Linda Denner bio:
Linda Denner of Warrensburg is an author, teacher and designer of quilts and fiber art.
Teaching since 1975, she
combines originality with the practical skills gained by working with sewing machines.
She has served as Editor for Quilt Magazine and Country Patchwork, and writes a "Sew Easy" column for Quick and Easy Quilting.
work has been featured in Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, McCall's Needlework and Craft, Traditional Patchworks, SewSociety, The Creative Machine Newsletter, and Vogue Patterns Magazine.
first book, The Grand Finale, A Quilter's Guide to Finishing Projects was published by AQS in 1989, followed by Baby Quilts in 1991 published by Crown Publishers
In 1993 her
third book, Creative Quilting for Home Decor was released and in 1996, Fifty Ways to Master Your Sewing Machine came out: both of these were also published by Crown.
Linda continues her instructional work in sewing and fabric manipulation as an Educational Consultant for Pfaff Sewing Machines.
unique generic manual for Pfaff demonstrates how to make all those accessories and feet work!
The subtle tricks that ensure success, and the manual skills required for executing sewing techniques are all included.
Linda is a resident of Warrensburg, and a member of various quilting and fabric groups in the region.
For the Rural Heritage Festival, Linda
will be demonstrating hand appliqué and hand piecing and invite others interested in making quilts to join her