Suze Spensley is an avid quilter and makes one-of-a-kind quilts that she sells through her business Revelation Quilts. Each and every quilt she makes is personalized with love. It is her dream to motivate and inspire you to be your best self. As Suze and I chatted I found out that the day this episode is to be published is her mother’s birthday. So I wanted to add Happy Birthday to Suze’s mother. Congratulations on raising such a wonderful lady!
Enjoy some of Suze’s quilts
Catalyst & Jeweled Windows
Nonameyet & Pixelquilt
Find more about Suze
Website: Revelation Quilts
Facebook: Revelation Quilts
YouTube: Revelation Quilts
Awesome interview and thank you for the Birthday Wishes, Ms. Chamberlain!
So glad you enjoyed the interview, Carolyn. And you’re welcome for the birthday wishes. Hope it was the best birthday ever!
Thank you so much suze for your awesome interview. I so enjoyed and learnt so much. You are so inspiring and encouraging. May God Bless you and your craftsmanship, business & family.
Feeling so blessed & encouraged listening to you & moving in your God given purpose.
Thank you again 🥰♥️
Yes Suze I agree to keep trying different crafts etc until you find your the one. You have some interesting likes; 😁
My grandmother also had a peddle machine and I made lots of my own clothes on it I was 19, 20 then. Love your quilts to me it’s like stairs to the next faze of journey.
Thank you Elizabeth <3 It's so great to know how much we have in common. Love you!
Love this Suze!!! So encouraging 🙌 I can soooo relate to the “been there, done that phase” and I’m still exploring what MY THING is😍🙌
I think your quilts are ABSOLUTLEY BEAUTIFUL 🤗 AND SPECIAL!!
You’re so inspirational 💗🔥🙏
♥️ 💙 💜 💚 🤎 🧡 💛
This was so interesting! I’m not a crafty person (mostly because I don’t allow myself the time to do any crafts) but regardless the interviewer asked really good questions and Suze you were so interesting to listen too. I kinda want to make a quilt! I remember starting the process when I was in school, about 11 or 12 years old, we had to make a quilt. We had to design a pattern of triangles on a piece of paper and then cut out a million triangles in the right colours and then sew it all together. I think I got about 20 triangles sewn together haha…