Bonnie Sullivan established Oregon based All Through the Night in 2001 as a penny rug pattern company. She soon expanded to include patterns for quilts, cross stitch, and other fiber arts. In 2003, Bonnie took on a new creative challenge when she began designing fabric for the quilting industry.
Bonnie is a quilter, fiber artist, author, and teacher, and she thoroughly enjoys meeting fellow stitching enthusiasts. Her passion for textile arts and the creative process is reflected whenever she shares her ideas with others. When she’s not indulging her creative passions, Bonnie enjoys walking, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Jen describes herself as a traditional quilter with a modern twist. She loves scrappy quilts, and the more fabrics she can use in a single project the happier she is. In her perfect world, she would hand stitch everything--but with today’s busy lifestyle, she does machine piecing as well. The following patterns are well suited for both machine and hand piecing.
Brigitte Heitland is a former interior designer and student of textile design, and has been sewing since she was a girl. After making her own clothes for many years, Brigitte discovered quilting about ten years ago. But she was hooked immediately. Brigitte brings a modern, sophisticated style in her quilt and fabric designs. They are are characterized by an astute simplicity, harmonious color and outstanding workmanship. Brigitte launched her brand ZEN CHIC in 2010 with her quilt patterns and soon added fabric design. To learn more about her style and work, you’re invited to visit her website – www.brigitteheitland.de