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3 Sisters
3 Sisters
3 Sisters is a collaboration born of mutual love and respect. This family of designers each dedicate their own voice to every collection. Vintage chic, country sophistication and an appreciation for the simple elegance of life are just a few of the stylistic threads that are woven into their designs. The widespread popularity of this dy­namic trio can be attributed to their keen eye for rich yet subtle color choices and a gentle finesse of both scale and pattern.



 
Abi Hall
Abi Hall
Abi Hall is an English Designer based on the sunny south east coast of Ireland. Trained as a fine art printmaker, Abi then went on to a career in Interior Design and now works full time as an illustrator and surface pattern designer. In her free time Abi can be found cooking Thai food, walking on the beach or with her head buried in a book.



 
Alex Anderson
Alex Anderson



 
American Jane
American Jane
Sandy Klop was first exposed to quilting in 1979 at her sister-in-laws when she returned from teaching in Iran. She went on to teach art in Saudi Arabia for the next four years. She loved the rich colors and patterns in the tiles and carpets of the Middle East. Back in California, Sandy began to make pattern samples for a local quilt store. From there she moved to machine quilting. She has worked at a local quilt shop and taught many quilt classes. In 2000 she published a series of quilt books with Jan Patek under the series title Folk Art Favorites before venturing out on her own as American Jane Patterns. In 2003 at Quilt Market Moda approached her to see if she would like to capture her look in fabric. She has been designing for Moda ever since. “Now I have a new fabric range from Moda every six months and I design quilt patterns to feature my new fabrics. I’m truly living my dream.”



 
Amy Ellis
Amy Ellis
Amy Ellis is an author, designer, quilter, blogger, wife and mom to four. Her books include Modern Basics; Easy Quilts to Fit Your Budget, Space and Style, Modern Basics II; 14 Easy Patchwork Quilt Patterns, Modern Neutrals; A Fresh Look at Neutral Quilt Patterns, and she’s contributed to a number of other books. Amy writes a regular column in Quilty magazine about quilting on your home sewing machine, and posts regularly at AmysCreativeSide.com – Amy loves sharing her love of quilting with anyone, and is looking forward to your creations with her fabrics!



 
Aneela Hoey
Aneela Hoey
Aneela Hoey graduated from Winchester School of Art with a BA (Hons) degree in printed textile design, in 1994. She has worked in design studios in both London and New York as well as freelance. After getting married she took a break to raise her two daughters, now aged 7 and 10. She found her back to textile design through her love of quilt making which led her to begin designing the kind of fabrics she wanted to use but couldn’t find. Aneela is also a keen embroiderer and produces her own embroidery patterns.



 
Angela Brumby
Angela Brumby



 
Another Point of View
Another Point of View



 
April Rosenthal
April Rosenthal
April started sewing as a young girl, and hasn’t stopped since. From Barbie clothes, to patchwork pants, and pencil pouches to quilts, her sewing hobby has taken her many places. She spends myriad hours in her quiet studio creating original quilts and patterns for her company, Prairie Grass Patterns, and is delighted to be a designer for Moda Fabrics. Her designs are published regularly in magazines, and have also been included in several collaborative books. She is currently working on her first book, to be published Fall 2014 with Lucky Spool. Follow her creative pursuits on her studio blog at www.aprilrosenthal.com



 
Barbara Brackman
Barbara Brackman
Barbara links her books, e-Clubs and Moda reproductions to give quilters lots of opportunities to create accurate reproduction quilts. Her most recent print projects include a few from Star Books. Flora Botanica: Quilts from the Spencer Museum of Art, is an exhibit catalog of antique quilts with patterns for reproductions. She’s also been using her digital photo manipulation programs to create some very silly takes on classic paintings. For C&T Publishing she’s added a volume about the 20th century to her quilt history series. Making History Quilts & Fabric from 1890-1970 contains information about quilt style, fabric style and how to create reproduction quilts.



 
Barbara Jones of Quiltsoup
Barbara Jones of Quiltsoup
Barbara Jones of QuiltSoup has been making quilts for about 28 years. She also teaches beginner needle-turn appliqué in workshops around the country. She loves teaching. She launched the QuiltSoup pattern company eight years ago and has authored 4 books and several magazine articles to date.



