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Geraldine Wilkins
A native New Yorker, Geraldine moved to Los Angeles in 1993 to begin her photojournalism career at the Los Angeles Times. After a successful 11-year career that garnered a Pulitzer Prize, she moved to Virginia in 2005 to work for a worldwide Christian magazine.

She began her quilting journey with a Virginia church group in 2006.
Since then, she has made many quilts and is a member of Virginia Star Quilters, Stafford Piecemakers, and Fredericksburg Modern Quilt guilds. She had a 2-year term on the Virginia Star Quilters guild board and is a founding board member of the Fredericksburg Modern Quilt Guild, where she is currently the Program/Educational Director.


As a Westalee Design Accredited Teacher, a Juki America Home Sewing Educator, and a 2018 Island Batik Ambassador, Geraldine lectures and teaches at quilt shops, guilds, and at regional and national quilt shows. She also shares her love of quilting on her blog www.livingwaterquilter.com and social media outlets. Her quilts have exhibited in local and regional quilt shows, national touring events and shows with Hoffman Fabrics, and for the second time at a curated exhibit at the Virginia Quilt Museum beginning February 2018. Find Geraldine's work published in 1000 Quilt Inspirations, the Quilter's Planner 2017 and Free-Motion Framework.