Spotlight

Spotlight

Our Spotlight artists are a talented bunch. At Create Whimsy we share the stories of makers, inspiring each of our creativity. We believe that creativity crosses mediums, and love to see what makes different people tick.

We love learning what inspires makers, seeing where their magic happens and their journey to where they are today. Some are organized and plan their projects out to every detail, and some let the project take them on an adventure, not quite sure what the final piece will be — but, they know when it is done.

Browse through our interviews, where we spotlight makers learning about their journeys to where they are today. Linger on their pages and visit their websites for inspiration!

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Linda Fjeldsted Blust has loved creating with fabric since her grandmother taught her to sew. But like many creative people, especially women making art with textiles, Linda was urged to...

With a love for bold color, graphic design and an urban esthetic, modern quilter Sophie Zaugg creates eye-popping visual art with needle and thread. Like many modern quilters, Sophie began...

Try to pigeonhole Al Cote's art. We dare you. As a painter, hair stylist (yep) and fiber artist, Al finds inspiration in things most people overlook - shiny shoes, squeaky...

With a love for stitching happy things, fiber art by Catherine Redford is sure to keep you smiling. She does a bit of everything: embroidery, appliqué, crazy quilting, modern quilting,...

When Katie Fowler found quilting as an art form, she ditched the patterns right away - improvisation better suited her style and her path to happy. But if structure is...

Rosemary Drysdale can't imagine her life without stitch. It's in her genes. Her British mother and grandfather are from a long line of tailors; her Scottish grandparents, and generations before...

If the Shibaguyz, Shannon and Jason Mullett-Bowlsby, traveled back in time, they probably would land in The Renaissance. Not because they are classical painters and sculptors (although, who knows what...