HQ National Educator, Debby Brown, on American Patchwork & Quilting Radio

Handi Quilter national educator Debby Brown was interviewed on American Patchwork & Quilting Radio this week with host Pat Sloan! CLICK HERE and scroll down to the player to listen to the podcast. Jane Sassaman, and Amy Gibson of Stitchery Dickory Dock were also interviewed. Don’t miss this great show!

Debby is an award-winning quilter and teacher who is known for her fun and distinctive quilting style. She has guided hundreds of quilters in their quest for more knowledge. In the podcast, you’ll learn how Debby transitioned from hand quilting to machine quilting — using both stand-up and sit-down longarm machines.

Here you can see one of Debby’s quilts in progress on her HQ Sweet Sixteen.

Debby is the author of two quilting books: Beyond the Lines – Quilting Designs for Hand, Machine and Longarm Quilting (2009) and Borders and Beyond: Machine and Longarm Quilting Designs to Frame Your Quilt (2010). Her work has been >published in Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine, Quilt Mania, The Quilter Magazine, Fabric Trends and other publications. Debby regularly teaches at national quilting shows, such as Machine Quilter’s Exposition (MQX), American Quilter’s Society (AQS), and Quilting with Machines, and has been nominated as MQX Machine Quilting Teacher of the Year. She even maintains a blog where you can keep up with her great quilts and quilting adventures.

This beautiful quilt using a pattern by Pat Sloan (called “Lucky Charms”) was pieced, appliquéd and quilted by Debby.

And look how beautiful the back turned out!

Debby generously recorded a series of videos showing how she quilted Lucky Charms that are available on YouTube. You’ll get some great ideas for using rulers and templates and free-motion options for your own quilts!

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3 Responses to HQ National Educator, Debby Brown, on American Patchwork & Quilting Radio

  1. Hugh says:

    I’m not sure exactly why but this blog is loading very slow for me. Is anyone else having this issue or is it a issue on my end? I’ll check back later
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  2. Eileen Keane says:

    I am proud and grateful to say that I’ve known Debby since both our longarm journeys began. She is a great person and a good friend. I am so happy that Debby’s knowledge and skill have been acknowledged like this.

  3. Kim says:

    Debby is an awesome quilter and teacher. I can’t believe how easy she makes it all look! Thanks for the links and info where I can learn more about Debby and her easy methods to become a better machine quilter.

    Happy Sewing