David Butler is the artist behind the folk modern brand PARSON GRAY. When not touring with his band Black Owls, he weaves Parson Gray into products for home, fashion & lifestyle.
Petra Prins is a Dutch quilter and owner of 2 shops in The Netherlands. She is passionate about antique Dutch Quilts and textiles.
Dawn Heese is a third generation quilter and stitcher. Her love of traditional designs comes from childhood memories of being surrounded by quilts.
Deirde Bond-Abel is an Australian quilter, now residing on her farm in Tasmania. In 2014, she opened her own shop, Hat Creek Quilts, which is located on her farm.
Norma Whaley was born in Minnesota and grew up on a farm. Quilts are her way of demonstrating her love for those that are dear to her.
Margaret Mew was born in New Zealand and recently published a book "Quilts from the Colonies" dedicated to her reproductions of 19th century quilts from the thirteen British colonies in North America.
Liza Prior Lucy
Liza Prior Lucy shows her most beautiful quilts and Kaffe Fassett's quilts. What happiness!
Bonnie Sullivan founded All Through the Night in 2001 in Oregon. Wool is her favorite medium to express the warmth, love, kindness, nature and happiness that sparkle in her work.
Judy Newman was born in Bayside Melbourne and as she so poignantly puts it in her new book “Quilts for Life Made with Love”, her “earliest memories are connected with fabric and pattern”.
Amy Butler has been "making things" all her life. Over the years she has developed a breadth of illustrations and products for clients worldwide always believing that she would continue to evolve and craft this creative life.
Di Ford-Hall’s quilting career began in 1980 with her first patchwork class. She is the author of “Primarily Quilts”, a huge success worldwide.
Misao Wada was born in a little village surrounded by the summits of the Hida Mountains (in the Japanese Northern Alps). She has been teaching her own classes for over 29 years now, sharing her love for old kimono silks and appliqué.
Ségolaine Schweitzer has loved tinkering with all kinds of materials ever since she was a little girl. Her work has revolved around wool for a long time and she has broken with “constraints and templates”.