About Lisa

Lisa has studied with and been influenced by many noted designers and quilters including Linda Taylor, Marcia Stevens, Cathy Franks, Patti Hyder, and Ellen Anne Eddy, among others.

Her own unique style has blossomed, and she has become noted for her lovely freehand work, particularly the things of nature - leaves, birds, butterflies, dragonflies, floral wreaths, etc., inspired by the beauty of her surroundings on the beautiful Pacific North-West coast.

Her own work and that done for her clients has appeared and won numerous awards and ribbons in shows and exhibitions all over the USA and abroad, including: The Houston Quilt Show, Paducah, The Road to California (Blue Ribbon for Excellence in Machine Quilting), the International Machine Quilters Showcase in Springfield, IL (Second for Themes), the San Diego Quilt Show, and the San Diego County Fair (Blue Ribbons), the NorthWest Quilters' Expo (Blue Ribbon), and has won numerous awards for herself and her clients in Quilts By The Sea, the show sponsored by her home guild, the Oregon Coastal Quilters, where she was chosen as Featured Quilter for 2017, winning a First, Second and Third in her categories, as well as a Founder's Choice and two Viewer's Choices that year.

Lisa is a member of the International Machine Quilters Association. Her work has been commissioned and used by noted quilters, teachers, fiber artists, pattern designers, and authors, including Jan Krentz, Marilyn Fashbaugh, Peggy Martin, Gillian de Paolo and Ginnie Kelly.

Her work appears prominently featured in several books, among them: "Lone Stars and Beyond" and "Diamond Quilts and Beyond" both by noted quilt teacher Jan Krentz; "Setting Solutions" by Sharyn Craig, and "Quick-Strip Paper Piecing" by Peggy Martin. All are available from most quilt stores, the authors, or publisher, C&T Publishing. She has also been featured in "On Track" Magazine, Marcia Stevens' Unlimited Possibilities, Designers' Quarters Magazine, and Quilt Sampler Magazine, among others.

She is a member of the Oregon Coastal Quilters, and is a past member of the Rhododendron Quilters.

In addition to fiber art, Lisa sings and plays folk music, (mainly Irish and Scottish traditional) on the guitar and fiddle. She has played and recorded with several Irish and Celtic folk groups, as well as solo. A collection of her music is available on CD for $10.

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