Marilyn Badger hand pieced her first quilt in 1978. Little did she know that would lead to a phenomenally successful career in the world of competition quilting. As a result, she became known as a pioneer in the longarm industry.
Appliquéd with cotton gradations and Paula Nadelstern fabrics, hand-dyed vintage doily and crochet pieces by Wendy Richardson, hand-dyed trims by Rainbow Resources, embroidery using hand-dyed thread from Laura Wasilowski, hand-sewn beads, Swarovski crystals, and Lumiere paints. Stitched with kimono silk thread. Completed in 2018. Original design.
Marilyn Badger, award-winning quilt artist, hand pieced her first quilt in 1978. Little did she know that would lead to a phenomenally successful 23-year career in the world of competition quilting, as well as traveling all around the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan, teaching longarm classes. As a result, she became known as a pioneer in the longarm industry. Her work has been featured in countless national and international publications and special exhibits around the United States.