 
BasicGrey
BasicGrey
Attitude is everything. Upscale attitude with a touch of metro-style, BasicGrey’s Urban Couture fabric collection features illustrative prints, natural form and unconventional design. BasicGrey makes fabric extraordinary. Deliciously different. Ambitiously diverse. Remarkably distinct. Refreshing palettes of color in exceptional prints that so easily fit your style, making your creations uniquely you. In the world of BasicGrey, we strive to set the standard, not follow the trend. Like a leader of the pack, we work to stay one step ahead of the innovative curve, creating what has never been created before. We live art-on the edge, in uncommon ways.



 
Bella Blvd
Bella Blvd



 
Betsy Chutchian
Betsy Chutchian
Betsy Chutchian developed a passionate interest in fabric, quilts, sewing and history as a child. Learning to sew on her grandmother’s treadle sewing machines and her aunt’s 1940s Singer paved the way to quiltmaking. When she graduated in 1980 from the University of Texas at Arlington, she received an antique quilt top made by her paternal great-grandmother and great-aunt and taught herself to quilt. She began teaching quiltmaking in 1990. Chutchian’s first book with The Kansas City Star was Gone to Texas, Quilts from a Pioneer Woman’s Journal. She is co-author of History Repeated, Block Exchange Quilts by the 19th Century Patchwork Divas. Chutchian is co-founder of the Patchwork Divas. Her first fabric line debuted in 2010. She lives in Grand Prairie, Texas, with her husband.



 
Bird Brain Designs
Bird Brain Designs
Bird Brain Designs was launched when Robin was asked to design a felt Table Rug and stocking for Better Homes and Gardens. With the discovery of how wonderful Penny Rug Appliqué is Robin designed lots of other things - Bird Brain Designs was born. Soon many new Redwork Designs, Leaflets along with Wool, Perle Cotton Floss and assorted Stitching Acessories were added as the website and quilts shows grew. Now the "Birds", as they are known, hit the road and travel to quilt shows up and down the west coast and farther east to Texas. FUN, BUSY and EXHAUSTING too. Most recently Machine Embroidery has been added to the list of great ways to relax and enjoy needlework. Gals have asked for literally years for the super BBD Embroidery designs be digitized for them to enjoy on their Embroidery Machines.....they are ready now. Have a great time!!



 
Blackbird Designs
Blackbird Designs
Barb and Alma met several years ago when Barb took an appliqué class from Alma. They decided to begin a quilt book publishing company called Blackbird Designs. Both Barb and Alma are inspired by the colors and textures of fabric. They not only enjoy working on quilts, but also are excited by cross-stitch and rug hooking. They try to include projects with wool and cross-stitch in their books. They both appreciate the break a small project offers after working on several large quilts.

Barb works full-time managing the production line in a dental laboratory. In what little time she has to spare she and her mom Leona Adams design and sew like crazy.

Alma works in the home. She and her husband Dave have four children, three cats and two dogs. The children’s ages span from college age to middle school.

Alma and Barb both enjoy gardening and their quilt designs reflect this passion. They try to incorporate flowers and gardens into their publications when ever possible. Barb and Alma both feel that the friendships and laughter found through quilting are the joyful part of life.



 
Bonnie & Camille
Bonnie & Camille
Bonnie and Camille met on June 10, 1983 when Camille came into the world on Bonnie’s 24th birthday. Not only do the two share a family and a birthday, they also share a love of quilting and an all out obsession with fabric.

Since starting her company Cotton Way in 1990, Bonnie has designed over 300 patterns. She currently resides in Idaho, has a wonderful husband, 5 children, and enjoys spoiling her 5 beautiful grandchildren. When she’s not busy designing, she enjoys decorating her home, scrapbooking and boating with the family.

Camille started her own pattern company Thimble Blossoms in 2007. She currently lives in Las Vegas and is raising her two energetic little boys, Aiden & Canon. A few of her favorite things are staying up all night sewing, blogging, and watching movies with her family.

This mother daughter team blends trendy with traditional, and has the unique perspective of two generations of quilters. Their hope is that you, too, may be able to start a new quilt day tradition as mothers and daughters. Oh, and don’t forget the chocolate!


 

Bonnie Sullivan
Bonnie Sullivan
Bonnie Sullivan, a folk artist from Salem Oregon, has been painting, quilting, and designing American arts and crafts for over eighteen years. Since 2000, she has shifted her emphasis to the creation of wool penny rugs, table or wall coverings made from wool and flannel



 
Brannock & Patek
Brannock & Patek
To learn about these ladies be sure to visit their websites. Linda Brannock and Jan Patek



 
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