My name is Gilbert Muniz. I have been designing and making wearable art and clothing for over 20 years. I am a former designer for the Bernina Fashion Show designer and have competed at several wearable art competitions around the US. I am a pattern making instructor at Houston Community College, and a semi-regular instructor with the International Quilt festival in my hometown of Houston, TX. My published patterns and instructions can be found in SewStylish magazine and Threads Magazine.

I currently teach beginner workshops in embellishment (beading, sequins, embroidery), dyeing (screen printing, dye techniques), Resin casting (buttons and charms) and patternmaking (hats, bags).

If you have any questions about a class I teach, or would like to inquire about programs, please email me at

Here is my poor attempt at humor blog: Sad Patterns


8 thoughts on “Me…

  1. Hey Gilbert. Great article in the IQA magazine. I hear from Ruby that you are living in my neck of the woods. Hope to see you Festival.

  2. Over the years I’ve taken many classes at the Quilt Festival in Houston and while the classes are always good in my experience, your class on embellishment was outstanding. You’re a gifted teacher!
    Bernadine Heller-Greenman

  3. Gilbert I really enjoyed your class at he Houston Quilt Festival. I loved the sequin flower and sewing the crystal beads onto fabric. I wished we had more time. A two day class would be great.

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