This little pieces was made before I did much fusing. It was a move away from hand applique and sadly the results were not what I planned for. But it ended up having a lot of dimension and I’m happy with the free motion quilting. That was really fun, no plan, just go for it!
Every since I began quilting on a machine I have felt liberated and I don’t worry so much about my stitch uniformity and length. It does depend where the piece may end up and whether or not it is for competition or sale; where the stitching does indeed matter. I heard a quilt maker say… Continue reading The back of my quilts…
For new friends who live out of town and so aren’t able to make the Supporting Roles: Fiber and Photography exhibit at Visions Art Museum, here are a few of the pieces in the exhibition. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed creating them. All of the photographs were taken by… Continue reading Art at Visions
Many years ago I was given quilt blocks that were made by my paternal grandmother. I now have a finished quilt made by her as well. My grandm Nevada, who died before I was born, was a quilter. I wish I had asked my dad more about her. But even more than having my questions… Continue reading Orphaned blocks or Heirlooms