I became a quilter in the year 2000. My journey began when I came across a quilting program on television and was intrigued by what I saw. It was the beginning of a now 17 year love-affair with quilt making.
Initially, I used patterns to make traditional-style blocks and made functional quilts only. A couple years later I got out pencil and paper and began drafting and sketching designs for pictorial and landscape wall quilts. In late 2004, I entered my first quilt show. With that delightful and successful experience, my quilting passion took a detour to wall art almost exclusively.
I enjoy working with bold, saturated colors for visual impact and use high-quality 100% cotton fabrics. Occasionally I will use synthetic fabrics to create specific design elements on the surface of a piece. For example, organza, tulle, velvet, sateen, etc.
Really 'Wild' Flowers! Second Season - 62" x 65"
went missing in November 2011, in Houston, Texas.
There is a reward for its safe return. No questions asked.
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I have received no word about my missing quilt, "Really 'Wild' Flowers! Second Season." I know it is possible for it to just show up on my doorstep one day.
If you happen to see this quilt anywhere, notice recent images posted, or hear anything about it - please do contact me.
Thank you so much,