Nadine Ruggles has been sewing and crafting since childhood, and was caught by the quilting bug in 1990. She wanted to make "just one (large) quilt" for the bed, and, of course, couldn't stop quilting after that. Being mostly self-taught, Nadine sees each new quilt as a challenge, and she applies her special talents for fabric selection, precision piecing, elegant quilting and unexpected embellishments to traditional blocks to create innovative quilt art pieces.
Nadine lives in Gerlingen, Germany, where she teaches classes and workshops in machine quilting, embellishment, and color and fabric selection, and provides Pfaff sewing machine training classes. Her quilts have been exhibited across the United States in quilt shows, galleries and museums, and her work has been published in books by the American Quilter's Society.
To find out more, visit Nadine's homepage, DreamWeaver's Quilts.