These shoes were ment for walking – This quilt was made in a class I took by Susan Carlson – celebrating my first tennis shoes.
Neutral quilts hold a special place in my heart – and beloved favorite stash. This quilt was inspired by an antique quilt and provided the perfect playground for my delicious collection of varied neutrals.
One of my favorite quilt, this was cartooned in an Ed Larson class. This quilt depicts our family vacation in Door Co Wi one memorable October
Bear West has been my only award winning quilt. Boasting Best of Show in a regional show, it granted my young family the opportunity to take a trip to Orlando.
This gallery would not be complete without my first quilt. My Grandmother started it in the 1030′s and I completed it in the late ’70′s. Although it ended the size of a bathmat, it opened the door of creative possibility.
Scrap quilts rule in my book! This quilt celebrate the entirety of my vast fabric collection
Circle Crop was inspired by Cherry Wood hand dyes and the 7 minute pieced circle technique was taught to me by Dale Flemming.
Pomegranates have deep meaning in the Jewish faith. Each pomegranate is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 Mitzvot or commandments of the Torah This quilt was made for the Quilt Life magazine in celebration of Chanukah for the Dec. 2010 issue.
Batiks have a serious position in my personal collection. This quilt celebrates the depth and range of my playmates and show how well they play together.
The Quilt Life Magazine has “forced” me to create in a short amount of time. My article in the Oct.2010 issue focused on the rich fodder the Livermore Valley Vineyards. This quilt was created in one month with the help of Pam Vierra McGinnis and Paula Reid.