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Fiber

  • Journal

    Functional Mini Quilts…or Potholders!

    Sewing mini quilts is my solution to creative laziness.  I may be in between projects or have been away from the studio, or just wanting to work intuitively, without a plan or defined goal.…

    April 15, 2018
  • 3 Bars Blue. Sold
    Journal

    Contemporary Classics Art Quilts

    Many of my weaving designs started with a classic quilt pattern — Amish, 3 Bars, 9 Patch, Log Cabin, to name a few. I’ve now applied the same approach but without the limitations of…

    February 14, 2018
  • Journal

    How to Organize a Fiber Arts Studio

    Organizing your fiber studio can feel like a chore—no fun at all. But it is a necessary chore that will result in a more functional and enjoyable space. During my 35+ years as a…

    November 20, 2017
  • Gallery

    Art Quilts With a Story

    “A Squared,” for my daughter and granddaughter.   Nick named by my son-in-law, as both of their names begin with an “A.” “3 Days of Fun,” my project from a design workshop.  It was…

    April 5, 2016
  • 9 Patch Red Decorative Quilt
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    Contemporary Classics

    Log Cabin:  It doesn’t get more classic than log cabin. Nine-Patch:  A classic quilt pattern, in a bold yet simplified interpretation: An Amish favorite, 3 Bars, here in blue, modernized:    …

    March 30, 2016
  • Journal

    My Previous Life

    For over two decades, I designed and marketed my handwoven table linens.   Repp weave, or ripsmatta, was my favorite weave structure as it creates very durable and functional cloth.   “Fear No Color” was…

    March 6, 2016
  • Journal

    One Good Angle Deserves Another

    Finding myself at an emotional crossroads, I looked at the angles facing me, and the resulting consequences of each one.   And then I started to sew.  Thus, the quilts became my art therapy.…

    March 1, 2016