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An Interview With Elizabeth Rosenberg

Teri: What machine are you stitching on?Elizabeth: I stitch on a Bernina 770QE. It’s the third Bernina I’ve owned. Bernina makes the best sewing machines. I used to work at a Bernina dealer, but now that I no longer work there I still believe and stand by everything I ever said to customers as a… Continue reading An Interview With Elizabeth Rosenberg

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An Interview with: Tracy Lee of Sew Thankful

At Fall Market while looking for another quilter I met Tracy Lee, owner of Sew Thankful. We had a bit of a mutual admiration society with each other. We’ve both been following each other for a long time. And quilters she’s someone I’d always wanted to meet. How I came to know Tracy’s business, Sew… Continue reading An Interview with: Tracy Lee of Sew Thankful

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An Interview with Alex Anderson

Often the work we do is a gift, in part for the work, in part for the people we meet along the way. People who set the tone of engaging quilters to explore the work they do, showing us options for that exploring. As a quilter, like all of us, she leads by example in… Continue reading An Interview with Alex Anderson

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An Interview with: Gailen Runge

Interviewing quilters and authors is one of my favorite things. One of the best things I learned with Generation Q Magazine is to have fun as the person is more than the book they are publishing. The book, Sew Emoji, is due out in September and I’ll be getting two copies, one to keep and… Continue reading An Interview with: Gailen Runge

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An Interview with Angela Huffman

This will be the first interview ever that I will issue a spew warning. As you begin reading Angela’s interview please, I’m pleading with you, do not have coffee, water, wine, margaritas, tea (iced, hot, cold or chai), lattes, cappuccino, milk or orange juice in  your mouth. I can not be held responsible for new… Continue reading An Interview with Angela Huffman

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An Interview With. . . Sue Reno!

Every once in a while the work of a quilter captures my attention in a way that speaks to my heart and head. Then I get to meet the quilter. Ah yes, there is a level of comfort in the conversation that is just well, very cool indeed. And this is how it is with… Continue reading An Interview With. . . Sue Reno!

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An Interview with Debby Brown

Hi Debby! We’ve shared a lot since we’ve met it’s hard to believe I haven’t interviewed you for the blog however here we are and let’s get this party started. Teri: As a traveling quilting teacher you’ve had access to a lot of chocolate cake from a lot of different places. Is there one cake… Continue reading An Interview with Debby Brown

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An Interview with Susan Sato of Easy Piecing

I met Susan Sato of Easy Piecing a few years ago, we catch up with each other in a variety of places. . .quilt shows, guild meetings. Susan carries some neat things in her booth, like dupioni silk (the good colors bright and fun like hot pink!) and some cool thread.  I’ve heard great things… Continue reading An Interview with Susan Sato of Easy Piecing

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An Interview with Katherine McPherson

Teri’s Note: I met Mary Kerr, Katherine’s mom, a few years ago through the Quilt Professionals Network. I am privileged to be featured in one of Mary’s books, Cutting Edge Art Quilts. While Mary was working on the book her daughter, Katherine, went into pre-term labor and delivered the BeeBops. Mary shared this on fb… Continue reading An Interview with Katherine McPherson