Guest Judge Profile: Linda Warren

We met Linda in the fall of 2011 at Quilt Market.  Linda and Madeleine met in an online chat room (quilting related, of course) and Linda decided to join Madeleine and her posse of Nebraskans at Friends House Downtown, a Houston hostel, for the week.  The hostel was great, we could walk to the convention center, and we met all kinds of interesting people…

But, we digress…Linda is a quilt designer and tool inventor from Massachusetts.  She is a math whiz and came up with a magical tool, The Learning Curve, that allows quilters to incorporate curved piecing into their quilts.  Check out some of the awesome quilts that Linda has made with The Learning Curve here.

Quilting really is about math in many ways.  Some people (Madeleine and Ellen) are really bad at math, and as such we are grateful for people like Linda who make awesome tools that make quilting easy!

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2 comments on “Guest Judge Profile: Linda Warren

  1. It’s ok girls, I do the math so you don’t have to! And still, you can piece perfect circles. There is an additional photo album of quilts made with The Learning Curve on my Facebook page:

  2. I’m glad I found this blog. What a great idea for the Learning Curve – especially that I am horrible at math.

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