Working with fabric or fiber most of her life Ann continues to explore the possibilities. Ann’s art quilts have been published and have traveled Internationally. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows. Ann has presented lectures/talks and trunk shows, has taught and on occasion still teaches live classes. She enjoys making videos lessons and demos for her YouTube channel in hopes of encouraging others to give quilting, fiber art, and mixed media a try. Ann admires knitting and crochet, and though she can’t knit and can only crochet a chain stitch, she’s discovered other ways to use yarn!
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I rarely make patriotic art but I wanted to make pinwheels using fabric and paint and since the 4th of July is approaching this turned out to be one of those rare occasions. I reached for the Terial Magic spray … Continue reading
I thought I would take a little break from my deadline work and play a bit. I’m not usually a heart art kind of person but this was fast and fun. I’ll leave it to you to think up ideas … Continue reading
Sometimes it is good to just create something for fun – no rules and no deadlines! So I grabbed a greeting card my daughter designed years ago and used it to make a pattern for a little art quilt. Today … Continue reading
You may have read on one of my earlier posts that we have leaves stamped into our patios and that I have used them as inspiration for some of my art.Below are the steps to creating what will be a … Continue reading
My husband and I celebrate our 35th anniversary this coming week and I guess that is why Valentine’s Day is no big deal to me (that and the fact that I should stay away from chocolate and our cat eats … Continue reading
After having fun making fast cut stencils (see my video) I made a quilted card from one of the stenciled flower prints. Using a pinking rotary cutter I cut out the stenciled design to my desired size (I wanted the … Continue reading
This is an instructional video on how to make a small art quilt using a Gelli Arts Gel Printing Plate, a homemade stencil, a Chinese paint brush, and acrylic paint. It was really fun to make!