I became a quilter in the year 2000 after seeing an episode of the Quilt-In-A-Day program on T.V. for the first time. It was the beginning of a love-affair with quilt making.
Initially, I used patterns and made functional quilts only. A couple years later I got out pencil and paper and began sketching and drafting designs for pictorial and landscape quilts to hang on the wall. In late 2004, I entered my first show. With that delightful experience my quilting passion took a detour to wall quilt-art almost exclusively.
I like to work with bold, saturated colors and I use high-quality cotton fabrics. Occasionally I will in-corporate synthetic fabrics to create specific design elements.
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've received no word about my missing quilt, "Really 'Wild' Flowers! Second Season." I am still praying it will show up on my doorstep one day.
If you happen to see this quilt anywhere - please contact me. I would love to have it come home.