Cultured Expressions. I inserted a small strip in cloth into a larger strip and then created the piece by using the Log Cabin pattern. I LOVE these batiks, I especially love the colors and the hand.
This piece is hanging at the Guilford Library in Guilford, CT along with other pieces created by my fellow Sisters In Cloth. The exhibit will run until December 31, 2012. Please stop by.
Monday, December 10, 2012
Saturday, December 1, 2012
I recently designed and created a quilt using fabric sent to me by a bride and groom's family and friends. I didn't know what fabric I would receive and couldn't really design the quilt until all the pieces, swatches and yardage "spoke" to me. Hop on over the Sisters In Cloth blog to read more about this special wedding gift!
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Diane Wright a member of Sisters in Cloth shared some exciting news, FOUR members of our group are featured in the current Quilting Arts Gifts... AND our group (and a photo of a piece I created) is in the current Oct/Nov 2012 Quilting Arts magazine!Head over to http://sistersincloth.blogspot.com/ and to Diane's blog and check out all the exciting news!!!!
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Thanks to the quick action and hard work of Diane Cadrain, Impromptu Fibers, an exhibit of art quilters across the state is hanging at the CT Department of Transportation in Newington CT. Sixteen artists answered her call, with nine appearing with the collected pieces to hang the exhibit yesterday.
Thank you to Diane Wright for putting this article on the Sisters in Cloth blog. The exhibit is colorful and shows a wide range of techniques used by quilt art artists.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Friday, February 10, 2012
Words meant to be shared with the world. This congratulatory flag, made by Sisters in Cloth, is for Vivika Hansen DeNegre, The Prayer Flag Project founder AND newest Quilting Arts editor. If you haven't been to The Prayer Flag Project blog, go visit and think about some flags you can design and then share with the world!
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Birds! Over the holiday break children at the Richmond Library learned to sew. Using felt, button and beads they created colorful, whimsical birds.