It’s finishing time!

It’s finishing time!

As in, time to finish these quilts! I’ve been good about finishing smaller quilted works, banners and small wall pieces. Less good about finishing larger quilts. (My excuse is that I need nice weather so I can use spray-on basting glue.) Let’s take a look...
It’s finishing time!

Community Pandemic Quilt Square

A local art center put out a call for people to make a quilt square relating to the pandemic for a community quilt. How to express this whole thing/mess in one square? I was stumped. I was going to forget about it, but the organizer texted and in texting back that I...
Blood and Fire: Quilts in Response to Police Brutality

Blood and Fire: Quilts in Response to Police Brutality

The black and white fabric has skeletons. When I started thinking about making this a couple of weeks ago, it was going to be about Covid-19 and the failures of the various governments to protect citizens. Then it changed to being about police brutality and racism....
Improv Quilt in Wool, I Made a Wagga!

Improv Quilt in Wool, I Made a Wagga!

Quilting during a Global Pandemic I’ve long struggled with whether to be a quilter or not, and if yes, what kind. This struggle has mostly looked like not quilting. Partly, this is because my mother-in-law is a prolific quilter, I’ve seriously lost count...
It’s finishing time!

New Work: Collaboration with Unknown Quilters

In this quilt top, I’ve combined found quilt blocks from two different and unknown quilters, into one. My creative constraints for this type of project are: No new quilt blocks (well, okay, I had to make just one block in order to make this work, using squares...