On this episode of Fresh Quilting, author-designer Rebecca Bryan demonstrates how triangles can pump up modern quilt samplers. Then, quilters Kara Sanders and Elizabeth Dackson talk about how to plan fun and inspiring quilting retreats. Finally, designer Christina Cameli taps into making 10-degree triangles to create versatile, modern blocks.
Fresh Quilting segments: Season 1, Episode 4
As a fourth-generation quilter, Rebecca Bryan grew up in a family of makers. Her mother graciously taught her everything she knew about sewing and helped Rebecca make her first official quilt for her first apartment. Rebecca has been quilting passionately ever since. Rebecca is a quilt designer, blogger, and author of Modern Rainbow: 14 Imaginative Quilts that Play with Color (Stash Books/C&T). She currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with her husband, four children, and one dog. You can find out more about Rebecca and her quilts by visiting her blog: www.bryanhousequilts.com.
Kara Sanders lives outside of Cincinnati, Ohio with her lovely wife and their two cats, Michael and Jackson. She enjoys all manner of crafty goodness, collecting more Pyrex than anyone needs and taking long walks on the beach.
Christina Cameli has been quilting for more than a decade, starting with a box of her grandmother’s fabric scraps. She now teaches, designs patterns and writes books to share her love of quilting, especially free-motion quilting. Christina is the author of the books First Steps to Free-Motion Quilting and Step-by-Step Free-Motion Quilting. She lives with her family in Portland, Oregon, where she works as a nurse-midwife. Christina writes the quilting blog A Few Scraps and is a member and past-president of the Portland Modern Quilt Guild.