Male Quilters

On May 1, 2009 (on a different blog), I started a list of male quilters with an online presence (either website or blog).

As time went on, the list was buried deeper and deeper in the archives.

I figure the list deserves a dedicated page.

So far, my list includes:

  1. Aart — Aart’s Paradise
  2. John Q. Adams — Quilt Dad
  3. Rob Appell — Rob Appell Designs — Rob Appell Blog
  4. Thom Atkins — Quilts & Tapestries
  5. Nicholas Ball — Quilts From The Attic
  6. Gene Black — Gene Black
  7. Edward Bostick — Edward Bostick African American Quilts
  8. Jan Briggs — Quilting Among the Groves
  9. Kevin Britton — Journey of a QuiltGuy
  10. Bruce — Confessions of a Male Quiltaholic
  11. Andy Brunhammer — Quilts SB
  12. Greg Bryson — Flat Out Quilting
  13. Paul Burega — Dying 2 Quilt
  14. Michael Caputo — Patchwork & Paper
  15. Richard Caro —Deus Ex (Sewing) Machina — A Quiltversation
  16. John Cary — Quilt Dad
  17. Vernon Chee — Vernon’s Gallery on Shutterfly
  18. Adam Chenevert — Real Men Quilt
  19. Greg Climer — Greg Climer
  20. Michael A. Cummings — Michael A. Cummings, Artist & Quilter
  21. Joe Cunningham — Joe the Quilter, AKA Joe Cunningham
  22. Ben Darby — Huntspatch Quilts
  23. Mark A. Darrell — The Quilting Marine
  24. Ken Ellis — Featured Artist
  25. Dusty Farrell — Country Stitchin
  26. Kaffe Fassett — Kaffe Fassett Studio
  27. Michael Field — Fly Bobbin Fly
  28. John Flynn — Flynn Quilt Frame Company
  29. Jim Gatling — Jim Gatling’s Crazy Creative Life
  30. Leslie Gabrielse — Leslie Gabrielse, Fiber Artist
  31. Bob Geigle — Ideas for Craft Projects
  32. Rodney Gile — Nine Safe Stitches
  33. Giucy Giuce — Giucy Giuce on Instagram
  34. Sandy Greenberg — Curly Boy
  35. Scott Griffin — Kept In Stitches
  36. Tom H — Quilting and Carving
  37. Brian Haggard — The Creative World of Brian Haggard
  38. Paul Hallinger — Quilting Adventures of Evildemondevildog
  39. Michael Handley — State of the Craft
  40. Scott Hansen — Blue Nickel Studios
  41. Tim Harding — Tim Harding Studio
  42. Jim Hay — Jim Hay
  43. Luke Haynes — Luke Haynes
  44. Joshua Helms — Molli Sparkles
  45. Simon Henry — Simon Henry Needle Craft
  46. Carl Hentsch — 3 Dog Design Co
  47. Henry Holmes — Henry’s Arts
  48. Raymond K. Houston — Nacho Grandma’s Quilts
  49. Dave Hudson — Diff’rent Strokes
  50. Michael James — Michael James Studio Quilts
  51. Curt Jensen — Sparky Designs
  52. Jack Jeppson — Real Men Quilt — Blog
  53. Chris Jones — A Dandy Man
  54. Phil D. Jones — Phil D. Jones, Mixed Media – Fiber
  55. Tom Jordan — Heavenleigh Blessings
  56. Andrew Joslyn — Momotaro Makes
  57. Mike Kelley — Mike Kelley’s Rainbows
  58. Thomas Knauer — Thomas Knauer Sews
  59. Wayne Kollinger — Tuxedo Park Design
  60. Kevin Kosbab — Feed Dog
  61. John M. Kubiniec — Big Rig Quilting
  62. Eddie Landreth — The Arkansas Man Quilter
  63. Peter Lappin — Male Pattern Boldness
