month of mini quilts: day 7: contributors

by kath_red on 07/04/2010

in Whip Up Mini Quilts

Introducing more of the contributors, whose mini quilt patterns appear in Whip Up Mini Quilts, published by Chronicle books

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.

Next up are the remaining US contributors Lizette Greco, Liz Harvatine, Jude Hill, Lucinda Jones, Alicia Paulson, Meg Spaeth and Sarah Steedman.

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 …

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1 dulcet April 7, 2010 at 10:41 am

On Lucinda Jones, did you mean “homey?” Because I think “homely” kinda means ugly. Funny how much of a difference one little l can make.

2 jude April 7, 2010 at 11:53 am

thanks for the shout out!

3 Holly April 7, 2010 at 8:20 pm

that colorful dotty quilt is so GORGEOUS. Also, I love most everything Meg makes…

4 amy April 8, 2010 at 8:47 am

Can’t wait to get my paws on the book — looks wonderful! Congrats to all!

5 kath_red April 9, 2010 at 6:32 am

mmm: I think homely means: having a feeling of home; cozy and comfortable; or unpretentious – but perhaps I will change it to homey :)

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