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Welcome to Wildfire Designs Alaska

Wildfire Designs Alaska

Welcome to my website. From this site you can view all my designs, find a store that sells my patterns, and learn quilting tips and techiniques used in my designs. Businesses can order patterns, download kit cutting instructions and request a trunk show.

Northern Flora

The 2013 Shop Hop quilt, Northern Flora, is now available as a book and pre-packaged kits! The book includes the original quilt and tablerunner, plus instructions on making a single-block wallhanging, five-block wallhanging and pillow projects using the flora designs. Get your copy now! To see this new book please see my new designs or floral pages, or click here.

Wildfire Designs Alaska Online Store Coming Soon

Wildfire Designs Alaska will be developing an online store in the coming months. All patterns, available kits and other notions will be available to purchase online. While the store is in production feel free to contact me directly for retail purchases and inquiries.

Although I am excited open my own online store for those of you who do not have local access to my patterns and kits, I want to make sure to encourage everyone to check with your local quilt shops first and support your local small businesses!

Wildfire Designs Alaska is now on Facebook!

For all you Facebook fans, I've finally gotten my own page. You can now keep up-to-date on all my new projects, activities, etc. Please 'like' my page and follow me on Facebook! Click here to be directed to my Facebook page now.

Other New Projects & Designs

All winter I've been looking forward to summer, so while I was not-so-patiently waiting I designed two new summer floras - Poppies and Daisies. Both are tablerunner patterns with matching placemats and napkins. The Poppies pattern also includes instructions to make it up as a wallhanging. To see these new patterns please see my new designs or floral pages, or click here.

History of Wildfire Designs Alaska

I was born in Kenai, Alaska and raised in the family fabric store, the Kenai Fabric Center with my mother, grandparents, aunts, and later a sister and several cousins; all of whom taught me to sew, crochet, knit, and so much more. While in college I worked with my family at their fabric store, where I found a talent for creating samples of wallhangings and preparing kits. After several years I decided to try designing on my own. My first pattern, Caribou on the Kenai Flats, was inspired by my hometown.

Thank you for your interest in Wildfire Designs Alaska!
Dana Woodard Verrengia, Designer/Owner

Updated by Dana Verrengia