Bethanne Nemesh

White Arbor Quilting

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Professional Quilter, Artist and Teacher

Follow your own creative path

About Me

About

I am a classically trained artist, with a Bachelors of Fine Arts and a Masters in Art Therapy. The fiber arts became my art medium of choice in 1997, but my ability to really express myself changed in 2007 with purchasing a longarm sewing machine. Today, I am busy teaching, creating the Garden Lines Ruler Collection, show quilting, and writing quilting books. Teaching others to follow their own creative journey through quilting and expressing myself through my show quilts is where my heart truly lies. Please join me on my journey here, or connect with me to come and share with you in person.

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Everyone needs Demented Squirrels

Everyone needs Demented Squirrels

You know the phrase “you can do anything, but not everything”? Well, this year that has truly become a mantra for me. As my quilt life has gotten busier and busier, I have had to decide just how many ways can a person split themselves. Im still not amazing at it, but I do have […]

Drunkard’s Path a little too tipsy?

Drunkard’s Path a little too tipsy?

Im completely fascinated by the flexibility of a drunkard path block! A classic one has a distinct pie and L shape, forming a quarter circle. A more contemporary one moves the circle part out to the edges and looses its L…but both are wildly creative elements. Here is a basic tutorial on sewing a drunkard’s […]

Natural Egg Dying

Natural Egg Dying

Dying eggs naturally is a beautiful and rewarding spring activity! My children and I switched to natural dying about 4 years ago away from the nasty chemical garbage that is a traditional “Easter” thing to do. The processes is a little messy but hugely rewarding! First thing is to gather your materials. These are my […]

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