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Adrianne C&T Staff
Internet Administrator, Permissions Manager, Executive Assistant to the Publisher Adrianne has worked at C&T since 1996 and is a "chick of all trades" in the office. She's an avid fan of all types of motor sports (favorite driver: Tony Stewart - "Go Smoke!"), plays bocce in two leagues, and enjoys champagne and hoppy IPAs. She has made flailing attempts at various crafts in an effort to find her creative outlet, but has yet to meet her muse.
I fell in love with sewing at the age of ten and I've been making quilts ever since. My "maverick" style combines my impatience with convention, my spontaneity, and also my artistic sensibility.
Ali Snow Friend of C&T
Alice Mace Nakanishi
Allison C&T Staff
Alyice Edrich is a freelance writer and mixed media artist. Check out her personal art blog, AlyiceEdrich.com, for more artsy inspiration...or stop by her eMagazine, TheDabblingMum.com, for articles on parenting, writing, art, and small business.
Amy Marson, Publisher
I am a serial crafter. I sew, embroider, quilt and paper craft, who knows what next. I am an avid gardener, succulents are my latest passion. I have been at C&T Publishing for almost 12 years and have been the publisher for 10 years. And I now consider myself a proficient quilter.
Becky Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins make a dynamic quilting duo and love to teach other quilters the joys of appliqué. In the fall of 2002, Becky and Linda joined the C&T Publishing family, where they continue to produce wonderful books and patterns. Visit the Piece O' Cake website to find out more about Becky, Linda, and Piece O' Cake designs.
Blog Team C&T Staff
Carolyn Aune, Technical Editor
Casey Dukes Friend of C&T
Casey began working for C&T as a production assistant and shortly after became a production coordinator. She has since moved to Southern California, but continues to do freelance work with C&T. One of her favorite projects was being a hat model for Hat Shop!
Christin Gomez C&T Staff
Mom of two crazy, fun loving munchkins. Love getting to play with art stuff when I have a free moment and little hands not getting into it! I enjoy making jewelry, handmade cards, sewing a little, and baking/cooking! I enjoy traveling and sailing and being with family and friends when I can!
Christina is an in-house photographer at C&T. View her personal portfolio at www.christinacarty.com.
I'm a writer and quilter who just loves fabric and all colorful forms of creativity.
Claudia Clark Myers
I'm a book editor and author of many nonfiction books for children and adults. I love to make quilts and anything that gives me an excuse to buy bits of all the beautiful fabrics I can't resist! Being a C&T editor is such fun, because I get to mingle with so many talented people and to see so much great textile work!
As the company's first full time employee, I have been at C&T for 20 years—always challenging, never boring! When I'm not working, I'm ballroom dancing or cheering for the A's or Raiders with my longtime Sweetie.
Ellen Anne Eddy
friendlywendy C&T Contributor
Gailen Runge, Creative Director I have been both quilting and editing since 1991. In publishing I specialized in magazine startups, and in quilting I operated my own custom-quilt business before coming to C&T in 2002. A true serial-crafter, I will try any and every craft at least once. With two small children at home, quilting sometimes takes a back seat to other (less time-consuming) soft crafts, such as sewing kids' clothing and knitting.
I am a Production Coordinator at C&T, and I love being surrounded by creativity on a daily basis.
Jette Nørregaard Nielsen
Jette Nørregaard Nielsen is an internationally known professional who has worked with fabric, design, forms, and patterns as a psychologist and a textile artist for more than 30 years. Jette is Danish and lives in Vänersborg, Sweden. She is the author of Feathered Friends.
I am a full time graphic designer at C&T and a full time mom to our 3 children (Alivia 9, Hudson 5, and Trenton 2) at our home in Concord, CA. My kids and I have lots of fun doing crafts together. I love to see where their creativity takes them. Kids have the most amazing imaginations and always surprise me with the things they come up with. I am also one of the (mom) art teachers at the kids' school.
I am the Design Manager at C&T Publishing. I work with inspiring people and beautiful products every day. I love my job.
Laura West Kong
Lisa Fulmer C&T Staff
I'm an artist, a crafter, a teacher...and I'm the Communications Manager at C&T Publishing. I love all things creative!
