Francine Miller

Texas Teacher, quilter, photographer. New Program for 2016. History of textiles. Travel with the ancient peoples through the modern world of textiles. Ever wonder how that luscious fabric made it to your local quilt store? It started 8,000 years ago and was as smooth and strong 300 years ago as it is today. Miller started […] Read more »

Jen Eskridge

Home: Helotes, Texas Jen started sewing in 1993 on an old burnt yellow, Harvest Gold, Singer sewing machine.  Her mother taught the basics.  Jen made her first quilt in 1993.  She didn’t use any books or templates, and that poor quilt eventually fell apart.  It was recycled, though, into a curtain, duct taped over a […] Read more »

Suzi Parron

Home: on the road in her RV somewhere near YOU! Author of “Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement.” Suzi travels full time speaking to quilt guilds and other groups about barn quilts and the quilt trail movement. Suzi will take you on a journey along the quilt trail, beginning with the very first […] Read more »