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Annemart Berendse

Annemart Berendse

Website: http://www.quiltingthetownred.com

Books by Annemart Berendse

 
Jean Biddick

Jean Biddick

Books by Jean Biddick

 
Irena Bluhm

Irena Bluhm

 
Debbie Bowles

Debbie Bowles

Debbie Bowles came to quiltmaking via a lifetime of garment and craft sewing. As an elementary school teacher, Cub Scout den mom, and church volunteer with junior high students, Debbie approaches design, quiltmaking, and teaching as a means of having fun while creating something pleasing to the maker. Through her pattern company, Maple Island Quilts, she brings delightful designs made with achievable techniques to quilters of many skill levels. Her book "Cutting Curves from Straight Pieces," published by the American Quilter's Society in 2001, has opened up the world of curves for many quilters. Debbie travels nationally to present workshops that are fun and informative. They offer each quilter a space for personal interpretation of the designs. Her home is in Minnesota, where she lives with her husband, Rick, and two sons, Ryan and Kyle.

Website: http://www.mapleislandquilts.com

 
Patricia Bowman

Patricia Bowman

Books by Patricia Bowman

 
Barbara Brackman

Barbara Brackman

Barbara has been a board member of the American Quilt Study Group (AQSG) and the Kansas Quilt Project, and has served as consultant to numerous state quilt projects, assisting with pattern identification and quilt dating. As a freelance museum curator, she has organized exhibits of art from quilts and cowboy boots to art environments. When she finds time to make quilts, they often reflect her sense of humor. With Laurie Metzinger she organized the infamous project The Sun Set on Sunbonnet Sue.

 
Brenda Brayfield

Brenda Brayfield

Brenda Brayfield was born in Northern Ireland and immigrated with her parents to Vancouver, British Columbia, as a young child. She now lives in Surrey with her husband, Roger. She has three sons, Jim, Ryan, and Kevin. Brenda has been making and showing quilts since she took her first class in 1993 and teaches quilting in local workshops. Brenda's top foundation-piecing technique was developed as an answer to a dilemma she faced while preparing for an upcoming workshop. As her students requested more blocks in a variety of styles and sizes, Brenda's block pile grew and so did the accompanying pile of text. The result was Brenda's first book, "Log Cabin: Rediscovered by Machine," published by the American Quilter's Society.

 
Patricia L. Brown

Patricia L. Brown

Website: http://www.quiltedmoon.com

Books by Patricia L. Brown

 
Bonnie K Browning

Bonnie K Browning


Bonnie enjoys teaching others to quilt. Teaching has taken her to guilds and conferences across the United States, and to Austrailia, Turkey, and Japan. But, one of Bonnie's favorite teaching dates is with grade school-age children at the Quilt Camp for Kids, held each July at the Museum of the American Quilter's Society. Bonnie's articles have appeared in "American Quilter" and "McCall's Quilting," and she has shared quilting techniques on Simply Quilts on HGTV. In addition to writing and teaching, Bonnie is involved in other facets of quilting. She is a certified quilt judge and judges at several conferences each year. Bonnie is a staff member of the American Quilter's Society where she serves as coordinator for the quilt shows produced by AQS. Bonnie lives in Paducah, Kentucky, with her husband, Wayne, and White Sox, the cat.

Website: http://bonniebrowning.tripod.com

Books by Bonnie K Browning

 
Michael G Buckingham

Michael G Buckingham

Michael Buckingham has lived and traveled around the United States and Europe working as a graphic designer, illustrator, and cartoonist. Combining his interests in design, history, and quilting, he has created the unique "Presidential Redwork: A Stitch in Time" that both quilters and their families can enjoy. Michael, a staff designer for AQS, resides in western Kentucky's lakes area with his wife and two sons.

Website: http://www.buckgrafix.com

Books by Michael G Buckingham

 
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