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Mary L. Hackett

Mary L. Hackett

In "A Bridge to Landscape Quilts," Mary shows how she has used patchwork to interpret landscapes she once would have painted in watercolors. Mary's work hangs in private and public collections around the United States and Japan, and she has received recognition locally and nationally. Her quilts have been exhibited in numerous quilt shows and art shows from coast to coast, and she has pieces in the permanent collections of the White House and the Museum of the American Quilter's Society. Mary writes articles on technique, inspiration, and other professional topics, but her favorite creative activity is making quilted landscapes. While she learned to sew as a young girl and made many of her own clothes through the years, she didn't become really excited about fabric until she learned to quilt. Now every creative urge she has seeks to express itself somehow in patchwork.

Website: http://www.marylhackett.com

Books by Mary L. Hackett

 
Jane Hall

Jane Hall

A resident of Raleigh, North Carolina, Jane has been a quiltmaker for more than 20 years. She teaches, lectures, and judges quilts across the country. She likes to work with traditional patterns, using innovative colorations to create new graphics. Log Cabin designs are among her favorites. Published works include: "Firm Foundations: Quilt Blocks for Precision Pieces" and "Foundation Borders."

Books by Jane Hall

 
Cindy Vermillion Hamilton

Cindy Vermillion Hamilton

Passionate about quiltmaking, Cindy Vermillion Hamilton is a self-taught folk artist who brings new life to traditional designs. Her unique arrangement of color and pattern has led to many award-winning quilts. A serious scholar of quilt history, Cindy resides in Colorado and enjoys lecturing about quilts and teaching hand techniques. She has designed quilts for a fabric company, and her work has graced the covers of numerous publications.

Books by Cindy Vermillion Hamilton

 
Max Hamrick

Max Hamrick

Max Hamrick is the weaving specialist and dyer for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. He is a third generation Colonial Williamsburg employee and a sixth generation textile worker. He has been making cloth for a living for nearly fifty years and has been dyeing professionally for 33 years.
Hamrick moved to Williamsburg, Virginia when he was three years old. Before working for Colonial Williamsburg, he worked in the textile research and development department of Dow Badische Company.

Website: http://www.history.org/

Books by Max Hamrick

 
Klaudeen Hansen

Klaudeen Hansen

Klaudeen is listed in WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN QUILTING and is the editor of QUILT ART ENGAGEMENT CALENDAR which features the work of regional quilters and the ADDRESS & BIRTHDAY BOOK featuring miniature quilts and their stories. Kaludeen's quilts have been in many invitational shows both in the US and Europe. Her AMISH INFLUENCES exhibit of 12 wall quilts was in Oslo, Norway, during the Olympics. Teaching is Klaudeen's area of greatest interest. A recent trip to Japan's International Quilt Expo in Tokyo (1,000 quilts) gave Klaudeen a new focus for her popular exchange quilt classes and lots of new ideas to share. Published works include: "Klaudeen Hansen's Addresses & Birthdays."

Books by Klaudeen Hansen

 
Sandra Hart
 
Marianne L. Hatton

Marianne L. Hatton

Books by Marianne L. Hatton

 
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