Lisa is originally from Northern California and took up quilting more than 20 years ago. In 2016, she decided to open up a business in order to help others complete their projects.
Her beginnings were quite humble working out of a converted sitting room with her first sewing machine and a collapsible sewing table. Her passion for quilting continued to grow as did her collection of fabric and equipment. Today, she works out of a dedicated creative space (called the Quilt-nasium) of nearly 2,000 square feet and has built out her equipment list to include a programmable longarm machine as well as two multi-needle embroidery machines.
Bryan is Lisa's husband and fellow artisan in residence. He hails from the Great State of Texas and provides creative input, technology support, and equipment fabrication services.
He refers to himself as a "maker" and developed his handy skills in high school working for a residential general contractor. Aside from home remodeling, he can be found in his garage workshop building some furniture for Lisa's Quilt-nasium or restoring his 1970 Opel GT. Bryan also dabbles in other art forms, mostly low-fire ceramic with his wheel and kiln.
Longarm Quilting, handmade quilts & embroidery