Machine-pieced, free-motion quilting, piping When I wanted to try working with curves for the first time, I did it in a big way—with this abstract quilt made from commercial batik fabrics.
Machine pieced, free-motion quilting Before taking up quilting in 2002, the only “quilt” I had ever made was a yellow & white gingham check potholder in Mrs. Murphy’s 8th grade home economics class. This is quite a departure from it.
Machine pieced and quilted This tumbling block quilt began as a class project at IQI’s 2009 Quilt-In. The triple border reflects the three color sets in the quilt, which has been free motion quilted in a traditional pattern.
Machine piecing, fused appliqué, thread painting In Australia, ambulatory journeys are called “Walkabouts.” Here, a lizard goes walkabout among Hidden Wells of Aboriginal Print fabrics in search of Water (the Focus Fabric) and the water bugs the lizard expects to find nearby and feed on (he’s caught one on his tongue). “Hidden Wells” is theContinue reading “Hidden Wells Walkabout