A native Floridian, Jeri Langman has an extensive background in clothing design and creation. She remembers watching her mother create wonderful clothes for her.
Jeri and all of her sisters having been sewing since they were teenagers. Creating clothes, home furnishings and gifts for family members and friends.
In the 1980's Jeri was in demand throughout Florida as a designer and creator of elaborate western wear for Exhibitors in the Western events at Quarter Horse competitions.
In the 90's, Jeri took time off from sewing professionally to spend more time improving her riding skills and working with her husband, Ron in their Business Brokerage firm in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Missing the excitement of creating and the joy of sewing, Jeri started exploring new areas of fiber art - embroidery and embellishment work.
In 2000, Jeri joined an internet group whose sole mission is to create and raffle a quilt each year for the benefit of Airedale Terrier Rescue funding throughout the U.S. and Canada. A whole new world of fiber art was introduced to her. Now the project manager and contributor to the past 4 quilts, Jeri has dived in head first into art quilts, never looking back.
Jeri and her quarter horse, Bett Yawl Dash
"Ball Crazy" - Jeri's quilt block for the 2004 ADT Quilting Bee Project -"AireLifted"
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