Katrina states that-
"I have been trained in classical archaeology and have always been fascinated by history and the objects that past generations have made. I have been quilting for 20 years and teaching my own designs for the past 10 years. My recent work has centred around a group of quilts inspired by antique English quilts. I have named these quilts after the houses featured in Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice": Pemberley, Netherfield, Longbourn and Rosings. I also love to make quilts that look old using my large stash of reproduction fabrics and traditional designs. I am currently writing a series of articles for "Quilters' Companion" magazine detailing the history of patchwork designs and quilting techniques."
Katrina also has a blog http://katrinahadjimichael.blogspot.com.
Some of Katrina's students will be bringing along their quilts so you can see the different variations created from her patterns. Here is one of her best known quilts - Pemberley