You have already met:Alexandra Rasmussen, Lisa Solomon, Kellie Wulfsohn, Alix McAlister, Ruth Singer, Kajsa Wikman, Alison Brookbanks, Shannon Lamden, Kristine Lempriere, Nicole Vaughan, me! Kathreen Ricketson, Betz White, Sherri-Lynn Wood, Lisa Call, Boo Davis, Malka Dubrawsky and Victoria Gertenbach.
Lizette Greco works with her family to create toys and imagery based on children’s drawings.
Liz Harvatine is a keen quilt maker – I really dig the modern retro thing she has going on.
Jude Hill is primarily unplugged – that means she makes all her gorgeous quilts by hand – she tells stories through her quilts – slow cloth and experimentation is her thing.
Lucinda Jones – I love her homey country girl aesthetic.
Alicia Paulson, is a beautiful stitcher, and her crafts often have a sentimental element.
Meg Spaeth has a lovely modern retro thing again that I love – she is not afraid of bright colours but mixes in lots of neutrals for a very modern groovin’ palette.
Sarah Steedman runs scrappy nation – making plush toys from scrap fabrics.
And that finishes up the contributors in the book and finishes up the first week of mini quilt month. More yummy mini quilts tomorrow …