Pam will be teaching classes 1002, 1008, 2002, 2008, 4014
Matt: How long have you been quilting? What made you begin to quilting?
Pam: I have been quilting 40 years. I enjoy making quilts to hand down to my
M: Do you have a quilting studio? How big and is there anything unique that you keep in your studio?
P: My quilting studio is 1500 square feet. I have many vintage quilts, toy sewing machines and vintage sewing notions.
M: What do you consider your quilting “specialty” or what makes you unique in the quilting world?
P: Longarm quilting make it look like it was done by hand.
M: What is your favorite color schemes to work with?
P: I love scrap quilts, so the more colors the better.
M: What books or articles have you written?
P: I have self-published over 25 sketch books – “Quilting Inside the Lines”
M: What do you do while you quilt? Do you listen to music?
P: I love country music – the older the better.
M: What is your quilting inspiration?
P: I love life and everything around me.
M: What is the funniest moment you have had happen while you were teaching?
P: I can’t think of one at this moment but I am sure there have been many.
M: What was the best class you ever took?
P: Ricky Tims