Tell us about yourself. Where are you from and how long have you been in our guild?
A: Grew up in Los Angeles – traveled around a bit, got married and ended up in Manhattan since 95. Retired from Metro North Railroad as a locomotive engineer in 2008 and have been quilting ever since. Join Mod Quilters in November 2012.
Have you always been crafty? What other things do you make?A: Was a big time knitter but since I discovered quilting….
Where do you sew?A: At home in my living room and when I attend my Bee.
What is your favorite type of project?
A: Making a new block real rings my bell – putting it all together not so much
What’s your favorite quilting tool?
A: Needle point tweezersWhat type of fabrics do you use most often?
Who or what inspires you most in quilting?
A: Art quilters amaze me
What are you working on now?A: Baby quilts for charity – I use up my stash and can then buy more fabric for a new quilt.
What kind of projects would you like to tackle in the coming year?
A: Will take a class at CQ on shibori dying with Susan Sato, this type of class is not in my comfort zone
(Thank you Barbara! Good luck with your shibori class~ If you would like to be interviewed for this series, please fill out the questionnaire and email it to jessunderquilts at yahoo dot com)