  64. Richard Larson — Quilting Design Studio
  65. Tim Latimer — Quilts etc.
  66. John Lefelhocz — Juxtapassion
  67. Doug Leko — Antler Quilt Design
  68. Don Linn — Mr. Quilt’s World
  69. Mark Lipinski — Pickle Road Studios
  70. Patrick Lose — Patrick Lose
  71. Ray Lusk — Star Valley Stitching
  72. Jay Martin — You Quilt?
  73. Michael Aaron McAllister — Michael Aaron McAllister
  74. Jimmy McBride — Jimmy McBride
  75. Rick McGuire — Rick McGuire, Quilt Nerd
  76. Mike “Mac” McNamara — Mike McNamara
  77. Jim Mikula — Artwork by Jim Mikula
  78. Patrick Miller — Straight Stitching Singer
  79. Roy Mitchell, Jr. — WatermelunMan
  80. Frederick Nunley — Orange Explains it All
  81. Alexander O’Kane — Original Alexander
  82. Dan Olfe — Digital Art Quilts by Dan Olfe
  83. Frank Palmer — Full Frontal Quilts and Dyeworks
  84. Basil Papanastassiou — BasilQuilts
  85. Mike Pearson — The Amateur Quilter
  86. Paul Perger — Outnumbered Quilter
  87. Gerard Quak — Gerards Handwerken
  88. Shawn Quinlan — Quiltman
  89. Gert van Raalten — Real Men Stitch and Sew 
  90. Adam Ratley — Midwest Quilt Company
  91. Andreas Rosales —Mad Tesla
  92. Daniel Rouse — Piece and Press
  93. Gerald Roy — Pilgrim/Roy Antiques and Interiors
  94. Tom Russell — Tom Russell Quilts
  95. Russ Sadler — The Tilted Quilter
  96. Paul Schutte — Paul Schutte Art Quilts
  97. Charlie Scott — Qubee Quilts
  98. Jimmie Scott — Mancave Quilter’s Journey
  99. Bruce Seeds — Quilts.Bruce Seeds
  100. Jonathan Shannon — The Alliance for American Quilts Interview
  101. Mark L. Sherman — Remarkable Quilts
  102. George Siciliano — George Siciliano
  103. John Sims — John Sims Projects (click on “Projects,” then click on “Pi Project”)
  104. David Sirota — Quilt Maven Dave
  105. Jim Smith — Quilts SB
  106. Doug Sobel — Quilt Hero Long Arm Services
  107. Matthew Sparrow — ManQuilter.com — ManQuilters, an online community for man quilters
  108. Roy Starke — Roy Starke, Master Quilter
  109. Bill Stearman — Word . . . from Willow Garden
  110. Raymond Steeves, Jeff Carr, and Frank Costa  — 3 Dudes Quilting
  111. Joseph Stroman — That Quilting Guy, LLC
  112. Eric Suszynski — Eric The Quilter
  113. David Taylor — David Taylor Quilts
  114. Kevin Thompson — Kevin the Quilter
  115. Ricky Tims — Ricky Tims, Musician & Quilter
  116. Giles Turnbull — Touch And Sew
  117. Ben Venom — Mr. Ben Venom
  118. David Walker — David Walker: Artist and Web Designer
  119. Jamie Wallen — Jamie Wallen Fine Art Quilting — Quilters Apothecary
  120. Ryan Walsh — Ryan Walsh Quilts
  121. Dwayne Wanner — Dwayne F. Wanner, Contemporary Quilter
  122. Jim West — Sew Many Places — Scrap Map — Quiltposium
  123. Lane Wilhite —That Man Quilts?
  124. Ricky Wilks — Codman Square Creations
  125. Kent Williams — Kent Williams – Art Quilts
  126. J. Bruce Wilcox — J. Bruce Wilcox
  127. Erick Wolfmeyer — E. Wolfmeyer Quilts

Do YOU know someone I’ve missed??

