Amy Hodge comes from a quilting family. Her Great-Grandma Ida Roloff (on her father's side) spent many hours quilting at her home in Jackson, Missouri. She even managed to teach Amy's father a thing or two about the art in the 1950s as he helped her on quilts she had in progress. He picked a needle back up in the 1980s to hand piece and quilt a few of his own creations. Amy's Grandma Verna Weber (on her mother's side) had a knack for quilting as well, and presented each of her 11 grandchildren with a quilt as a wedding gift. Amy carries on this family tradition by creating graphic modern quilts inspired by a combination of traditional quilting patterns and modern design aesthetics.
All Amy a la Mode couture quilts are constructed from high-quality pre-washed fabrics and pieced by machine. Quilting is either done by machine or by hand. Amy believes no quilt is properly finished until the binding has been stitched into place by hand.
Because of the improvisational nature of the design and construction process, no two quilts based on the same design are exactly alike. Your quilt will be a unique, one-of-a-kind treasure for you and your family.
To see what Amy is up to on a regular basis, visit her blog.
Amy a la Mode is located in Mountain View, CA.
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