Available: June 2022
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Kim Schaefer began sewing at an early age and was quilting seriously by the late 1980’s. Her early quilting career included designing and producing small quilts for craft shows and shops across the country. In 1986 Kim founded Little Quilt Company, a pattern company focused on designing a variety of small fun to make projects.
In addition to designing quilt patterns Kim is a best selling author for C & T Publishing and works with Leo Licensing which licenses her designs for non fabric products.
Kim’s fabric collections with Andover Fabrics feature her whimsical contemporary folk art designs.
Kim lives in Southeastern Wisconsin with her husband Gary and their dog Boone.
For more information on Kim or Little Quilt company, please visit www.littlequiltcompany.com, which offers Kim’s entire collection of patterns, books and fabrics. Little Quilt Company’s Facebook page has posts about new patterns, books and fabrics and an occasional look at Kim’s latest work.
Visit this designer's web page click on the following link: http://littlequiltcompany.com/
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