Holding qualifications in nursing, quality, and business management and after many years working as a Health Administrator Lee has now retired from full-time work to focus on her endeavors’ in the creative world of fabric art.
She had a clear goal of establishing a small business that was creative, characteristic, and of a contemporary nature with the main focus being excellence in teaching and the provision of a productive long-arm quilting service. As such in November 2011 Threads and Tangles was formed.
Lee is a member of a range of Quilters Guilds and is a Victorian Quilters Accredited and Specialist Techniques Teacher, a Certified Zentangle Teacher, a Jenny Haskins Accredited Tutor, and an Accredited Paverpol Workshop Trainer.
Since first showing her quilts in 2012 Lee has been fortunate to have her quilts placed well to include Excellence in Domestic Machine Quilting. She has also had a number of quilts that include some Zentangle-inspired art quilts published in books and magazines.
In summarizing, Lee embraces a contemporary art design focus and mixes Zentangle inspired art; thread painting, fabric painting with inks, crayons, and pencils along with domestic free motion quilting and long arm quilting to create innovative fabric artworks under the banner of Threads and Tangles.