Liz Aneloski, Editor
I am a developmental editor, author, and designer at C&T Publishing. I'm interested in just about anything that involves fabric. I love to be challenged creatively.
Lura Schwarz Smith
Lura Schwarz Smith has been creating art quilts for over thirty years. One of her quilts was included in the 100 Best American Quilts of the 20th Century. Lura and her husband Kerby teach digital quilt classes and produce art quilts using digital imagery. Visit Lura and Kerby at their website www.thedigitalquilt.com
I'm a fiberartist, author, and teacher, as well as a Developmental Editor for C&T Publishing. I've written two books—Fast, Fun & Easy® Fabric Dyeing and Fast, Fun & Easy® Creative Fabric Clocks, co-written two books on inkjet printing on fabric—More Photo Fun and Innovative Fabric Imagery, and am featured in a DVD—Lynn Koolish Teaches You Printing on Fabric. I work in a variety of styles and love to explore new techniques. For more information, visit my website at www.lynnkoolish.com.
I started at C&T Publishing in 2006 as a Freelance Editor for the book, "Board Book Play." This started my love of 'Blank' products and shortly after this book was completed, I came on board part-time as Product Development Manager. Now, as Business Development Manager, I still handle the development of all the new ancillary (non-book) products as well as special sales and new business growth opportunities.
Megan Scott C&T Staff
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Nanette S. Zeller is a mixed media textile artist from Southern Pines, NC. She works a free-lance technical editor for C&T Publishing and teaches near her home. Her style is a life-long culmination of creative adventure and exploration with a color pallet deeply influence by her love and study of nature. Her blog, www.NanetteSayZ.com, is an online journal of your creative journey.
S. Michele Fry
I'm an avid reader of paranormal romance and a creative fiction and nonfiction writer. I enjoy traveling and must figure out how to do more of it! I'm approaching my year anniversary at C&T as a Production Editor, and I must say it's been a lot of fun! It's great to be around so many talented, crafty people. I've been encouraged to get back into quilting and inspired to try some new things! And I love that that is what we do here -- encourage and inspire people to create.
Sandy Peterson C&T Staff
Susan Brubaker Knapp
Susan Brubaker Knapp is a fiber artist, quilt designer and quilting teacher from Charlotte, NC. Her patterns are marketed under the name Blue Moon River. Susan’s first book, Appliqué Petal Party: A bouquet of 16 blocks & flowering border, will be published by C&T in October 2009.
Susan owns and operates Rasmatazz Designs in Idaho Fall, Idaho. She is a freelance editor with C&T Publishing.
Quilting is my main crafting passion. Over the years I've dabbled in a little bit of everything; from crewelwork to decoupage to beading. I was a freelance Technical Editor for C&T for 5 years before being hired "in-house." Currently, I'm also the Managing Editor.
The Tech Editors C&T Staff
Todd is the CEO of C&T Publishing. His parents, Carolie and Tom, founded the company back in 1983. Over the years Todd has performed just about every job at C&T. He's had the unique opportunity to work with many innovative and inspiring authors during this time. C&T's success comes from the teamwork that is nurtured between our amazing authors and our talented and creative staff.
Wendy follows her ideas wherever they may take her, from a reversible chicken/egg doll (Housewife Hen/Rietta on the Town) to thread-web quilts to bed quilts and more. In the past few years Wendy has gotten carried away (okay, obsessed) with Tyvec, circle patterns, zippers and new variations of log cabin blocks. The abundance of products and information can be overwhelming. Wendy reminds us that it's easy to make a quilt- it just takes a lifetime to play with our imagination and learn from experience. Wendy's work has been in print in some form since 1992. She has contributed projects to several books and authored magazine articles and four books (On the Surface: Thread Embellishment & Fabric Manipulation (1997), Two-for-One Foundation Piecing: Reversible Quilts and More (2001), and Fast, Fun & Easy® Incredible Thread-A-Bowls (2005), Easy Bias Covered Curves, Create Quilts with WOW Appeal (2006) with C&T Publishing). Visit Wendy on the web at www.wendyhill.net