Designer Tidbits: Kris Lammers - The Jolly Jabber Quilting Blog

Designer Tidbits: Kris Lammers

Despite the blazing Texas heat, this has been a summer full of Christmas spirit. Kris Lammer’s collection,  Fresh Fallen Snow Flannel for Maywood Studio has me dreaming of a white Christmas. Sheets of snow, big soft snowmen and snowflakes all provide a taste of winter that leaves you longing for December, and a cup of hot cocoa!

Q: To what or whom would you dedicate the Fresh Fallen Snow collection?
A:I would dedicate it to my mom, the best mom a girl could ever have. She has always been encouraging and supportive in whatever her children chose to do. I love you mom!

Q: What is your favorite project using this collection?
A:My favorite WILL be a quilt I can snuggle under with a good book!

Q: If time travel became possible, what year would you want to be in?
A:That’s tough, every decade had its issues. I love history, so it would be a treat to visit just about any year in the past. Just a quick peek though – I’m very attached to our current technologies and comforts!

Q:If you had to change your first name what would you change it to?
A:I’ve always liked my name, except for when my mother would say KRISTINE ANN! Ha ha! But if I HAD to change it, maybe something not so plain like Dahlia, or Chloe.

Q:What was your favorite childhood TV show?
A:It’s totally embarrassing to admit, but it was Gilligan’s Island. Such a ridiculous show!

Q:Who is the most famous person you have ever met?
A:I have met some amazing artists and designers that really SHOULD be famous. But years ago I met James Garner while he was filming Rockford Files in Beverly Hills.

Q:What is your favorite App to play on your phone?
A:Words with Friends, Hanging with Friends, and Scramble.

Q:If you could marry a technology, what would it be?
A:AIR CONDITIONING! I do not do well in the heat, anything above 80 makes me pretty cranky. When I am cool I can think more clearly and be much more productive.


  1. What a beautiful design for Christmas – I feel the Christmas spirit coming on – only a few months now. Thanks Edna V.