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Barbara Kaempfer

Born and raised in the capital city of Switzerland, the medieval town of Bern, Barbara now lives with her husband, Ueli, in Mettmenstetten, a rural village halfway between Zurich and Lucerne. "Log Cabin with a Twist" is Barbara's first book about quiltmaking. She has been making and showing quilts since she first came to know this artful craft in 1982. At that time, she was living with her family in Raleigh, North Carolina, where her husband worked for three years on a professional assignment. After her family's return to Switzerland in 1985, she started teaching various quilting techniques in Swiss quilt guilds and shops. Since 1991 she runs her own annual quilting seminar in the little Swiss town of Unterageri and teaches the Log Cabin with a Twist technique to an international audience with great success. She is also a frequent guest teacher at seminars in other European countries and the USA. Barbara's work won numerous blue and red ribbons in international competitions. Several articles have been published about her and her work in the local and international trade press.

 
Deb Karasik

Deb Karasik

Deb Karasik is part of the dynamic duo - QuiltMavens. Deb and her partner, Janet Mednick, were both designers of numerous original quilts, when they met at a San Francisco Quilt Guild meeting in 2001. They became fast friends, and collaborated on many quilt projects. Today they continue to design and create quilts that visually push the limits of the usual concept of "quilt." Their success in combining two very different quilting styles is evident in their role as QuiltMaves--teachers and fiber artists.

Website: http://www.quiltmavens.com

 
Connie Kauffman

Connie Kauffman

Connie lives in Nappanee, Indiana, with her husband and has two older children.
Connie was a special education teacher until her children were born when she became a stay-at-home mom. As the children grew, Connie had more time to sew and explore quilting. Connie's mother taught her to sew as a child, but Connie didn't begin quilting until she had children of her own. "Piecefully Amish" is her first quilting book. Connie has over 100 quilts published in other books and magazines including her most recent publication, "24 Sunbonnet Sue & Overall Sam Quilt Blocks" and "24 Kids' Quilt Blocks", and "The Scrap Savers Solution Book."

 
Debra Kimball

Debra Kimball

Books by Debra Kimball

 
Nori Koenig

Nori Koenig

Published works include: "Embroidered Childhood Memories" coauthored with Brenna Hopkins.

 
Debby Kratovil

Debby Kratovil

Debby Kratovil is a quilting teacher and prolific writer. She has been special projects editor for "Quilt Magazine" for ten years and says she enjoys teaching through the written word. Debby shares her patterns and techniques on her Web site, www.quilterbydesign.com, one of the oldest quilting sites on the Internet. Debby has been dubbed the "power quilter" by her friends for the sheer number of quilts she makes. Always motivated by the challenge of a new design and its execution in fabric, she creates traditional quilts with a contemporary flair. Debby is active with her guild, The Material Girls of Tucker, Georgia. She and her husband, Phil, live in Atlanta; they have three daughters and a son-in-law.

Website: http://www.quilterbydesign.com

 
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