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Introduction. I’m Jamie and I make fused whimsical quilts for the wall. I am a third generation Californian. My studio is in an industrial park and is an organized mess. I love bright colors, but also like the combo of red, black and white. I am old school and hand draw my fabric designs for RJR Fabrics and StencilGirl. I believe there is room at the table for everyone. My way of making quilts is less about perfection and more about having fun. Designer for RJR Fabrics and StencilGirl. Ambassador for Mistyfuse and Havel’s Sewing.
Machine. Bernina 750QE from my Bernina Ambassador term. I bought my machine at the end of my contract.
Studio. And a very clean design table. My dream studio. One giant room with a bathroom. Double doors in the front and a truck door in the back.
Fast Finish. 14” square house quilt for women and children who are transitioning out of homelessness. The House Quilt Project. I work with Furnishing Hope.
Notions. Havel’s scissors, rotary cutters, snips, mat and ruler and don’t forget the pinking shears. Mistyfuse and a Goddess Sheet. A Sharpie. My fav pin cushion from when I graduated from high school in 1971.
Scrappy Quilt. Small Quilt made with Dupoini silk. Mistyfused and free motion machine quilted.
On the Cutting Mat. Sizzix die cuts using my Hopscotch line of fabric. Such a fun miniature collection!
Stacks. 5 yard cuts of Hopscotch and Sewing 101 just waiting to be cut and folded into bundles.
Finally Finished. Taking the Sizzix die cuts to make a house quilt. 14” square from the Heart of the Home project through The House Quilt Project.