Learn more about Mary Davis and MaryGoRoundQuilts
Mary Says: “After completing the Quilter’s Candy pattern writing course last year, Elizabeth helped me realize my vision of a membership that features quilters of color. She gave me the confidence to start designing quilt patterns and to date, I have released two. This is the first time I have started a legit business – besides selling quilts on Etsy. My ultimate goal is to make my quilt business a career and quilt my day job. I’m also a 2021 Aurifil Artisan and I’m excited for the opportunity to work with this great thread and create some fun projects.”
Learn more about Shereece Spain and SewHookedonTreasures
Shereece Says: “My quilting and crocheting journey began in 2010 out of boredom. I was living in a new, small town and I was looking to meet new people. Thanks to a local program, I started to learn to crochet. Then I was reintroduced to quilting (the “correct” way). My travels and everyday life began to inspire patterns I wanted to create.” She is also an Eversewn Maker for 2021-2022. She began releasing crochet and quilt patterns in August 2020 and her first pattern publication in a magazine is coming November 2021.
100+ BY 100th
The Stitch Please podcast will celebrate its 100th episode on 9/15/2021. As part of that effort, we are looking to add 100 additional Black Women Stitch Patreon supporters by the 100th Stitch Please podcast episode publication date. These funds will be used to build financial stability for the podcast while alleviating the pressure of a solo operation. Will you join us? For as little as $2 a month, you can help Lisa hire consistent editorial and production support. We are 75 Patrons away from the 100 mark! Thank you to our newest Patreon supporters: Emily, Lee, J. , Katie, Elizabeth, Veronica, Maureen and Calvin, Emily, Bettina, Sara, Shanna, Shasta, Julia, kweilin, Diane, Stephanie, and Linda.