Kathy Lincoln Quilts
Kathy Lincoln Quilts

My grandmother taught me to sew when I was nine.  Garment construction was my primary focus until 1984 when I learned to quilt with templates made out of cereal boxes. In 1985, I discovered rotary cutters and rulers. I have taught a variety of classes in quilt shops since 1992.  

Kathy Lincoln's quilt "Pearls" from Power SuitsI have exhibited quilts at International Quilt Festival in Houston, American Quilt Society Show in Paducah, Vermont Quilt Festival, Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival and other shows.  I offer lectures and workshops nationally. I have also taught at the Quilters Unlimited Quilt Show (Chantilly, VA) in 2003, 2004, 2007, 2009, and 2010.

My quilt, “In My Shade Garden,” was published in the February/March 2009 issue of Quilters Newsletter. I also participated in the “Vintage Revisited Challenge,” making six quilts that traveled the United States with this exhibit.  This challenge is published and is available as Vintage Revisited: A Quilt Block Challenge by Mary Kerr. For the complete listing of all my published works, please go to my Publications Page.

I have a special passion for simplifying techniques.  I believe in reducing fabric waste and speeding up the process, as time is my most precious commodity.  I am always looking for new ways to do things and working to improve my techniques.  I especially enjoy helping others learn and share my love of quilt making.

I live in Northern Virginia with my husband, Howard.

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