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Carole Carter at From My Carolina Home

Carole Carter at From My Carolina Home Carole Carter is a quilter, crafter, sewing enthusiast, wool worker, stamper, gardener, hiker, reader, photographer, and cook. She has written articles for various sewing, quilting and book newsletters for years, taught sewing classes, held leadership positions in sewing and quilting clubs (and one car club), written articles for book blogs, and finally decided to write for her own blog.


Judy Martin

Judy Martin In a quilting environment that stresses quick and easy projects, Judy Martin is one of the few traditional-style designers and authors to continue to offer food for thought for intermediate and advanced quilters. Judys focus is on enabling quilters to improve their craft, expand their horizons, and increase their enjoyment of the art.


Melissa Corry

Melissa Corry I created Happy Quilting in July of 2010 after my husband got on my case for hijacking our family blog. I can't believe how quickly it has grown! I have loved the opportunity Happy Quilting has given me to expand my skills and share them with others!



TeresaDownUnder I am a self-taught weekend quilter and sewer. Most of the things I make are practical because I like to make things that are functional as well as decorative or beautiful. I try to learn new things with every project: a technique, a new design, new skills.


Bonnie K. Hunter

Bonnie K Hunter Bonnie K Hunter is passionate about quilting, focusing mainly on scrap quilts with the simple feeling of making do. She started her love affair with quilting in a home economics class her senior year of high school in 1980 and has never looked back.


Christa Watson

Christa Watson Hi, I'm Christa! I like to play with fabric and blog over at I've been an avid quilter for nearly 20 years but only recently discovered modern quilting. I specialize in creating easy to follow quilt alongs and sharing them on my blog. I love to encourage others to try their hand at machine quilting since that's my favorite part of making a quilt!


Jera Brandvig

Jera Brandvig Jera approaches quilting as a creative art form and loves to bend the rules. She strives to bring out the inner artist in everyone and delights in the great sense of satisfaction that comes from creating something truly unique and beautiful. Stay tuned for her book to come out in 2014. Jera lives in the rainy city of Seattle in a cozy home with her son, husband and two furry children. Her motto is to Let your creativity rain!


Ann S. Lainhart

Ann S Lainhart Ann S. Lainhart considers herself a contemporary traditionalist when it comes to quilting. Much of her work is based on traditional quilt blocks such as Card Trick, Mariners Compass, and Eight-Pointed Star.


Melanie Rudy

Melanie Rudy I enjoy teaching modern quilting techniques, often from my scrap bag and inspired by color concepts. Often asked about color theory by my fellow quilters, I began blogging to enhance my hands-on demonstrations for guilds and quilt retreats. Please enjoy!


Laura Wasilowski

Laura Wasilowski A sense of whimsy and play describes my art work. With a feeling of delight, I create art quilts using hand-dyed fused fabrics, hand stitching, and machine quilting. Creating with fused fabric allows my work to be joyful, organic, and more inventive.


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