk Art Friends; Hooked Rugs and Coordinating Quilts"; "Everyday Folk Art; Hooked Rugs and Quilts to Make"; Modern Primitive Quilts: Redefining Country Style," and "Americana Rugs". Laurie is known for the quilts she creates and Polly hooks a rug to match. They have both been featured in various magazines including Country Home, American Patchwork & Quilting, McCall’s Quilting, Victoria, and Architectural Digest. They have combined all these loves into fabrics that include 100% cotton prints, Classic twills and 100% over-dyed wools. Polly and Laurie travel and teach together occasionally. This summer (2009) they will be teaching at the 1800 House on Nantucket for the Nantucket Historical Organization.



 
Molly B’s Studio
Molly B’s Studio



 
Momo
Momo



 
MYKT
MYKT



 
Nancy Gere
Nancy Gere
After a lifetime of collecting vintage fabrics and clothing, Nancy has amassed an impressive collection of both. "It’s my pleasure to bring some of my most wonderful fabric finds to life in authentic reproductions. How wonderful to take a single fabric "scrap" and turn it into an exact replica that thousands of quilters can enjoy."

Nancy lives with her husband in Maryland. She spends her summers on Nantucket Island.



 
Nancy Halvorsen
Nancy Halvorsen
I have been interested in creating, drawing and sewing since I was a little girl. I made dolls and doll furniture by hand before I was old enough to use a sewing machine. My mother did some quilting with her friends when I was young, and I remember playing under the quilt frame while she quilted. As I got older I experimented with all sorts of creative outlets including sewing, embroidery, drawing, woodcrafts and even pottery and stained glass. I also became very interested in interior design. Several years ago I started an interior design business. In reality, it was just another outlet for my artistic yearnings with the added bonus of it being a business. I was introduced to quilting by a friend who was teaching a class on hand piecing and hand quilting. I was comfortable working with fabric because I had done a lot of sewing in the past, but that was my first experience putting together different fabrics to make up a wall hanging. It didn’t take long before I was having fun designing my own quilts. I was drawn to art quilts because I enjoy pulling together my love for all sorts of artistic expression into my quilts. When I first started designing quilts I was just making them for myself. So many people asked me where the designs had come from that I decided to try publishing a few pattern packets. I felt comfortable self-publishing my patterns because I worked for a printer all through high school and college, until I was married, and felt like I knew how to do it. I originally took four pattern packets and went around to my local quilt shops. They were all very enthusiastic and encouraged me to continue designing and to attend Quilt Market. I exhibited at my first quilt market in 1994 and that’s when things really took off! I’ve been in business since the spring of 1992 and have loved every minute of it! To find out more find her website here



 
Nancy Rink
Nancy Rink



 
October Afternoon
October Afternoon



 
One Canoe Two



 
One S1ster Designs
One S1ster Designs
for Henry Glass & Co



 
Pat Sloan
Pat Sloan
Pat Sloan - Quilt designer, fabric designer, author, teacher, speaker and Internet Quilting Radio Show Host. I have a passion for creating and quilts are my medium. I started sewing as a child (love those doll clothes!) and I continued to sew clothing for myself until I discovered quilting. I’ve been quilting now for over 20 years. But I made my first ’first quilt’ way before that!



 
Patrick Lose
Patrick Lose



 
Paul Brent
Paul Brent
Artist and Designer Paul Brent has been in the publishing and licensing industry for over 20 years and has a background in architecture and interior design. All of his experience in these fields combined together solidifies the fact that his talent and passion for design is unsurpassed. Having previously designed coastal collections for many manufacturers, Paul Brent is well aware of what it takes to create a branded product grouping, having achieved success in the creation of several collections. We believe that placing a strong emphasis through advertising, in-store signage, and promotions, based on the fact that the design collection was created by the most recognized coastal artist, will also further the success of the collection. The brand loyalty that is already in place regarding Paul Brent’s work will also be a major contributing factor for the success of any design collection.



 
Pela Studios
Pela Studios



 
Penguin & Fish
Penguin & Fish



 
Pepper Cory
Pepper Cory
I have been a quiltmaker since 1972 when I saw an antique quilt at a rummage sale, purchased it for $1.00, and on the way home fell in love! From that moment I wanted to learn to make quilts and sought out quiltmakers, usually elderly ladies, who could teach me the art. Ever since I’ve been collecting quilts, making quilts myself, writing books about them, designing needlework tools, and sharing my love of quilting by teaching and lecturing.



 
Petit Collage
Petit Collage



 
Primitive Gatherings
Primitive Gatherings
Known world-wide for her primitive style in quilting, Lisa Bongean calls Menasha, WI home. This is where it all happens for Primitive Gatherings and the customers that have grown to love Lisa’s primitive and folk art designs featuring her hand-dyed wools, homespun, reproduction and designer fabrics.

Lisa’s talents are many; proud mother of 3 sons (Lance, Luke and Jake), designer, teacher, award winning quilter, shop owner, and business woman partnered with her husband, Nick. In addition to the retail shop, Lisa and Nick stay busy with their wholesale and internet business as well as traveling to and vending at numerous quilt shows across the country. Primitive Gatherings, their family-owned business, opened in 2004 and continues to grow adding their newest venture in January, 2011….”The Gathering”, a quilters’ retreat house located less than one mile north of the shop.

Primitive Gatherings was elected by the editors of American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine as one of the outstanding quilt shops in North America and featured in the 13th annual Quilt Sampler (spring/summer 2006 edition), a special publication from the American Patchwork & Quilter Magazine.

Lisa is honored to enter into a partnership with Moda and embraces this wonderful opportunity to continue reaching out to quilters everywhere offering them beautiful new fabrics designed especially for creating her primitive and folk art designs.



 
Quilted Crow Girls
Quilted Crow Girls



 
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