Portrait of Pat
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Pat Delaney began sewing when she was five years old by creating doll clothes. A graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, she completed a rigorous program of study in fashion design, in addition to numerous courses in color theory and drawing. Currently, Pat focuses on creating quilts and teaching these skills to other quilters. Her quilts have been displayed in many regional, national, and international shows, and she has won numerous awards and recognition for her work from every major quilt organization in the United States.

Pat’s quilts have been shown on the Discovery Channel and published in the Boston Globe, Country Living Magazine, and the Brockton Enterprise. They have also appeared in Quilter, Quilt, Quilters’ Newsletter, American Patchwork and Quilting, and on the covers of American Quilter Magazine, AQS Catalog of Books, and Quilting Foundation Piecing. Her quilts have appeared in six editions of the Quilt Art Calendar.

Pat is available to teach, lecture, and judge for quilt conventions and quilting guilds. She currently has four lectures and sixteen classes from which  to choose. She, also, offers studio classes, on occasion for small groups. To learn about any of these, sign up for the Crabtree Lane Studio newsletter or email directly to pat@crabtreelane.com

Zoom lectures and trunk shows are also available. Contact Pat for details and availability.