Art Quilts by Terri Stegmiller

I met Terri Stegmiller several years back now via Etsy and I love her work and we’ve been featuring Terri at many of our  Quilt Market Shows that we attend and exhibit!

Her art/quilt pieces and our buttons just seem to work perfectly (atleast I think so…)

About Terri:

“I love creating!  My brain always seems to be working on something and the thrill of successfully interpreting an idea into art is what makes this journey a fulfilling one”.

“My creative journey has taken different paths along the way.  I started quilting in the mid 1990s and it wasn’t long before I decided that traditional quilting wasn’t quite my thing.  When I discovered art quilting and mixed media work, I was very intrigued and started learning all I could and trying out all kinds of techniques. Art quilting became my passion and I continue to create art quilts today. Along with creating art quilts, I also make and sell unique, one-of-a-kind quilted handbags and totes and most recently, I’ve started weaving and enjoy making scarves, kitchen towels, placemats and table runners”.

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Peach Blossom by Terri Stegmiller
with this quilt I paired it with several of our JHB Buttons: Shell #70182; gold glass #34673 & 34670; natural shell #71941; Amiens #11079

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Purple Bricks by Terri Stegmiller
Favorite Findings: Meadow Flowers #550001571 – buttons were dyed with Rit Dye

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Verdigris by Terri Stegmiller
JHB: barn red squared holes #14397; teal squared holes#14399; LaMode: red toggle #43968 & tan toggle #1995

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ATC Cards by Terri Stegmiller
JHB: Laser Scroll #50000 – we used Rit Dye to create these colors

refer to my blog on 10/14/2015 where I show you the process of dying buttons.

I’d like to THANK Terri and all the wonderful designers this year that created such beautiful quilts that we can embellish with our BUTTONS!

Happy Quilting!

Happy Crafting!

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