At the Crossroads of Creativity and Technique


At the crossroads of creativity and technique lives possibility. These three artists enable quilters to bring creativity and technique together to do anything they can imagine. 

Let Becky Goldsmith inspire you with her quilting world!

Becky Goldsmith is an award-winning quilter who loves traveling to teach both nationally and internationally. She met her business partner, Linda Jenkins, at a guild meeting in 1986, and they started Piece O’ Cake Designs in 1994. Since then, they have published more than 30 books and hundreds of patterns, including seven Blocks of the Months.

Becky’s solo book endeavor, The Quilter’s Practical Guide to Color, helps readers to unlock the secrets of winning color combinations in their quilts. She enjoys revealing those secrets in exciting color workshops across the country.

Becky says that for all of us, making quilts is interesting, fulfilling, and challenging—and being a member of the quilting community is an added bonus. She never imagined that quilting would become her life’s work, but she’s so happy that it did! See Becky’s website at

Explore geography and culture with Felicia Brenoe!

Author, designer, and passionate fabric curator Felicia Brenoe loves working with quilters of all levels. Her classes are upbeat and positive, and her passion is to support fellow quilters as they acquire new skills, develop their sense of color, and grow artistically.

Felicia grew up in Norway, and her designs and colors are influenced by her multicultural life; she is very interested in how our geography and culture affects our quilting.

Felicia’s work has appeared in several publications, including QuiltmaniaQuilt FestivalGeneration Q, and Art Quilting Studio, and she has published two books: My Cozy Village and The Quiltmaker’s Butterfly Forest. Learn more about Felicia at

Meet the amazing and always exciting Sue Patten.

Award-winning longarm quilter Sue Patten began piecing quilts and hand quilting in 1991. As her quilting style evolved, she plunged into machine quilting in 2000. Sue enjoys traveling throughout Canada, the US, and Europe teaching her unique and innovative quilting styles to quilters of all types.

She is the author of Quilting Possibilities and Adaptable Quilting Designs, both published by AQS. Sue is always filled with energy, humor, stories, and tips, which means her classes are full of fun and learning. Learn more at and

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