Linda Kelly Hubbard has long enjoyed a high fibre diet, growing up in a home where her mother always had knitting, rug-hooking and needlework projects on the go. Linda learned to sew at age 12 and hasn’t stopped; bitten by the “quilting bug” while living in Kitchener-Waterloo for a short while, she is not seeking treatment or a remedy! She is a trained teacher with 10 years’ experience in the public school system and 25 years of teaching quilting classes for numerous guilds in the Maritimes and at five quilt shops. Linda enjoys many different styles and aspects of quilting, and loves to teach.
Linda enjoys pursuing other interests as well – photography, gardening, music, reading, stitching and blogging, among others! You can follow her quilting projects and other activities on her blog Stitch Lines, atwww.linda-hubbard.blogspot.ca
. She confesses her favourite spot in the world is her own studio, where she is always accompanied by her two cats and a stash of dark chocolate.
Linda brings a high level of professionalism and energy to her teaching. Her enthusiasm and love of teaching are evident in her fun-filled classes. She loves meeting new students and passing on her love of quilting, helping each student to learn new techniques and improve their skills and accuracy