Maryann's specialty is piecing traditional designs.
Diana is relatively new to quilting. She learned to sew as a child and sewed much of her own clothing in high school and college. As they say though "life gets in the way" and sewing fell by the wayside. The sewing machine got dusty and eventually was given away. Knitting and crafting kept her busy for many years until finally she decided that she would learn to quilt. When inquiring where to go for lessons someone recommended Sew-Together and within a month she was hooked on quilting. Diana has made many, many quilts, enjoys the challenge of a complicated pattern as well as the fun of putting together a colorful scrap quilt from her own design, and is venturing into the fun world of redwork too.
Pat is our designer of our post card classes. She creates them exclusively for Sew-Together. She works with all kinds of mediums and is an artist all the way.
Terry has been sewing since the early 1990’s and started with making clothing. In the early 2000’s she borrowed a log cabin quilt book from her mother and slowly finished her first quilt (a queen size) over the next 7 years. During the home stretch of putting that quilt together, Terry became utterly addicted to quilting and has barely stepped away from her sewing machine since! She loves teaching, modifying patterns, free motion quilting, trying new techniques and finding nifty new ways to do things. When she’s not sewing or working as a Mechanical Engineer, she enjoys spending time with her husband and kitties. Terry teaches open sew, paper piecing and machine quilting classes. When she has time she writes quilting related blog posts on http://craftieterry.blogspot.com.
Baby Quilt Pieced and Quilted by Terry
37.5" x 45" Wall Hanging Pieced and Quilted by Terry
Megan is the youngest of our staff, but don't let her age fool you. She is usually working the shows when we vend. If you catch her at the store, she will help you with your fabric selection for any quilt.
Catherine Flowers, an artist at heart, practiced her skills for many years on a part-time basis while raising two daughters and working a high-tech job in Texas. She discovered the joys of quilting in her friend’s quilt shop. It was a natural progression to combine her art with quilting. In 2008, Catherine began teaching to share her skills with others. She teaches quilting, crazy quilting, coloring and embellishing fabric. In 2015, Catherine was honored to have a challenge quilt published in “Quilting Arts” magazine.