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Nancy BirgerFiber ArtLittle Mother Quilting
Long-arm quilting has helped me make new friends and meet new people. I have a wonderful studio designed, by my son-in-law, to have good lighting and excellent storage. The time I spend working on quilts for myself and other people is a wonderful part of my week. The studio picture below illustrates the wonderful light and clean lines that help me do a great job on your very special quilts.
About the name of her business: The name comes from a 1950’s toy sewing machine called “Little Mother”. Additionally, my husband Richard took to calling me the “Little Mother” due to my stature and our two lovely children. Before my quilting business took off the name was somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but the business evolved and the name has stuck around.
Nancy was featured in the 2013 Fiber Art Almanac.
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