This category is for individual quilt artists and quilters.
A British designer and maker. Includes a gallery of her work and a list of her awards.
Quilter, fabric designer and author. Includes biography, books, and lecture and workshop information.
Showcase for quilts. Also contains resources and information relating to brain injury and TBI support.
Quilt artist, teacher and art tour leader. Features images of quilts plus information on art tours and workshops. Ohio.
Showcases narrative quilts that are representations of history and culture. Gallery, biography and exhibitions. New York.
Blog with photographs of her work and links to similar sites.
Map-inspired work. Also teaches. Includes galleries of her work, information about her and the classes she runs and contact details.
Weblog with patterns and photographs. Also discusses embroidery and other needlework.
Artist, writer, and quiltmaker shares pictures of award winning quilts, design ideas, free pattern, and information on books.
Teacher shows some of her quilts. Books, classes and class schedules listed.
Offers machine quilting services. Includes photographs of her family and her work.
Weblog featuring book reviews, photographs and writings about her work.
Mixed media quilts by outsider artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Gallery of work, exhibitions and biography.
A Turkish quilter exhibits her original creations. Includes techniques like paper-piecing, crazy, pineapple, Baltimore, trapunto and miniature.
Lady from New Zealand who works with silk and offers classes. Includes class descriptions, fees and requirements. Her CV and a gallery of her work.
Photographs of this lady's finished designs including table runners, jackets and bedding.
Textile artist from India living in London whose work is a fusion of Indian and Western techniques, hand and machine embroidery, appliqué and beading.
Art quilts and contemporary quilts. Includes a biography, artist's statement, studio, and contact information.
Artist, teacher and quiltmaker offers reflections, workshop schedule and descriptions, bulletin board, quilt links and several galleries.
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