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October 13 - 14, 2017

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2016 Quilt Show Winners
2017 Quilt Show Winners
Friday, October 13, 2017 
    Lecture  5:30 - 6:30 PM


Cindy Seitz-Krug

 


Cindy Seitz-Krug started quilting in 1992 when her mother signed her up for a quilting class at the community college in Ventura, California. After making that first quilt, she was immediately hooked on quilting.

She considers herself a traditional quilter, but she really likes innovative quilts which take traditional patterns and enhances them. She thinks her strongest quilting asset is her machine quilting. From the moment she starts planning a quilt, she starts planning the quilting. Making the quilt even more beautiful through quilting is the part she enjoys most. She quilts all of her quilts on a Bernina 440 QE.


She has won many awards for her quilts in regional, national and international quilt shows, including various AQS shows, the Houston International Quilt Festival, the Pacific International Quilt Festival, Road to California, the NQA Show, the Best of the Valley Quilt Show, the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival, Quilt Odyssey, MQX East, HMQS, MQS, and of course in her home town of Bakersfield, the Cotton Patch Quilter's Quilt Show. Her biggest achievement to date has been winning Best of Show at the Lancaster AQS Show for her quilt, “Simply Santa Fe”. She has also won the “Best Machine Quilting” award two years in a row at the AQS shows in Tennessee.

Aside from her quilting life, she enjoys spending time with her husband Rich, and their two children; daughter Caitlyn and son Cameron. Her family loves to spend time in the mountains and deserts of the Western United States hunting and fishing.


She currently live in the White Mountains of Arizona.She is an Arizona Quilters Hall of Fame Inductee Class of 2016.

 

 

 

20 Tips & Tricks for Better Machine Quilting

 


Cindy explains 20 issues that domestic machine quilters face on a daily basis, and offers solutions that make all the difference for your machine quilting success, comfort, and happiness!