Certified Sew Kind of Wonderful
Cindy just moved to the Kingsport area in East Tennessee and is now offering LONGARM QUILTING SERVICES!!!! Have you ever wanted to piece curved and shapely fabric to make a eye catching quilt? She is certified to teach the “Sew Kind of Wonderful” rulers and patterns to make your dreams come true. She also continues to make consignment quilts for customers, to include exceptionally soft T-shirt memory quilts. Cindy quilts her creations using her 26" Innova longarm machine. Cindy has a teacher’s heart and engages others with humor and grace. Cindy is happy to announce that she is working with Little Women Quilt Shop (LWQS) in Jefferson City, TN, as their resident instructor and longarmer. The first Saturday of each month Cindy is at the LWQS to pick up and drop off customer quilts, so if you need a passionate and talented person to complete your work of art, come on by. Cindy and the ladies at LWQS would love to meet you!
As a previous sales trainer, manager, and retail store owner, she loves working with people and helping them to succeed by transferring her knowledge and enthusiasm. Cindy has lived and traveled across the US and abroad. She has been sewing and crafting for over 35 years and has been following her passion for quilting for 11 years. Now she teaches in Tennessee, Georgia, and Kentucky.
- Wed, May 05A Mountain QuiltFestThis will be my 2nd time to experience this wonderful event! I have a booth and teaching, I would be honored if you would stop by so I can meet you. This past year I earned my certification with "Sew Kind of Wonderful" and will carry these rulers and patterns and Gem Stone fabric and patterns too.
Sew Kind of Wonderful (SKW), is just that! When I first was introduced, it was WOW!!! I have so much fun making these quilts using their tools. I love it so much that I am now a certified Sew Kind of Wonderful instructor. I want you to have the same "WOW" experience! There are three rulers and each one makes an amazing group of patterns. I will be teaching this technique at the Mountain Quilt Fest in May 2021.