Carole brings over 40 years of experience to the industry. She attributes her love of quilting to the fact that she is a fourth generation quilter. Her great grandmother taught her crochet and embroidery, while her grandmother and mother taught her quilting.
Carole is an award winning quilter. Her quilts have been displayed in American Quilter's Society and International Quilter's Association Shows.
She first began teaching quilting in New Braunfels, Texas in 1978, and continued in Oklahoma, Washington, and Oregon. Her patterns lend themselves to all types of quilting. Her variations on these themes yield a broad spectrum of classes.
Carole is also the mother of four, and a grandmother of nine.
Carole and three of her granddaughters, Jordan, Addison, and Riley
Carole Corder and her husband Tom operate Mission Lake Designs from their retirement home on a beautiful small lake outside of Kettle Falls, Washington. The business was established in 2007 when she decided to make her patterns available. She loves sharing her passion for quilting with others.