My first experience with a Judy Niemeyer quilt was the ‘Bali Wedding Star’. Not content with a smaller layout of 3×4, I elected to jump into the very deep end with a 7×7 configuration. Without any
guidance from a Certified Instructor it was a hard slog, indeed. I then had an opportunity to meet Judy in person and work on an Amazon Star. With a much clearer understanding of Judy’s
techniques, I was hooked.
With each successive retreat in Montana, I became more and more addicted to all patterns as designed by Quiltworx. This addiction has evolved to the point where all other types of patterns have
been forsaken in pursuit of the perfect points and curves offered up by Judy’s foundation paper piecing methods.
With over 35 “Judy” quilts made, I then started to share my passion by teaching other quilters. While still working by day, I continue to quilt for ‘therapy’ and relaxation on evenings and weekends. The organization, the step by step processes, the very logical approach all outlined in Judy’s patterns make these techniques suitable for one and all. I fully believe that when an investment in fabric and pattern is made with the hopes of creating a Quiltworx quilt, you deserve having a certified teacher by your side to support and guide your journey.