PROMOTING THE ART OF QUILTING IN THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOWCOUNTRY
Program: "Little Quilts, No Big Deal"
Speaker: Kellie Willey
Kellie is from Sacramento California. We are sharing her with Sea Island Quilters which allows us to attend their lecture and workshop (which will be different from ours).
Why do I make tiny quilts? Mostly because they are tiny! I have always been drawn to miniatures. I live in a tiny (950 square feet) 2 bedroom home and don't have much space to put large quilts. My small quilt studio fills 1/2 of our spare room. Hubby has the other half, well truthfully 30% of the room is his. My Stash fills the closet and I have 3 sewing machines, a Pfaff Creative 3.0, a Pfaff Passport and a Singer Featherweight, which is all I need to make my tiny quilts. I love working in small scale and finishing lots of quilt every year instead of working for months on a large quilt. I have a short attention span and usually want to hurry up and start my next little quilt! The largest quilt I will make is a baby quilt and then only for someone very special (hopefully Grandchildren soon)!
Website: Kelliie"s Website
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