“Disco Woks” was the first finish of the year.
A baby quilt, actually a coverlet as it’s tied, was finished for an April birth.
“Some Pig” based on statues in Cincinnati, was completed for a challenge. It’s 8.5 by 11 inches and mounted on a black canvas.
“Deep Purple” combines cotton and velveteen, and is 34.5 by 43.5 inches.
I finished “The Square Deal Falls Apart,” and yellow does indeed take over. Flip it, and you have “The Square Deal Comes Together.”
I also finished “Dark and Deep,” another landscape featuring trees.
I’ve made a few tops, but so far only “The Costume Shop Jungle” has made it to completion. It’s made almost entirely of scraps left over from glittery theatrical costumes.
Also in June “Let The Mystery Be” got finished with the addition of some crystals for glitter to accompany the metallic thread quilting. It has lots of layers.
“Arches” got quilted after many passes through the harp on my sewing machine
This month I finished an experiment in negative space called “Xed Out.”
I also created two small works from leftover fused fabric.
With a change of direction, “Camp Memories” was finished.
“Concrete” is my tribute to Brutalist architecture. Nothing complements concrete like pink.
This was my Rex Ray month with a large appliqued piece and a small embroidered one.
After much consultation, I sewed a single button on “Entwined”.
Small pieces dominated my end of 2019 work.
New year, old tops now finished up.
I finally completed my Annapolis Royal tidal marsh series.
The beginning of our societal experiment with social distancing brought artistic experiments.
With fabric I made in a mark making workshop I created “Fire or Ice” and “Still Standing.”
I hadn’t planned to quilt “Pond” but I wanted to try out a walking foot quilting design.
My month of using up scraps resulted in two finishes.