Alex Anderson is a quilting legend. Whether you discover one of her thirty books at your local quilt store or watch her on the Quilt Show, Alex has taught quilting to an unmeasurable number of people.
Living in Northern California, Alex has an art degree from San Francisco State. Needing a few credits to get her degree, she decided to work on a quilt project. After developing quilt patterns for others, she decided she wanted to publish her own and dived head first into the quilt industry. Today, Alex is a Bernina sewing machine ambassador, fabric designer for RJR Fabrics, founding partner of the Quilt Show and won the Silver Star Award at the International Quilt Festival in 2008. In addition to her resume accomplishments, she is a generous and kind person who supports others in the industry.
During our discussion, we talk about how Alex met Ricky Tims, how she describes her career, the start of the Quilt Show, her advice for quilters developing their voice, what she included in her Quilty Box and how she plans her future projects.
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