Carla Klop: From Quilter to Designer
January 19, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This meeting will be held in person and on Zoom. Guild members have been e-mailed the Zoom details to connect, online.
Carla first learned to quilt by hand around 1976 and for the next 30 years completed a quilt per year. It was not until discovering the rotary cutter, that her ideas went wild. She developed shortcut methods to speed up her time. These methods are now published in a binder along with patterns and tips. (Also available by digital download for international customers.)
Carla has created 100+ patterns, many which use her techniques. She has been published 4 times in the American Quilter magazine and has had featured patterns with some of Northcott’s fabric collections. In this hour long presentation, Carla shares the accidental path she took to go from Quilter to Designer. She has many quilts to show, all created over the past few years.
Carla and her husband Bill have travelled around the country doing shows and teaching events. Due to COVID, all travel has been replaced with this Zoom version of the presentation.