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Lisa Fulmer

Lisa Fulmer

Lisa has worked for several years in the craft industry as a project designer, teacher, demonstrator and marketing consultant.

She refers to herself as “an ardent artist and a chronic crafter”—she fills every spare minute with mixed media, cardmaking, art journaling, beading, needlework, sewing, painting, photography, general crafts—there's precious little that she hasn't tried and totally loved creating.

Lisa writes a weekly column for her town's news blog that features local artists, crafters, performances and more. She is also a regular craft writer for CraftFoxes.com, Famtivity.com and Bella Crafts Quarterly. She is the Publicity Chair for her local art association, a volunteer for her county's Arts & Culture Commission, as well as an active member of the Craft & Hobby Association.

Lisa has contributed designs to several craft compilation books and magazines over the years. Her new book, Craft Your Stash—Transforming Craft Closet Treasures into Gifts, Home Décor & More, releases in October 2014.


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Projects on FaveQuilts:

Learn to Sew Easy Curves from Leisure Arts

Fons & Porter Easy Collection

Fons & Porter Scrap Explosion

Fons & Porter Kickin' Back Quilts

Fons & Porter Batik Quilts

Memory Quilts from Leisure Arts

T-Shirt Quilts from Leisure Arts

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