We’re almost nearing the end of our Starlight Mountains Quilt Block Challenge! Let’s start making our final blocks for week 4. This challenge features a quilt designed by Andrea Smith of Happy Cloud Creations!
I’m Teri, the Chief Creative Weirdo at TerifiCreations, and the author of Color, Thread & Free-Motion Quilting Learn to Stitch with Reckless Abandon. I’m an accidental free motion quilter, starting after working on a hand quilting project for several years, and just wanting that quilt done. I offer quilters the information they need to do the free-motion quilting they want
We’ve loved seeing everyone’s progess on our Starlight Mountains Quilt Block Challenge! Now lets get quilting with the materials for week 3. This challenge features a quilt designed by Andrea Smith of Happy Cloud Creations!
How was your first week of our Starlight Mountains Quilt Block Challenge? We think it’s been a great success! Are you ready for week two? Let’s get quilting. This challenge features a quilt designed by Andrea Smith of Happy Cloud Creations! Make sure to see more of Andrea’s work on her Instagram, Facebook, and Etsy! She is also featured as the pattern designer in some of our evergreen quilt block challenges, such as the Happy Block Swap Sampler, and the Snowy Day Quilt Sampler.
We’re ready for week one of our newest quilt block challenge: Starlight Mountains! Are you? This challenge features a quilt designed by Andrea Smith of Happy Cloud Creations! This week, we are making six of “Block 1”.
It’s time to gather your fabric and supplies for our latest quilt block challenge: Starlight Mountains! This challenge features a quilt designed by Andrea Smith of Happy Cloud Creations! This is a 5-week project with 4 different blocks, which you will make varying quantities of, and then finally receive the the finishing instructions.
Bernie Tobisch was born in Germany and moved to Canada as a young boy. He grew up in Saskatchewan and moved to Alberta in his early twenties, where he began his career as a sewing machine technician with Singer. He became a dealer after a few years and continued to service machines. In the late 1980s, he moved to the Vancouver region, opened up shop, and has been there since. He has a daughter, Bonnie and son, Gord. He also has one grandson, Dylan, whom he thinks would make a great technician!
I’m a Southern California girl, wife, and mom to 3 children and one spoiled cat. I’ve been a quilter for 23 years and a sewist since I can remember! I design and sell quilt patterns, I am a fabric designer for Riley Blake Designs, and I write a blog called Jedi Craft Girl. I love connecting with the quilting community, let’s be friends!
You can call me by my nickname “Marney”, but my real name is Mary Hertel. I design paper pieced patterns. I am an art instructor, pattern designer, mother and friend. You can find me in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, but I do not have a “brick and mortar” shop. I sell on-line and at Quilt Shows around my area. You may also find some of my patterns at your local quilt shop. I’ve had a super creative drive all of my life. My designs are fueled by my past. Growing up in a rural farm community gave me a love for nature and animals, as you will see from my designs.
Mary Cannizzaro and Jen Cannizzaro are mother and daughter, friends and business partners. They are two of the most energetic people you will ever meet. In 2014, the duo opened Cannizzaro Creations, a quilting studio in Rockland, Massachusetts. They began longarm quilting for many quilters in the area, with Mary traveling to Massachusetts a few times a month to quilt. They have been commissioned to created dozens of quilts for fans of their work.