Meet Cate Tallman-Evans

Zahoudanis, Demetria
October 2005
Quilter's World;Oct2005, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p20
This article profiles Cate Tallman-Evans, a long time devotee of needle arts. With the launch of her quilt designing business, Mood Aubergine in 2004, her plans are to make waves in the world of quiltmaking. For Tallman-Evans, the quilt design process begins with the fabric. Next, the selected fabric designs are scanned into her computer and saved in a fabric palette in EQ5. The most important thing to consider when selecting fabrics for your quilt is color contrast.


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