We are extremely excited to welcome Linda to the team and look forward to quilters utilizing this new column.
Omaha, NE (PRWEB) April 28, 2016
AccuQuilt now has a monthly blog column called “Ask Linda”, featuring award-winning quilter Linda Baxter Lasco who will help quilters address common problems with their quilt-making techniques.
Lasco’s monthly column aims to assist quilters of all skill levels whether they are beginners or more advanced quilters. They can submit their questions to content(at)accuquilt(dot)com.
Suzan Ellis, Content Marketing Director at AccuQuilt says, “We are extremely excited to welcome Linda to the team and look forward to quilters utilizing this new column.”
Lasco’s past and present roles in the quilting world include teacher, lecturer, judge, and quilt shop staff member. She also completed stints as program chair for both the Artful Hands Quilt Guild and the Rhododendron Needlers Quilt Guild, in Mansfield and Walpole, Massachusetts, respectively.
Additionally, while working as a senior editor at the American Quilter’s Society for nine years, Lasco edited many books and stand-alone patterns. She also wrote a quilting book, "Red, White & Quilted", published in 2014.
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