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Teri Lucas is an award winning machine quilter with a passion for teaching. She like to play with color and see what happens “if”. She is an Associate Editor with Generation Q Magazine, and a BERNINA Ambassador. Her work has appeared in Quilting Arts, Machine Quilting Unlimited. She is currently working on a book with C&T Publishing.

Teri currently stitches on a BERNINA 790.


Associate Editor – Online/Special Project with Generation Q Magazine.
It’s your quilt, it’s your rules is the one rule of quilting I follow and work towards teaching.


I am a…

wife married 23 years to the love of my life!

quilter for 22 years and can hardly wait to see what comes next!

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Teri Lucas cutting edge art quilts front cover cropped

January/Feburary 2011 – Improving Machine Quilting

Author – Machine Quilting Start Right – International Quilt Festival Quilt Scene November 2009

Quilting Arts TV – Episode 503 – machine quilting tips & hints

The Quilt Life – October 2010 ┬áMini Groups

Rit Dye on going series using Shibori dye techniques.

Teri Lucas

22 Responses to “About”

  1. isathreadsoflife Says:

    You do a wonderful artwork, I love your quilting (by hand ?).

    1. terificreations Says:

      The quilting shown here is all machine work. I do hand quilt, not as much as I did a few years ago.


  2. Kris Riendeau Says:

    You are an amazing quilter. I enjoy your daily blogs – they’re quite enjoyable.
    Where do you get the inspiration for your quilts and the colors you use? Will you ever teach a class in or near Maine?

    Looking forward to more!

    1. terificreations Says:

      I would be happy to travel to Maine and give you private lessons. Email me.

  3. Hi,

    Weather is confusing here in So. CA. A couple of days ago it was 55, today 99!

    My Give Away, if I haven’t told you already:

    To be given away on June 1st – Three Moda Jelly Rolls – Nature’s Chorus, Baskets of Flowers, Spring Magic. To enter simply post your quilt picture on the Show and Tell page:
    Make sure you note YOUR NAME along with the title of the quilt – each posting is one entry into the Give-away
    There will be three winners – names drawn at random from the Show and Tell postings on May 31st and posted on this page June 1st. If you have previously posted a photo, simply drop me an e-mail and let me know you wish to be entered.

    ***I plan to start a new category at Quilt Qua – for Give Aways, so do let me know if you are having one, or if you know of one.

    ***Here is a great write-up about Quilt Qua in SuzNuz:

    I hope you are having lovely Spring weather where you live!

  4. Stefanie Says:

    Hi Teri!
    Finally made it here to check out some of your work. It’s great. My quilt project got derailed for the moment. We got a welsh terrier puppy and she’s a HUGE handful. Though she’s only 3 months she keeps me busy NON-STOP.

    I want to stick w/your idea to look at batik fabrics and use a free form-abstract style. I’ll do a drawing and provide the fabric. Haven’t decided on a size yet! Will keep you posted.

    Still have my neckroll pillow to pick up from Hartsdale!

    See you soon!

    Best regards, Stefanie

  5. Luda Says:

    I’m from Kazakhstan (former Soviet Union Republic). I really enjoy your blog! Your quilting is unbelievable!!! So pity that it’s impossible to be at your class:(
    Do you have on-line classes?

    Best wishes!

  6. Geoff Carr Says:

    Hi Teri Could you e-mail me please –
    I play in a folk band in the UK.
    We love your Twilight quilt and would like to use images of it (for a fee) on the artwork for our forthcoming CD “Galllimorfry”
    Could you let us know if you would be interested in this?

    Best wishes,
    Yours Geoff Carr

  7. Gail Says:

    Hi Teri,
    I’m very motivated by your work! I’ve been sewing my whole life and recently got into quilting. Since I’m a graphic designer, I want to take show-poster art to fabric… we’ll see how far I can take it ;)

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful quilts!

  8. Penny George Says:

    Duh – I didn’t even know you did all this!! Wonderful stuff!


  9. Melinda Stein Says:

    Hi Teri!
    Was googling where to buy a darning foot for my 1080 and came across your blog. I am finally sitting down to quilt the little baby quilt you helped me choose border fabric for and to practice my free motion quilting that I learned in your class this past summer and…..oh no, no darning foot!!!
    Very happy to find your blog and read more and especially happy that I am now able to show my family some of your work.

  10. sartenada Says:

    Hello Teri.

    My wife is quilting too. She loves quilting by hand, but it is not imperative.

    Happy quilting!

  11. diannajessie Says:

    Hi Teri,

    I have been following your blog for a while now and wanted to nominate you for the Versatile Blogger award:)

    See my link for how to proceed further and thank you for your great posts


    1. Teri Lucas Terificreations Says:

      Thank you very much Dianna! I’ll take care of the details in a few days.

  12. Carries Comfort Quilts Says:

    i found your blog :)) how do i join it??

  13. Anonymous Says:

    Oh wow, I just adore your work Teri!! Please tell me you do requests?!

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  15. Peggy Says:

    I just signed up for your class Free Motion at the Road to California. Do iI pay for the kit fee at the class? When I registered it only charged me for the class and registration fee. Thanks Peggy!

  16. Eileen Schwing Says:

    What is your email address — I can’t find it on this site. Need more specific information on how many 1 1/4″ strips and give length for each gradation in color for the Go Mini or Go Home class you are teaching at Road. This information would be SO helpful. Thanks.

      Hey Eileen I wrote a quick blog post for Go Mini or Go Home. You may email me at terificreations at gmail dot com

  17. Sally Ickes Says:

    Hi, I just watched your episode on The Quilt Show in which you demonstrate using rulers on the domestic machine. However, I didn’t see where you addressed the issue of the back of the presser foot. Can you explain what you do. Thank you.

    1. I sure will Sally, give me a couple of days to work up a blog post and I’ll make sure to email you about it when I do.

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