My name is Angie and I live in suburban Philly with my husband, Jim.  We have two toddler boys and a a chocolate lab, Dunder Dog, who will often make an appearance on craftedAngles.

I started quilting after a spontaneous visit to a fabric shop in 2006.  With my first project, I knew that this was the beginning of a new hobby!  In 2009, I took advantage of classes offered through my local quilt shop and worked on more complex patterns and larger quilts.  After being amazed by the creativity and collaboration of those in the blog world, I started CraftedAngles in 2009 to share my quilting journey.

It really has been an adventure.  What really started out as a hobby has evolved into a passion.  I enjoy quilting everyday and seeing yardage of material cut up, sewn together, and transform into beautiful quilts.  Now that I have a 3 year old quilter apprentice, it is a really special bond to share this art with a little one.  Jimmy enjoys his tools (aka – the empty spools) and loves to pick out fabric (the firetruck prints).  He is looking forward to the day when he can use the machine with it powered on.

Many quilts later, I am now offering custom orders via t-shirt quilts, quilted “guest books”, baby quilts, lap quilts, table runners, children tents, crayon rolls and more!  Check out my Custom Order page for examples.

Thank you for visiting CraftedAngles.  If you have a question, please contact me.

10 responses to “About

  1. Angie-Thanks for your comments on my blog. I hope you come back often to “chat”.

    Blogger is kind of a bizarre program; if you don’t have an account with them or are not signed in to Google it doesn’t show your email address when you leave a comment. I am glad I found you though so if you can, email me back and that way we can keep up with each other.
    Thanks, Libby Fife

  2. Hey Angie…Wanted to answer your question about the lab pups fabric on my blog. It’s a Timeless Treasures fabric. I did a quick search and fat quarter shop has it. Here’s the link:


    Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Hi Angie,
    The batik block the month is from Shannon from Pieceful Kwilter I should be caught up on the jelly roll quilt along today I am hoping. Had to leave a comment hear because I did not receive your email address from your comment.

    Have a great day!

  4. Angie, thank-you for visiting my blog. I really enjoy the Friday Nite Sew-Ins and I look forward to them each month.

  5. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog! Wouldn’t a GO! Cutter be nice to own! I hope to see you around more often!

  6. Hi Angie,
    Thanks for visiting my blog. I purchased perle cotton from my local fabric store. I have also found it at a local embroidery store and at a local yarn shop. If all else fails, I am sure you would be able to find it online. I also have both Material Obsession books. The Dresden Plate was inspired by Sarah Fielke and the first Material Obsession book.
    BTW – love your pickle dish! I am working on a pickle dish now.
    Thanks again, Angie. Hope this helps. mary

  7. Thank you for visiting my blog and for the kind comments on my landscape quilt. The tulips were far too big for the scale of the quilt but I loved them, so they went in – I told my great aunt that they are Troll tulips – that is why they are so big! 🙂

    Isn’t the Bloggers’ festival fun!


  8. I’m so glad you stopped by my blog…

    I am loving my pink cabinet. So far it’s mostly empty, but I know in time, it will fill up. =)

  9. Hi Angie, thank you for the comment on my blog (I couldn’t find your email to send you a private message) – and for the machine quilting tips (always LOVE those!). I’m looking forward to ‘getting to know’ your blog!

  10. Hi Angie,
    I I really like your blog. Really good job on the site, Keep up the good work!

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