About Me

Hello, I am Shannon Reed and am the owner of Quilter’s Review.

Shannon Reed

Quilter’s Review was founded in the year 2000 and is a website dedicated to helping quilters improve their craft.

Quilting isn’t just a hobby for me; it’s a passion that I’m eager to share with you. I immerse myself in quilting books, constantly exploring new tools and ideas (with varying degrees of success).

At Quilter’s Review, we offer a wealth of valuable content, including tips, tricks, and honest product reviews. Our focus spans quilting products, machines, and books, all meticulously curated to assist you in becoming a better quilter. Our ultimate goal is to be the finest quilting resource available online.

We aim to provide you with informative, creative, and enjoyable content that will elevate your quilting experience. Should you have any questions or suggestions for products or books you’d like us to review, please don’t hesitate to contact us through our dedicated page. You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter, where I actively engage with the quilting community.

Any Questions?

If you have any suggestions or products or books you would like us to review, you can send us a message through our Contact Us page. I am also on Social Media. You can find me on Facebook and Twitter.

We would love to hear from you and happy quilting 🙂

3 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. I found your web because I was wanting info for a Designer 1. I have now spent the last hour filling my head with so must useful information. I thank you for all the information and time you have put in to this web site. the product and book reviews are so helpful. Thanks.

    I did read some of the emails and answered one about where to order floppy disks. a message came up that said it was being modified. What does this mean? Should I be doing something else?

    Thanks again for your web site.
    M. Rose

    • I think you might have seen a message saying it is being moderated. That just means we have to approve each comment that is made on the site. It’s done to reduce spam. I’m so glad you enjoy our site 🙂

  2. I have a red and white quilt that was created by a family member in 1879. I read your article on restoring and repairing old quilts but I am still at a loss to know what to do with mine. Do you know of anyone who could advise me from pictures what course I should follow to revive my quilt?
    Any help you could give would be appreciated.


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