Yvonne Fuchs quilt in Quilters Planner 2017

Quilt Photography

Looking for my top recommended tools for quilt photography? Head to the Top Picks page!

Are you wanting to take gorgeous photographs of your quilts, but not quite sure how to go about it? I can help! My On-Demand class Take Great Quilt Photos Now! will walk you through the process, teaching you everything you need to know to take your quilt photos from meh to wow!

If you’re a brand or company looking for gorgeous photos of your quilts or sewing products, send me an email at thenightquilter@gmail.com. I specialize in outdoor quilt photography, so keep in mind these photos will be seasonal according to the current season in midcoast Maine (alternatively, if you’d like to fund my travel to a different location–drop me a line and let’s talk!). Indoor or staged photos can also be arranged if needed for a greater cost*, but the wild outdoors is where my heart lies!

You can see my quilt photography in the Quilter’s Planner 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022, the Knitter’s Planner 2021 and 2022, Amy Butler’s Blossom emagazine issue 3, the cover of Make Modern emagazine issue 7, and featured in the book Patriotic Modern by Carole Lyles Shaw. I’ve done product photography for multiple industry businesses, including Aurifil Thread and OLFA Handtools. I’d love to talk about photographing your quilts for business or pleasure! Email me at thenightquilter@gmail.com for pricing details and more information.

I’m looking forward to adventuring with your quilt(s) and sharing my love of three of my favorite things: photography, the natural world, and quilting!!

Visit @nightquilter on IG to see some examples of my quilt photography. Also keep an eye on these hashtags: #EpicQuiltPhoto #Quiltcation

Quilt by Cheryl Brickey Meadowmist Designs in the Quilter's Planner 2017
Quilt by Cheryl Brickey of Meadowmist Designs, included in the Quilter’s Planner 2017.

I grab a needle and thread once the kids are in bed

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