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February 28, 2021
Get to know renowned art quilter, fabric designer Katie Pasquini Masopust from FreeSpirit Fabrics from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

We have got a real treat for you today. Renowned art quilter and FreeSpirit fabric designer Katie Pasquini Masopust is joining me via Zoom for another video in our Designer Chats series.

Katie chatted with me from her California studio where she has been holed up during the pandemic painting and designing art quilts based on her paintings nonstop. We get to see her latest quilt design that was just about done during our chat.

We also talk about her creative process for making painting, quilts and fabric. We also get to see her massive and beautifully organized stash that ...

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February 13, 2021
Designer Chat with FreeSpirit fabric designer Shell Rummel + TONS of new fabrics, kits & pre-cuts! from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

We’ve got a treat for you today! Not only do we have lots of new quilty arrivals to check out, I also got a chance to chat with FreeSpirit fabric designer Shell Rummel about her new collection Time & Tide.

So we’ll take a peak at all the new goodies we have in the shop, including Time & Tide, and then learn about the inspiration behind the collection and little bit about Shell’s life as an artist.

Shell and I have collaborated on projects before and I have made, or am planning to make something from every single collection ...

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January 28, 2021
Get to know Yelena Bryksenkova, FIGO fabric designer, artist and illustrator from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

We’re starting a new series where I chat with the fabric designers of the lines we choose for our Stashin’ with Stephanie subscription club each month.

I thought it would be a fun way for you all to get to know the artists creating the beautiful fabrics we ship out each month and that inspire each month’s quilt pattern.

First up is Yelena Bryksenkova, a freelance illustrator who has created work for everything from FabFitFun boxes to children’s books. She works almost exclusively by hand first, only adding finishing touches digitally once the work has been scanned ...

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