2018 Workshop faculty
The Indiana Heritage Quilt show is please to announce our workshop faculty for the 2018 show. Read about our talented instructors here and consider signing up for a workshop when you attend our show!
Catherine Redford was brought up in the Northwest of England, learning to sew and knit at an early age. The family's Barbie Dolls and Action Men were always well-dressed, as was her husband Steve once she knitted him a Doctor Who-style scarf.
Currently living in Naperville, Illinois, Catherine is active in the local quilting and fiber arts communities, bringing her eclectic and original style to other quilters through books, TV appearances, and teaching.
Catherine strongly believes in our innate need to create, striving to give other quilters the tools to make quilting bring joy to their lives and to the lives of those around them.
Sally Terry's mission is to help machine quilters gain confidence in their design choices and sew beautiful machine quilting patterns with free motion freedom. She specializes in helping beginner machine quilters to develop machine quilting skills quickly.
Linda J. Hahn
Linda's classes are fun and empowering! Linda has a way of taking a project that looks complex and breaking it down in such a way that's easy to understand. Linda adds her own sense of style while at the same time making it a WHOLE LOTTA FUN! Her infectious passion for quilting shines through in her classes. Linda is a high energy - low stress instructor.
Kathy McNeil is an internationally award winning quilt artist, author, pattern designer, teacher and judge. Kathy offers workshops, trunk shows and lectures, On line classes through American Quilters Society and quilting cruises to great destinations with Quilt Seminars at Sea.
Hand appliqueing thousands of little scraps of fabric together, she creates quilts that look like paintings. These wall hangings are inherently and symbolically full of love and comfort. Often using over a hundred different fabrics in one composition, she revels in adding small details and surprises for the viewer to find. The quilting itself adds an additional element of texture to her work. Her quilts are frequently featured in museums, magazines, calendars, and international shows. Many of her quilts are in private collections.