More Quilts in the Time of Covid

More quilt finishes for my personal “Quilts in the Time of Covid” coffee table book (I’m only half joking – I think I will make myself a photo book to commemorate the year from hell. Although it was a very prolific year in terms of quilting!) These next three quilts all use flying geese –Continue reading “More Quilts in the Time of Covid”

Baby Quilts and Wall Hangings

After completing the 100 Day Project of embroidery, I have jumped back into quilting. It was worthwhile taking a break and doing something different creatively – but I am very glad to be back to my true love of quilting. And due to Covid19, my Artist in Residence status continues, with plenty of time toContinue reading “Baby Quilts and Wall Hangings”

The 100 Day Project, Part 4 FINISHED!

Quilt Designs 61-100 Whew! All done with The 100 Day Project! It’s been quite an undertaking for me, surprisingly so. I enjoyed making all the little quilt squares, and it was a good exercise thinking of the various quilting designs – but 100 is a lot! I had to take a long hiatus, both lifeContinue reading “The 100 Day Project, Part 4 FINISHED!”

Tracey and Peter’s Wedding Quilt

I had the pleasure of making a wedding guest book quilt for the sweetest people recently! My son’s girlfriend’s name is Taylor (coincidently so is his) and this quilt was for her mother Tracey and boyfriend Peter. This quilt was Taylor’s gift. The wedding was in Estes Park, CO and we were lucky enough toContinue reading “Tracey and Peter’s Wedding Quilt”

The 100 Day Project, Part 3

Quilt Designs 31 – 60 Here’s the latest in my quest to do 100 quilt designs in 100 days – and already it’s not 100 consecutive days! But I’m getting it done – and most importantly enjoying the process. These are the designs up to #60, and that’s all I have done so far –Continue reading “The 100 Day Project, Part 3”

The 100 Day Project

#The100DayProject is a free global online art project I’ve decided to participate in this year. The idea is to committ to 100 days of making something and sharing your progress daily on Instagram. My chosen art form is, no surprise here, free motion quilting. I’ll be using several hashtags so that my posts show upContinue reading “The 100 Day Project”

Rosemary’s Log Cabin

This is the second in a series of quilts I’ve done for my cousin Rosemary. As I mentioned in a previous post, her daughter recently passed away at only 38 from breast cancer – I have been working on some memory quilts for both my cousin, and the husband and young son – see previousContinue reading “Rosemary’s Log Cabin”