Brenda will be teaching four one-day classes involving mostly piecing.
We didn’t receive photos from Brenda either.
How many years have you been quilting? I have been quilting since the ripe old age of 13 – which is about 5 years ago – actually 35 years ago!?!
What motivated you to start quilting? Apparently a creative bug. My mother is and has always been craft impaired. My grandmothers – that I never really knew – were both crafters and quilters to varying degrees. I guess the bug truly skips generations.
Where have you traveled in your quilting teaching career? Mostly within the US. Currently I am scheduled to teach in Canada and New Zealand with hopefully a side trip to Australia.
What is the most, unusual, frightening, funny, frustrating experience you have had in your quilting career? When teaching in Alaska coming and going from the event can be more eventful than the event itself. In 2008, I attended a retreat on Kodiak Island – at a lodge that was accessible via boat. We were delivered and returned on a 40 ft. fishing vessel that a quilters husband had cleaned up for the excursion. On the return trip we had some heavy seas and many green faces. What a great ride!
Who is your favorite author? Janet Evanovich
What is the last book you read or are reading? John Sanford “Certain Prey”
What is your birth order, only child, first, second, third, or ??
Third of 4
Where did you grow up? Central Minnesota
Where did you go to college? Concordia College, Moorhead, MN
Do you have children – grandchildren? 3 babies – 26, 24, 21 a much loved son-in-law and perhaps some day a few grandbabies
Do you have any pets? Two Rottweilers – Kaia and Jade Two cats – Clove and Esma
What is your favorite food? Chocolate – of course
Do you have any other hobbies besides quilting? Knitting
What would be on your “bucket list” (like the movie) if you could do anything and money was no object? Travel worldwide with my beloved husband.