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Kimberly is an author, designer, and internationally known instructor of quilting, machine embroidery, and heirloom sewing techniques. While living in Germany for four years, she designed original quilts to capture the beauty and essence of the many different countries and exciting cities she visited in Europe. Her articles and quilts have appeared in a variety of publications, including "Fons and Porter’s Love of Quilting" and "American Quilter." She has also designed a popular and highly successful series of mystery quilt classes, which are in high demand both locally and abroad. Kimberly enjoys sharing her passion for quilting and sewing. Her goal is to travel the world teaching at quilt shows, guilds, and on quilting cruises. When not traveling, she resides in Kettering, Ohio, with her husband, Kent, and their two sons.
Books by Kimberly Einmo
- Modern Quilts & More | Author Interview
- Quilt a Travel Souvenir
- Jelly Roll Quilts & More
- Jelly Roll Quilt Magic
- eBook Jelly Roll Quilts & More
- eBook Jelly Roll Quilt Magic
- Precut Bonanza! 200 Pieced Blocks from Cut Strips and Shapes
- eBook Precut Bonanza! 200 Pieced Blocks from Cut Strips and Shapes
- Milky Star Way Quilt Pattern
- Clever Combo Quilts
As a drafter of survey plans and shop drawings on the computer, Keryn Emmerson adapted these skills in designing her own quilting patterns. Residing in Queensland, Australia, Keryn travels to cities and outback areas all over her country to teach machine quilting. Keryn empowers new quilters by teaching many of her projects and patterns using a walking foot. She specializes in longarm quilting patterns and shows students that they can quilt wonderful patterns no matter what their skill level. Keryn employs modern, timesaving methods to make traditional quilts. The first Golden Threads designer, she has offered her packets and pantographs to quilters in the United States since 1996.
Although she lives on a Florida beach, Margie Engel likes nothing better than spending the day inside––in her sewing studio. Taught to sew at the age of five by her mother, she was stitching appliqué to doll house linens with embroidery floss by age six. Although quilts were not part of her textile heritage, it was the color and design possibilities and the desire for a Christmas wall quilt that led her to try out quilting. An artist was born! Today, she holds numerous quilt award ribbons. Margie is founder and president of EduQuilters, a group of volunteers who take “The Kids Quilt Project” into schools, organizations, and summer camps. For this work she has received several community service awards, including the Jefferson Award for Public Service. She wrote “Kids Quilt Projects In and Out of the Classroom” to help others introduce quilting to children. Margie teaches high school sewing teachers on land, leads retreats abroad cruise ships, and heads symposiums for quilt guilds. Sharing her creativity through “Bodacious Appliqué a la Carte” is a natural step in her life.
Books by Margie Engel