Stack-n-Whack technique – machine pieced – machine quilted. The Beach Balls quilt was a class taught by Jan Aaron (IQI) using the Magic Stack-n-Whack Quilts book by Reynolds. All the Beach Balls are cut from one fabric and the pattern is different for each one depending on where you cut from. This quilt has beenContinue reading “Beach Balls
Machine pieced, designed and quilted by me. Used Twister tool. Quilters all have left over fabric and this one was last year’s quilt “Dot-Dash”. I used the Twister tool I had laying around to try something new. With still some fabric I made my own design for the back which can also be the front,Continue reading “Dot-Dash Two
Hand quilted on shiboried fabric. I have taken classes in shibori technique & indigo dyeing but I did not create the fabric used in this piece, which I quilted to batting and a backing fabric. The fabric, found in a resale shop, started out all white, was stitched & gathered by hand, then dipped inContinue reading “The Art of Shibori
Machine pieced and quilted. I was greatly influenced a few years ago by a fellow quilter’s use of topographical maps to create quilts. This is my second, and for a dear woman for whom this is her center.
Hand & machine stitched, beaded, hand-dyed silk ribbon embroidery on photograph printed on fabric. Photograph had been altered in Photoshop. This photograph was taken on a sunny day in 2014 when we visited Firs National Plaza with the friend who introduced me to bobbin lace-making, to show her where my husband worked. [Part of theContinue reading “Fountain at First National Plaza
Hand embroidered & beaded purse made in February class with Diane Hyde at NSNG. Diane Hyde provided us with already pieced front and back panels to bead, embroider & embellish as we wished. Her instructions for assembly were amazingly clear and well produced.