What I have been up to of late:
-“Queuing Theory” quilt. Quilted by Christine Perrigo (@ccpquilt on IG). It was inspired by a series of paintings by Mark Grotjahn called Dancing Butterflies.
-Crazy striped piecing in stripes inspired by a puzzle I saw on Pinterest (thank you glue basting)
-Hand painted linen flowers for Blair Stoker (Wise Craft Handmade) because it is super fun to trade with other makers especially when they are from my previous Seattle home city.
-More Slow Stitch Embroidery in the works. This improv embroidery is the bomb people. Try it!!
-A minimini quilt for Stephanie Ruyle ( Spontaneous Threads) that mimics a Rothko painting she pointed out in Houston. It represents me (mustard) and her (orange) with some more hand stitching and Stephanie’s old suede coat as binding.
-My last quilt blocks of the year for the Bee Sewcial Bee for Leanne (she can quilt). It was a total kick in the pants to play with color and improv. The green block also helped me perfect my Y seam skills.
Happy Thanksgiving friends!
5 thoughts on “Minimalism and Maximalism”
Love all your projects. The embroidery is fantastic!
I just love everything you sew!
Amazing…you always make my jaw drop!
How do you ever find the time to make such wonderful art??
I can see how glue basting would have been a sanity saver with those stripes. How precise they are!