Meet the Golden Gang!
Anne began quilting approximately 18years ago, making a special quilt for one of her brothers 40th birthdays and has been hooked ever since! She enjoys using traditional patterns with new, modern, bright fabrics.
Days in the Shop: Saturdays
Pictured: On The Run Again
Deb’s love of quilting began after college when she lived in the Boston area during the quilting revival of the 1970s. Her first quilt was a king-size log cabin made completely by hand. Since then, she has made many quilts for friends and family. Deb enjoys hand sewing, surface embroidery, needle turn appliqué, and English paper piecing. Many of the quilts she makes today are custom-designed mini quilts for a special friend or family member incorporated with hand sewing techniques.
Days in the shop: Fridays and Sundays
Pictured: Quilt made for her brother’s 60’s birthday, he is a beekeeper.
Bonnie discovered a love for knitting in the 3rd grade and learned to sew her own clothes in middle school. Venturing into the quilting world 20 years ago, she discovered & quickly became mesmerized by all of the colors and creations of Kaffe Fassett, Philip Jacobs and Brandon Mably. Since then she has become an avid collector, and especially enjoys using patterns that allow her to combine as many of their fabrics as possible in one quilt. Bonnie has just retired from Jeffco Public Schools and is thrilled to be a part of the Golden Quilt Company staff!
Days in the Shop: Saturdays, some Wednesdays
Ask Bonnie about: Risk Taking with Colors
Quote: “It’s all about the pushing the limits with color!”
Pictured: “Sunlight in the Forest”
“Tumbling Through 30 Years,” perfectly describes Denise’s quilting journey. These fabrics were purchased over 30 years ago in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Denise had never quilted before but had been sewing her entire life so she wanted a new challenge. With this quilt her enthusiasm began to grow and opened the door to the quilting world. Seeing this quilt hang at an Alex Anderson quilt show was a dream come true for Denise.
Days in the shop: Wednesdays
Ask Denise about: Creating your dream come true quilts.
Pictured: Alden Lane