73 thoughts on “Male Quilters

  1. oh my goodness i’ll have to save this list and work my way thru it to see theses artists. Theres probably only 1 male quilter in NZ…. and that’s giving him the benefit of the doubt as i’ve never heard of even 1 … but there must be at least 1 .. surely???
    So keep up the good work of promoting them.

  2. Hello Raymond, thanks for the list of male quilters out there. I’ve followed your work for awhile 🙂 Thankfully, there have been so many males share within the creative process in a such unique ways to further promote the beauty of quilting! Feel free to add my blog to your list.

    1. Yes, I know these guys . . . but, the list IS limited to male quilters with an online presence (website or blog).

      There are many more male quilters out there than imagined (or listed) . . .

  3. Andy Brunhammer and I, Jim Smith have been quilting since about 2009. Our blog, Quilts SB includes an almost regular journal and a portfolio of the quilts and wall hangings we have done and are currently in process. Jim.

  4. Thanks for the list! I was beginning to think that I was the only male quilter out there. Every quilting group I’m a part of on facebook, is mostly females. Not that I mind, just nice to know guys quilt too!

  5. Hi Raymond! Can you add me to this list as well? Also, I’ve rounded up some male quilters for a quilt bee starting in January and we need at least one more member! Know of anyone on your list that might be interested?

    1. Hey, Molli!! Welcome aboard!!

      Is your quilt bee physical or virtual?? (I might be interested . . .) Do any of the male quilters on your list qualify to be on mine??

    1. Thanks!!

      I checked out the page (and joined) . . . some of the faces are familiar to me, and others are new. I look forward to interacting with the group.

  6. Great list! It’s good to see there are so many of us out there. My partner, Scott Griffin, and I have been quilting together for almost 8 years now (it doubles the fabric stash!) I’m a graphic designer and I’m trying to get his online presence started. We would be honored to be added to your list.

    You can find him at keptinstitches.wordpress.com

    1. Thank you, Annibee!!

      Mark Lipinski is #67 on the list, and I’ve just added Kaffe Fassett. How could I have missed him??

  7. Hi,

    Just stumbled onto this page with your list of guy quilters. Would love to be added to it! From NYC but now living in London, have been quilting for nearly 8-9 years now. Was the former president of the London Modern Quilt Guild and a current member of the Modern Quilt Guild.

    Michael

  8. Would the 3 Dudes Quilting qualify for your list? http://www.3dudesquilting.com/ Love your list and will check them out. I recognize a few names there. Keep up the great work. Men need to be promoted too! Men in the military know how to sew. (I’d like someone say to a marine that sewing is not manly! HA)

    1. I’ll certainly add them once I figure out how to list them!! They’re the first trio of guys I’ve come across.

  9. I began teaching a 12 year old Latino quilting a couple of years ago, and it was suggested to me recently that I should begin emphasizing male quilters’ works to him. Your list will come in handy! How about adding Jack Edson?

    1. Thank you!

      I know of Jack Edson’s work, but have not found a website for him . . . This list is for male quilters with an online presence (website, blog, podcast, etc.). (How else could you contact them??)

  10. I am excited to see this list. I have known a few male quilters in the past and they have been very inspiring. Both of these men have passed on.
    I did not see Micheal James name listed in the list. I have had the privilege of taking classes from him at the University. He too is inspiring, and he pushes you out of your comfort zone.
    Here is his website addy: http://michaeljamesstudioquilts.com/

    1. Thank you very much!!
      I will add Michael James to the list . . . I’m not sure he had a website when I started the list.

  11. I started quilting about 2 years ago. In addition to hand-guided longarm quilting, I also piece, design and repair machines. I’ve designed several unique blocks and pieced and quilted about 10 or so of my own projects, as well as a bit over 350 quilts for customers.
    I’m retired Air Force, so appreciate QOV and have done about 5 of them. We do QOV for free.

  12. I would like to add my husband to the list: David Charity (FromEdge2Edge.com) He has been in the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum male only exhibit twice so far and does cartoon as well as human condition quilts.

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