Lin McQuiston

I’m so glad that Lin McQuiston contacted me after her guild members Carolyn Burgess and Betsy Bauman had been interviewed.  Lin and I had a wonderful time visiting. Have you ever journaled about what was going on in your life while making a quilt?   It helped Lin realize how her quilt got her through…

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Raymond Houston

When I first saw one of Raymond Houston’s quilts it mesmerized me. I just wanted to follow the loops his blocks created. He uses the operations of symmetry and a single patch to create his very unique patchwork quilts. Raymond is an author, designer & textile artist at Nacho Grandma’s Quilts. While enjoying his retirement he’s making quilts and…

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Deb Luttrell

I think Deb Luttrell has found the balance between keeping quilting as a hobby and running a successful quilt shop.  Even with owning the largest quilt shop in Texas, she has her own quilting cabin behind her home where she can work on the projects she wants for her hobby.  Also, in spite of all…

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Lynn Kane

First of all I want to thank Lynn Kane for her service as a Marine, an EMS, and a Firefighter! At times it seemed that Lynn just couldn’t get a break from her hardships and then she shared with me – But do you know what the lemonade was from that? Wow. What a wonderful attitude. Here are…

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Scarlett Rose

Well known for her Celtic knotwork designs for applique, sashiko, embroidery and quilting, Scarlett Rose also enjoys designing delightful scrap quilts based on traditional patterns. She brings a unique perspective to these redesigned classic patchwork patterns, keeping the vintage look but using easier techniques for the construction. Here’s a couple photos of Scarlett’s quilts, which…

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