Category - Anna Maria Horner

Anna Maria Horner works from her lofty attic studio in Nashville where she designs fabric collections and patterns for patchwork, needlework, garment and accessories. Anna Maria has also published three books in sewing and needlework, and all of her work is tied together through a lyrical use of line and an intense play on palette. She has been the face (or rather the hands as she likes to think) of Janome Sewing Machines since 2011. As of 2014 Anna Maria is also the founder and proprietor of Nashville’s Craft South, a wonderland of fiber related supply and diverse workshops. Craft South opened the doors to its permanent location in the Spring of 2015. Wherever her work and teaching calendar take her, every moment she is the proud and busy mother to seven children who offer a healthy dose of reality and grocery bills.