The Pixeladies was born in 2003. Their studio consists of three computers, three printers, four sewing machines, and a serger. Yes, they collaborate on their Pixeladies projects because they like the challenge of coming up with a single artistic vision from two distracted minds! Their scarves and quilts have been published and juried in national and international exhibits. Visit their website at www.pixeladies.com.
Deb Cashatt is an air force brat. Daughter of a retired navigator (which is why she thinks she has a genetic right to tell people where to go) and a very creative mother (who thinks Deb is uppity for keeping her maiden name), Deb has been playing with fabric for as long as she can remember. She lives in Cameron Park, California, with her husband, Dave. Sewing garments, quilting, and passing down the joy of creating to her grandkids are some of her passions. Deb really, really likes to travel and is fortunate to have friends who move to exotic places just so she can visit them. She thinks the world would be a better place if people wore boas and drove cars with fins.
Kris Sazaki is an army brat. She inherited the gift of gab from her dad and a sense of adventure from her mom. Sewing she learned from her sister, Noni, and knitting from her sister-in-law, Vicki, and she spent a few teenage years making items to sell at Christmas craft fairs. Her best sewing memories are the Halloween costumes she made for her son. Before becoming an artist, Kris was a German professor, living in some exotic cities where Deb visited her. She lives in Sacramento, California, with her husband, Neil, her son, Miles, and her mother-in-law, Jane. She thinks most problems can be solved after eating chocolate.
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