Kimberly Einmo accompanies Tracy, Lori and Ginger on the show. Tracy reads letters from listeners, including one on copyright. Open Studios is a chat with the author, quilt designer, fabric designer and Janome’s national speaker, Kimberly Einmo – she keeps the hosts busy and tells her stories about how she got where she is today. In the Fine Finishes segment, everything revolves around “cuts, what is in a name?”. Stay tuned!
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Welcome | Tracy reads letters from listeners
Letter – Carol from Missouri, inspired by episode 34.
In July / August 2020, search Quiltmaker Magazine for the 6-part series on copyright by Elizabeth Townsend Gard.
Open Studios | Kimberly Einmo
Kimberly Einmo is an author, award-winning quilter, fabric designer, international instructor, quilt judge, Craftsy / Bluprint teacher and national spokeswoman for Janome-America. She has written six bestselling books published by the American Quilter’s Society and created a signature line of unique quilt rulers. Kimberly is a well-known artist for the Electric Quilt Company, where she developed three EQ companion software products. She designs fabrics for Timeless Treasures.
Kimberly and her husband Kent, a proud military woman and mother of two college-age sons, recently moved to Southern California with three rescue cats and a spoiled puppy dog, where she enjoys creating in her sunny studio in the South Bay Area.
Fine finish Cuts, what’s in a name? Moda Bake Shop – https://my.modafabrics.com/categories/moda-bake-shop
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