Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Designer Notes

To give you a glance into the creative minds of this issue’s project designers, we asked them a design-related question (below). Is there a question you would like to ask our designers? Send it to and it may appear in a future issue.

We've all experienced the arts in our lives. Music, dance, poetry, paint, and so on. Some of us have performed music or dance, while others have dabbled (or excelled in) painting. There are also many of us who have simply enjoyed watching, listening, looking, reading. How has your life experience with art influenced your creativity as a fiber artist? And feel free to share a fond memory.

Deanna Hodson

Back in the 80’s with the Folk Art craze, I caught the bug and tried my hand at it. The place where I took my Folk Art classes then offered a class in oil painting. I loved the color and detail that could be achieved with this medium and pursued

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