Sue has been sewing since she was 4 and quilting since age 12. This was before rotary cutters and self healing mats! She loves all the steps in quilting including designing, making and teaching modern quilt designs. Sue’s passion is inspiring others on their creative journey! In the past 25 years, she has taught quilting in over 30 states and 6 countries at both quilt guilds and major quilt shows.
Sue’s Background in the Modern Quilt Guild
Sue attended the first Quiltcon in Austin Texas, 2013. After that, she could not get enough of all the creativity resulting by not following the guidelines used in traditional quilting. She will always love the heritage in traditional quilts and enjoys the challenge of adding a modern twist to them.
In 2015, Sue was juried into the second Quiltcon Show with her quilt, Modern Migration. She wrote the book shortly after the show and it is available for purchase through Amazon.
This Martini quilt is featured in April’s 2021 MQG Journal post. It is a combination of pieced lattice with easy, appliqued ovals and circles. Complete pattern is free for members of the MQG. To download: go to – Modernquiltguild.com – resources>>Martini Quilt>>April 2021.
Sue first taught a hands on ‘All About Binding’ class virtually at Quiltcon 2021. The class was filled right away after registration opened. It was a great opportunity for her and she was very excited when she was invited earlier this year to teach it again, in person, at Quiltcon 2022 in Phoenix. To sign up for this class download the catalogue from quiltcon.com. The class is FIN001, Thursday February 17, 2022, 6-9 pm. Registration opens for members on August 4 and non-members on August 19.
We hope you enjoyed this brief introduction to Sue!
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