Tina Curran has been a quilter for over 20 years.work has earned multiple blue ribbons and the rank of Master Quilter at her local quilt guild in Glendale, CA.quilts have hung at major quilt shows including Road to California, the AQS quilt shows in Lancaster, PA and Paducah, KY and the International Quilt Festival in Houston, TX.’s work has been featured more than 20 times in quilt magazines such as Quilters Newsletter andand in three books including Ricky Tims’ “Kool Kaleidoscopes”.
She has been designing patterns since 2002, began giving quilt lectures in 2012 and started teaching her designs in quilt guild workshops in 2013.2015, she began a monthly email newsletter to chronicle her adventures in quilting.was a January 2017 guest onPatchwork & Quilting magazine’s podcast hosted by Pat Sloan.
work can be seen at tinacurran.com, tinacurran.etsy.com and bit.ly/tinacurran (her pattern shop on Craftsy.com).
While she has no formal art training, she has taken some wonderful classes over the years, and feels that her greatest learning has come through the estimated 10,000+ hours she spent creating more than 100 art quilts. She is excited to realize that there seems to be no end to this learning curve