Quilting Teacher's Websites and their Quilt Galleries

We have great quilt teachers on-line and all of them have quilt galleries. Here is an extensive list of their links.


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Teacher Registry set up at Virginia Consortium of Quilters

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Contemporary with Art Bent

  • Ann Fahl contemporary works with extensive list of workshops and lectures, use frame at the side to go to Quilt Gallery
  • Myrna Giesbrecht is an artist who writes about, teaches, and creates textile art. She lives in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Ann Harwell contemporary kaleidoscopic designs
  • Bonnie McCaffery Kaleidoscope and 3-D quilts, Workshops and Lectures lists upon request
  • Carol Taylor her quilts are contemporary in style and often abstract in design, emphasizing color, contrast, and value relationships
  • Caryl Bryer Fallert - Bryerpatch Studio Contemporary Art Quilts
  • Debra M. Danko known for her colorful floral quilts
  • Elsa Wachs creates unique, heirloom Judaic art for the individual, the home and the synagogue.
  • Esterita Austin Art Quilts, Workshops, Presentations
  • Gloria Hansen contemporay quilter, writer and computer quilting expert.
  • Jamie Fingal contemporary multi-media artist (art quilting, painting, decoupage, jewelry and photography). Jamie works in vibrant colors and enjoys making art quilts that convey a message, tell a story and/or inspire the viewer to see something of themselves often in a fun and whimsical.
  • Joan Schulz quilt artist who pushes the limits, teacher, new book
  • Judy Zoelzer Levine contemporary quilts
  • Karen Combs 3-D illusions quilts, Author and Teacher
  • Leslie Gabrielse fiber is his medium of choice, exquiste work -- art quilts or paintings, you decide. He has recently published a book of life's work. Leslie Gabrielse, A Portrait by Peter Bulthuis & Leslie Gabrielse. Purchase here at Soft Expressions.
  • Marilyn Belford's Art Quilts and realistic fabric portraits by Marilyn Belford and her students are displayed. Also to be seen are photos of Marilyn's works as they evolved from start to finish.
  • Marilyn Stothers wide range of styles many focusing on the curve technique
  • Melody Crust her quilts are colorful, graphic, vibrant, and joyful. She offers lectures and workshop, is an author and has a background in judging, jurying, and curating.
  • Phil Jones contemporary quilts
  • Rose Hughes' Raven Speak Quilts themed series that is very wonderful
  • Sandra Townsend Donabed a mixture of experiments with art techniques and materials and sewing resulting in some very interesting quilts.
  • Sharla R. Hicks (on this website) Art quilts inspired by traditional blocks, Sharla's Quilt Gallery. Teacher of Computer Quilting, Machine Quilting, Machine Embellishments, Kaleidoscope Quilts, Color and Design.
  • Turtle Moon Studios Susan Shie's contemporary work using extension paint and other 3-d materials


Mixed Styles: Traditional, Contemporary with Art Bent

  • Barb Broshous website shows her journey through the world of quilting: from a love of floral fabric sculpture and 3-dimensional floral appliqué and expanding on exploration of the traditional quilt.
  • Eldrid Royset Forde Kameleon Quilts which can change their look after they have been finished by flipping over and buttoning 3D parts.
  • In Momerian Doreen Speckman If you wish to share you memories about Doreen a webpage has been set up at http://www.quilt.com/doreen
  • Jan Krentz Contemporary looking quilts with a traditional foundation. 1998 Teacher of theYear. See her quilts and workshop listings online.
  • Jinney Beyer  Teacher whose name being dropped is usually enough, check out her site
  • Leigh E. McDonald Author, Fiber Artist and Quilting Instructor. Lectures and workshops that inspire creativity. Author of Adventures in Circles: Quilt Designs from Start to Finish, Martingale & Co.
  • Linda M. Olszanski Fiber Artist, Instructor, & Lecturer. Hejira Textile Arts Studio. Wide range of quilts from Traditional to Contemporary
  • Kathleen Bissett Canadaian quilter, instructor, lecturer and leader in the quilting community in Canada and around the world. Traditional to contempory with an expertise in computer quilting. To see her Virtual Computer Quilting Gallery on this website, click here.
  • M'Liss Rae Hawley is a quilting teacher from Washington, browsing through her webpages bring you a new quilt to veiw on the left hand side. She also is working on a Student's Gallery.
  • Melody Crust Fiber artist whose quilts are colorful, graphic, vibrant, and joyful. She offers lectures and workshop with a wide range of styles. She is an author and has a background in judging, jurying, and curating.
  • Quilting Patterns from Helen Squire As a quilt teacher, designer of quilting patterns, guest lecturer, auctioneer, and Q & A columnist for three decades, Helen Squire has the experience to answer your questions on quiltmaking.
  • Rita Deneberg wide range of quilts from tradition to quite contemporary, plus pictorial quilts. Check out her Webpage clipart & quilting fonts. Ask about Lectures and Workshops.


  • Anita Shackleford well known for her exquisite dimensional applique, books, lectures, workshops, award-winning quilts, and judging skills
  • Candy Goff a hand quilter with a traditional bent, classes in Montana--Website includes a revolving monthly Tips
  • Carol Doak foundation piecing is her specialty
  • Elsie Vredenburg traditional styled pieced quilts that look like applique. Workshop and lecture list
  • Fran Snay traditional quilts. Offers workshops and lectures for beginning to advanced quilters to encourage them "color combinations" to more effectively present their quilt creations
  • Judy Martin shows 10 of the quilts from her newest book, The Creative Pattern Book.
  • Kaye Wood Teacher and developer of many quilting products and books
  • Lyn Mann Lyn is a well known Southern California professional quilt designer, teacher and lecturer.
  • Pat Murphy NQA certified teacher. Traditional and Ecclesiastic quilts. Amazing beads.
  • Sharon Ogden performs a presentation on quilt history in 1st person--it remembers a woman's life in the 1850's through her quilts.
  • Suzanne Marshall beautiful traditional applique quilts. Her quilt "Toujours Nouveau" was named as one of the Twentieth Century's l00 Best American Quilts.

    Wearable Art

  • Rosemary Eichorn wonderful coats and examples of her students works. See her classes, books, and patterns on-line.