Announcing Heather Bailey as Sewing Summit 2013′s keynote speaker!

Posted by on August 26, 2013 in Community, The Sewing Summit | 2 comments

We are thrilled to announce Heather Bailey will be joining us this year as a keynote speaker at Sewing Summit 2013. Heather is a mom, sewist, businesswoman & designer, and we’re excited to have her close out our conference at our Saturday night community dinner. I have been a fan of Heather’s for years & her fabrics were some of the first I fell in love with when I started sewing & quilting years ago. You won’t want to miss her talk – I know it will be fun, informational & super inspiring!


Heather Bailey, keynote speaker at Sewing Summit 2013Heather Bailey is a world-renowned star in the textile, craft, and decorating arena. With her sophisticated floral designs and smart geometric prints, Heather has inspired a new generation of crafters and home decorators to embrace art and color in their everyday lives.

Heather’s creations, including fashion and home decor items, have been sold worldwide in the best stores: Fred Segal, Henri Bendel’s, Bloomingdales, and more. InStyle, Glamour, Mademoiselle, Seventeen, Country Living, and other top publications have all highlighted her unique fabrics and creative designs.

“I aim to bring more women to know the joy and deep fulfillment that comes from creativity and from nurturing our families with the work of our hands” says the inspiring mother of three.

Heather Bailey, LLC has expanded steadily to become the unique, global lifestyle brand it is today. For more information on Heather’s product collections, including craft and home decorating fabric, sewing and embroidery patterns, stationery, office supplies, housewares, and more, visit Learn about Heather’s patented hair accessories, Trash Ties™ at Follow Heather’s personal blog at


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  2. This is wonderful! I’m so looking forwards to the keynote speech! Love love her line Nicy Jane.

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