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Please note the teachers on this list are not endorsed by the council. Member guilds should always interview each teacher and seek references prior to contracting for their services.

Massey, Mary

» Massey, Mary
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massey2Mary Massey Information 

I started quilting in the early 1070's.  My mother-in-law had always quilted and I got interested after seeing her quilts.. This was about the time "Quilting" was beginning its revival.  I made my first quilt from the book "Polly Prindles Book of American Patchwork Quilts" dated 1973.  I cut it out by hand using sandpaper templates, hand pieced and hand quilted.  I used polyester fabric, double thread to sew, and traced the quilting design on white paper with holdes punched out of it.  I sprinkled cinnamon as I proceeded to quilt.  Needless to say, the "revival of quilting" didn't come any too soon for me!

I did hand quilting for the public for six years or more, owned a very small quilt shop in Garland, Texas and worked at several quilt shops where I taught classes.

I have judged at least 10 shows alon with the Rains County Fair in Emory, Texas.

For the past 10+ years I have presented programs/workshops all over Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.  I am listed in the TAQG resource list.

I am a charter member of the Dallas Quilt Guild #21, have been a member of several quilt quilds in East Texas.  I have worked "hanging quilts" for the Dallas Quilt Guild Show and several others, along with presenting "Bed Turning's" for quilt shows.

I have three different programs/workshops that I present, each one has a trunk show of my quilts.  My firs was "Blended Quilts", next came "Not Your Gramma's Log Cabin" and last but not least is my newest one "Pieces of the Past."  I have lots of old quilts and new reproductions for this one.

My fee for a program is $350 and workshops are $30 per person with a minimum of 10.  Travel fee is whatever is current and overnight stay will be furnished by each guild.

Contact Information
Phone: 903-598-2519

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