Dream Big Quilt-A-Long with Mary Davis and Shereece Spain

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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.

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Lisa is a fourth-generation sewing enthusiast who learned to sew while earning a PhD in African American literature and culture. She has been sewing for more than twenty years while also teaching, researching, and publishing in Black American literature and culture.