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Creative BiTS
Birgit Schueller
Rosenhof 6
49751 Sögel
Germany

Tel.: +49 (5952) 9689 727
Fax: +49 (5952) 9689 728
E-Mail: birgit.schuellercreativebits.biz


On the pages of Creative BiTS, I’d like to show that patchwork and quilting is more than sewing together fabric patches. Creative design, as I understand it, means diving into shapes, colors and patterns, that often develop a life of their own in my quilts.

Thus, it’s no wonder that I continue to be fascinated by the infinite number of possilities when it comes to playing with all kinds of fabrics. New ideas seem to develop automatically.

This creates new challenges all the time – teaching, since 2005 creatively longarm quilting customer quilts and my own show quilts, designing patterns and coming up with my own quilting designs, and nobody knows what exciting things the future will bring…

At the end of of 2015, I have become a member of an amazing group of creative people, the team of Handi Quilter Ambassadors/Educator! I’m enjoying the  creative cooperation with the Handi Quilter teams in the U.S.A. and in Germany, who allow me to voice and realize my ideas.

In the beginning of 2018 I joined the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA), an association whose main objective is to further the art quilt and art quilters.
In March 2019, I accepted to become the current regional representative for the SAQA Europe & Middle East region.

Please feel free to browse my site a bit. Under photos there are more samples of my work for customers and on my blog you can find a lineup of my award-winning quilts.

I’d like to encourage you to join me in exploring my designs and the joy that patchwork and quilting as a creative and truly remarkable art form is instilling. Be warned, though: as many of you know, the quilting virus is a life-long affliction…

Happy stitching,
Birgit

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ICU – Do U C Me?

When you set in motion a disc with concentric black and white circles and watch it rotating for a while, the center seems to be either growing out towards you like a cone or retracting into the background like a crater. In optical physics, this is known as “stereocinetic phenomenon”. ICU illustrates this three-dimensional phenomenon …

Highlights

Award Category Contest City, Country Year 3rd place Pieced Hoffman Challenge Mission Viejo, CA, USA 2004

Gingko Phantasy

Award Category Contest City, Country Year 3rd place Wearables Innovations Tacoma, WA, USA 2009 Finalist   IQA Show Houston, TX, USA 2008 2nd place Wearables – Runway MQS Overland Park, KS, USA 2008