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Meet The Board



Lorna Wood

Years Quilting: 10 (but I’ve sewn since I was a kid)

Solids or Prints: Started with Prints, but working with more Solids/Wovens lately

Favorite Fabric Designer:  Anna Maria Horner from the beginning! 

Machine or Hand Quilting: Machine when I quilt

(I'm really a just a Piecer!)

Fun Fact: My first sewing memory is making a red dress for my Mandy doll with my mom when I was 4 or 5.

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Vice President

Barbara Moreda

Years Quilting:  2

Solids or Prints: Prints

Favorite Fabric Designer:   Tula Pink and Kaffe Fassett

Machine or Hand Quilting


Fun Fact: I make (and sometimes sell) handmade soap. My favorite scent to make is sandalwood!

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Kristin Peter

Years Quilting:  4

Solids or Prints: Solids with a print or two sprinkled in

Favorite Fabric Designer:   Kaffe Fassett, his fabric is gorgeous and his books are wonderful

Machine or Hand Quilting: BOTH

Fun Fact: I have never followed a pattern without changing it.  My family thinks my favorite part of quilting is unsewing & resewing to get the colors & quilt designs just the way I like them!

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Kate McMahon

Years Quilting:  9

Solids or Prints: Mostly solids and "textural" prints

Favorite Fabric Designer: Kona Solids for sure! And Alexia Abegg (Ruby Star)

Machine or Hand Quilting:  Machine

Fun Fact: I recently picked up hand quilting and EPP!

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Member at Large

Kay Puryear

Years Quilting:  7

Solids or Prints: Mostly prints with some solids

Favorite Fabric Designer: Katarina Roccella and Alison Glass.  They have very different styles and both have beautiful fabric 

Machine or Hand Quilting:  Mostly machine

Fun Fact:  My favorite part of quilting is the design phase.  I love using half square triangles and don't even mind all the trimming

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Member at Large

Lauren Arnsperger

Years Quilting:  3 (Sewing for much longer)

Solids or Prints: Solids (now)

Favorite Fabric Designer: Sharon Holland and Anna Marina Horner

Machine or Hand Quilting:  Machine

Fun Fact: I taught my granddaughters how to sew. We made pillowcases, quilts, bags.  

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