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By Fabric Designer


BasicGrey
For BasicGrey’s principal designer Rachel Brenchley, invention and inspiration are all about family, friends, and full-on FUN! Rachel launched BasicGrey over fourteen years ago as a surface design company, and as it’s owner, she knows a thing or two abou

Bonnie & Camille
Bonnie and Camille met on June 10, 1983 when Camille came into the world on Bonnie’s 24th birthday. Not only do the two share a family and a birthday, they also share a love of quilting and an all out obsession with fabric.

French General-Kaari Meng
Collecting antique textiles in France has long been a passion of Kaari Meng, owner of French General. French General is a workshop located in Los Angeles, California that stocks a collection of vintage craft kits, as well as fabric.

Heather Bailey
Well, this I know. . . I love my family; I love my friends; I must be challenged; I must eat chocolate; I have more ideas than I can handle; I like to stay up late; I LOVE to sleep in; What else is there?

Jenn Ski
Jenn Ski is an artist and illustrator with a passion for modern and mid-20th century art and design. After obtaining her BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Massachusetts in 2005.

Jo Morton
My love of antique quilts has led me into a life as an author, teacher, lecturer and designer for Moda Fabrics. I continue my study of our ancestral quiltmaking and create my interpretations of 19th Century quilts from that study.

Kansas Troubles-Lynne Hagmeier
Lynne Hagmeier, designer and owner of Kansas Troubles Quilters, has been creating and sharing her quilt designs since 1995.

Kate Spain
Kate Spain, designer of fabric for Moda. Ear a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design.

Keiki Childrens

Kim Diehl
I'm proud to say that I'm a self-taught quiltmaker, and as I was learning the many different steps it takes to make a quilt, I found that not knowing the "rules" actually had its benefits because I had no preconceived notions about the right or wrong way

Kim Schaefer
Kim Schaefer began sewing at an early age and was quilting seriously by the late 1980’s. Her early quilting career included designing and producing small quilts for craft shows and shops across the country.

Malka Dubrasky
Eighth grade art class introduced Malka Dubrawsky to art and she hasn't been the same since. She went on to graduate from college with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art.

Marcia Derse
Raised in Sylvania, Ohio, the oldest of four girls, Marcia was the first to glean her mother's sense of creativity, though the others quickly followed.

Marsha McCloskey
Marsha McCloskey is one of the quilting world's best-known authors and teachers. She has written or co-authored over twenty-five books on quiltmaking since 1981.

Michele D' Amore
Michele's dream was to live and work in New York designing textiles.

Nancy Halvorsen
I have been interested in creating, drawing and sewing since I was a little girl. I made dolls and doll furniture by hand before I was old enough to use a sewing machine.

Pat Sloan
Really... where did I get this need to play with fabric? I learned to sew clothing in a 9th grade Home Economics class in Brusels, Bel­gium. It was love at first stitch! I must have had the most amazing teacher as I know my clothing was awful. However, I

Sandy Gervais
In 1992 she combined her love of art and sewing skills and the pattern company "Pieces From My Heart" was born. In spring of 1994, she attended her first international Quilt Market in St. Louis, where she was discovered by Moda fabrics.

Stephanie Ryan
Stephanie Ryan designs for Moda Fabrics.

Tula Pink
Tula Pink graduated from Otis College of Art and Design, with degrees in both Graphic Design and Illustration. After working briefly as a senior exhibit designer for two major Los Angeles Museums. Seeing her name on that selvage was the only thing that ha

Zen Chic-Brigitte Heitland
A former interior designer and student of textile design, Brigitte Heitland has been sewing since she was a young girl. Coming from making her own clothes, German Brigitte learned only a few years ago about quilting, but was at once hooked.