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      Welcome to Glen Quilts, home of Lisa J. Taylor!   

      Lisa is an award-winning professional long-arm machine quilter with over two decades of experience, whose work has been displayed in Paducah, Houston, Road to California,  the International Machine Quilters Showcase, the NorthWest Quilters' Expo, and numerous other shows, as well as appearing in several books by nationally known quilters and teachers, such as Jan Krentz.  (See About Lisa for more details.)  Lisa lives and works on the scenic Pacific North-West coast, where the natural beauty of her surroundings inspires her art.

      Lisa offers custom machine quilting services for all occasions and needs, from finishing your own quilt tops to help you complete your projects and UFOs, or making a quilt from your antique blocks, to designing and creating new quilts to order. Lisa is also available to consult or teach machine quilting, or how to start your own machine quilting business.

      Each quilt, whether it is a simple utility "scrap" quilt in for a basic edge-to-edge treatment, or a high-end art masterpiece destined for a juried show, is individually hand-crafted with great care and attention to detail.

      Lisa takes the time to ensure that your quilt will receive the best treatment she can give it. (Ample time must be allowed for custom orders so that she can maintain a high standard of quality and workmanship.)

      Lisa has quilted for some of the most noted quilters, and her work appears in several books by noted quilt teachers and artists including: "Lone Stars and Beyond" and "Diamond Quilts and Beyond" by the renowned teacher and author, Jan Krentz. "Lone Stars" includes six pieces (one of them on the back cover). She also appears in Peggy Martin's "Quick-Strip Paper Piecing." The books are available from most quilt stores, the authors, or publisher, C&T Publishing.

      Lisa is a member of the International Machine Quilters Association (IMQA), and the Oregon Coastal Quilters in Newport, OR. 

      Lisa with one of her award-winning quilts, "Dressing Up the Past" 
      Antique Dresden Plates, pieced c. 1940, Yellow border added and quilted by Lisa.  
      2nd in Themes at IMQA Machine Quilters' Showcase, 2000.