Amy is a passionate writer, quilt designer, and instructor. An insatiable crafter since birth, she learned to sew as a young girl in 4-H, and has been addicted to patchwork, or as she calls it “coloring with fabric” ever since.
Amy’s work can be seen in the Denver Art Museum, McCall’s Quilting, Australian Quilter’s Companion, American Patchwork & Quilting, Burda Style, and Fat Quarterly, and she was also nominated for the 2014 Instructor of the Year by the International Association of Creative Arts Professionals.
Residing in Denver with her husband, she’s kept on her toes by their delightfully devious twin boy toddlers, a pair of spirited young girls, a rambunctious Siberian Husky, and endless mountains of laundry.
The secret to squeezing it all in? She isn’t sure, but suspects it probably lies somewhere between an incredibly supportive husband, faith, and good coffee.
You can follow along with Amy’s adventures in sewing and motherhood on her blog, Stitchery Dickory Dock.