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Judy is a Baylor University graduate and has taught home economics in Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri.  She has studied with internationally acclaimed teachers in needlework and beading. 

Judy presents trunk shows and teaches embellishment and beading techniques to quilt and bead groups in the Midwestern States. 

Her duplicate stitch and cross stitch patterns have been licensed by some of the Big 12 schools.

 

Judy has studied Art Quilts with Deana Hartman, Chameleon Quilt Studio, Gardner, Ks., and wire techniques and glass fusion with Marilynn Audain-Liddell, Reflections of You, Kansas City,  Mo, and Jamie McCalister,  The Bead Goddess, Kansas City, Mo.

Judy and her husband, Lon, have two grown sons and five grandchildren.

 

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HONORS
Featured Artist of Kansas City Fiber Guild Website

MEMBERSHIPS
Blue Valley Quilt Guild
The Questers, International Antique Study Organization

PUBLICATIONS
Kerri Fivecoat Campbell features Judy in Best Times June 2006
Matelasser & Embellis en Un Seul Geste! French publication of Quilt and Embellish in One Step by Linda Potter
Quilt & Embellish in One Step, author Linda Potter, 2004, p. 55, 78
Kansas City Star July 6, 2003, Star Magazine, page 2, "Getting Wired" by Kate Hunter in Getting Started  www.kansascity.com click on Living
Legacy Magazine Summer 2003, page 60
Hearts and Flowers, Kansas City Star Book, (April, 2002)
Kansas City Quilt maker (2001)
Pinwoven Treasures
Ribbon Works (numerous original silk ribbon designs published)       
Beadtown Gallery http://www.beadtown.com/fun/gallery.htm

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

June, 2006, Kerri Fivecoat Campbell, writes for Best Times featuring Judy's jewelry.

August 5:  Kerri Campbell, writes for the  Kansas City Star Business Section featuring Judy, August 5, 2003. 

The Kansas City Star features Judy's work of "Getting Wired" with a photo of a wrapped seashell.  Click here to view Getting Started by Kate Hunter, July 6, 2003.
Click here:  Wire Wrapped Jewelry for more examples of objects that have been forgotten in a drawer such as buttons, buckles, salt cellars, tiny perfume bottles, dolls dishes, etc. that Judy can transform into a "one-of-a-kind" wire wrapped pendants.   

Legacy Magazine, Summer 2003 issue, includes an article, illustrations, and many examples of Judy's wire wrapped collectibles.  (Click here to see photo  

 

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