Our Team

Linda CamP, owner


A professional quilter for over 40 years, Linda has been sewing and quilting since early childhood. In 2009 she decided to open Sunday Best Quiltworks with her best friend and business partner Teresa Singleton.

She assisted the Columbus Museum in documenting their Permanent Quilt Collection and taught a Columbus State University Continuing Education course “All About Quilts”. She was an Assistant Quilting Instructor at the John C. Campbell Folk School, an Olympic Quilt Project volunteer and a Georgia Quilt project volunteer documenting quilts.

Linda was commissioned by the Georgia Quilt Project to create two copies of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games Nagano gift quilt, one of which was presented to the head of the Nagano Quilt Project and the chairman of the Board of Brother Sewing Machine Company.

Her “Sunburst Quilt” was featured in numerous publications including Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine” 4/98, The Olympic Games Quilts “America’s Welcome to the World” from Oxmoor House 1996, A Quilt for the Promised Valley from Sanpete Publications 1996, and GEMC Georgia Magazine 11/95.

Over the years, Linda has completed numerous custom quilts and projects. She’s organized, participated in and judged dozens of quilt shows and lectured at numerous clubs and societies on dating antique quilts. She has been a member of the Georgia Quilt Council, the American Quilter’s Society and the GALA Quilt Guild. She continues to make and donate quilts to local charities throughout our community.

Along with her husband Rick, she also owns Lin-Rik Flowers, a commercial greenhouse operation located beside Sunday Best. They have two children and six grandchildren.

 

Adee Holcomb, shop manager


Adee joined Sunday Best in 2013 when the youngest of her four children started school. Since then she has quickly transformed from being a self taught sewist into a quilter. Her style tends to pull towards the Modern Quilt movement but she has a deep appreciation for traditional quilting.

As a young, stay-at-home mother with a tight budget, a lot of free time and a driving need to creat: Adee taught herself to sew, smock, and embroider. Sewing quickly became more than just a creative outlet. Soon she was taking custom orders and selling children's clothing online and in small boutiques.

She first came to Sunday Best Quiltworks to teach children's clothing classes. Since her children had grown beyond the age for her to sew clothing for them, quilting seemed to be the obvious progression for her sewing career.

Although new to quilting, she jumped in with both feet. Adee has made more than 20 quilts int he past year, including shop samples and custom orders, and has started designing quilt patterns.

Thomas payne, employee


Thomas is Linda's oldest grandson. He made his first BOM quilt at 10 years old with Linda's help and guidance.

He pieced a number of small projects on his own and chose to make a quilt as his senior project in high school.  He designed his own pattern with an American flag in the background, the shadow outline of a saluting soldier in the foreground, and the words "Harris County JROTC" on the border.

Thomas began another quilt while in high school using a Sunday Best quilt pattern. He made the blocks and Linda assembled and machine quilted it as a graduation gift.

Together they entered "Splinters" in the Georgia National Fair in 2013 and took first place in their category.

Thomas cuts fabric, prepares kits and assists cutomers. He also installed the shop's Square checkout system and provides technical support as needed.

He is a full time student at Columbus State University and is pursing a degree in Business Management.

Lee Ann Scogin, Custom Orders

I began sewing in junior high school and continued with Home Economics in High School. For many years I made most of my own clothes.

In 1999 my husband and I bought a motorcycle and joined a group in Memphis.  The ladies made lap quilts for St Jude Hospital and asked for volunteers to wash and press fabric, and of course I volunteered, then they had simple cut pieces that needed to be put together and I thought I can do that... and so began my quilting career.

When I retired I joined a casual group of quilters at the YMCA and started learning correct ways to quilt.  We moved to Waverly Hall about 5 years ago, I found Sunday Best Quiltworks and started taking classes, it is amazing how much easier it is to quilt when you know the right techniques.

I've been making custom memory quilts for the shop for several years and teaching clases on T-shirt quilts and other projects.

I was a member of Gala Quilt Guild for several years and have entered a quilt in the Perry, Georgia quilt show, which won 2nd place.


julie pope, Employee

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