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I started quilting in the early 70’s. My first husbands grandmother whom was a beautiful quilter, got me started. She actually bought my first sewing machine for me on my 19th birthday. It was my most treasured gift. I learned so much from her.
I worked in the hospitality industry in the beautiful city of Nanaimo BC for many years, and as I’m a very social person this was a perfect match. Between working and raising our boys (all 4 played hockey), we had a very busy life, but I don’t think there was ever a time that I wasn’t working on a quilt.
We retired to 100 Mile House in 2007. This is when my quilting took a huge leap forward. I started working at a local quilt shop in 2009 (not ready to retire), and I soon started teaching classes. Every new year I challenge myself to practice and improve different free motion stitches. Free motion quilting and appliqué became my two favorite things. I found an article on line about Westalee rulers, and a couple of friends and I were so intrigued that in 2016 we put in an order (from Australia back then). We were (and still are) hooked. I am now into my 7th year ruler quilting, and I love it more than ever. New Years challenge 2023 was to design my own quilt. Its a work in progress. I have taught a variety of different classes in the last several years, and I hope to continue to do so.
I would love to travel around BC to host in person quilt and ruler work classes.
Feel free to email or call me to discuss further.
Currently working with Stitch In the Ditch