Quilters Companion

Wendy Nutt

wendyenutt@icloud.com

@quiltamour

“Realising I could choose not to follow the rules too is what really propelled me forward into the world of improvisational and art quilts.”

Originally attending a local quilting group to support a work colleague, Wendy Nutt could never have imagined the passion she would develop for improvisational quilting. “Laity (my friend) was quite ill and I found this quilting group was the perfect way to support her,” explains Wendy. From that first introduction, Wendy jumped right in, designing a queen-size quilt for her daughter’s birthday as her first project.

“After perusing books at my local quilting store, I decided to make a French Braid quilt,” she explains.

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