I started sewing at age 8, when my legs were long enough to reach the foot pedal on my mom's treadle machine, an old Singer.
When I left my corporate job 6 years ago I turned my ceramic studio into a sewing room and started making quilts as a new hobby.
I shared a few photos in various Facebook quilting groups and
quilters immediately started asking for the patterns. Fortunately, my professional background and skills as a software specialist helped me to learn graphic design and other software applications quickly, and in a few month I started my own business as a quilt designer. Though it was challenging at first, I find my new profession very creative and satisfying. I've had a lot of success, which I am very thankful for and which I owe in large part to my customers' satisfaction and their valuable feedback.
Three of my quilts have been featured in the American Quilters
magazine, and two are presented in the latest Hoffman California
When I am not quilting or designing quilts I spend time with my husband and our wire fox terrier, who played a part in naming my business Quiltfox Design.
My husband and I divide our time between Switzerland and California, which gives me plenty of chance to visit quilt shows and shops and stock up on gorgeous batiks.
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