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Lone J. Minkkinen

Lone J. Minkkinen

Lone J. Minkkinen was born and reared in Denmark. Trained as a graphic designer, Lone made her home in Michigan for many years and is the mother of two children. She and her family have returned abroad and currently live in Lolland, Denmark.

Website: http://www.seabrightart.com

Books by Lone J. Minkkinen

 
Nan Moore

Nan Moore

Nan (short for Nannette) Moore has been quilting for over 25 years. Her quilts have won awards locally and nationally, and have been featured in books and magazines. She has owned Moore and Moore Quilts, a longarm machine quilting and design business, for over six years. Nan is a quilt appraiser with a special interest in mid-century fabrics especially feedsacks. She is married with five grown children and has adopted and rescued five mustangs and a wild burro, along with numerous dogs and cats.

Books by Nan Moore

 
Joyce Mori

Joyce Mori

Joyce learned to quilt from her mother around age 10 and made her first full-size quilt as a teenager. When her own daughter began school, Joyce needed something to help fill her time. It seemed natural to combine her interest in quilting with her doctorate in Native American technologies. Joyce received a National Quilting Association grant to study the use of Native American designs by quilters. This study led directly to her writing five books and she has since published many more books and articles on quilting subjects. Joyce enjoys playing with color combinations, learning new techniques, observing all the wonderful quilts made by quilters, and non-harmful sensory overload. Quilting encourages creativity and Joyce says there are always new techniques to learn and new patterns to try. With new knowledge comes the chance to apply it to her own style and designs.

Books by Joyce Mori

 
Ro Morse

Ro Morse

Books by Ro Morse

 
Caron L. Mosey

Caron L. Mosey

Caron L. Mosey, Ed.S is from the State of Michigan, a recipient of many national first-place quilting awards, and is a member of the Evening Star Quilt Guild. She is the author of both "America's Pictorial Quilts" (AQS, out of print) and "Contemporary Quilts From Traditional Designs" (E.P. Dutton). Caron has taught at NQA in Washington, D.C., and at shows in Paducah, Houston, and Chicago. She has served as an instructor at the Mackinac Island Quilt Retreat and for other shows and guilds in over 24 states.

Website: http://www.caronmosey.com

 
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