Monthly Archives: December 2015

Happy last night of Chanukah

Here is a chanukiah (or menorah) I made several years ago, lit for the last night of Chanukah. Every year I think that I should make a Chanukah quilt. Then I forget about it until it’s too late. I’ve also thought … Continue reading

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Orange Is the New Purple II

This is a quilt I made last spring as a wedding present for friends. These are some of their favorite colors. I had to buy a lot of new fabric for this quilt, because, I rarely used orange before making … Continue reading

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Quilts in the Addison Street Windows!

If you happen to be in downtown Berkeley, any time between now and January 15th, I have a quilt in the mini quilt show in the Addison Street Windows. This is on the same block with Berkeley Rep and Freight & Salvage, … Continue reading

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Quilt Therapy

Since I blogged about my younger daughter’s quilt, it seemed only fair that I blog about the quilt I made for Elisheva, my older one. I made it during the summer, after her high school graduation, and finished it before she left for college. … Continue reading

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12 x 12

I’m in a group that we call 12 x 12. Twelve of us meet once a month, and make a 12″ x 12″ quilt or any other art that is that size. In the group are people doing mosaics, drawing, mixed media, and … Continue reading

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Good Enough to Eat

This is the quilt I made for my daughter, Shira, in 2012, from the food themed fabrics. It’s called Good Enough To Eat. The photo was taken at the Voices In Cloth Quilt Show. I made it as part of … Continue reading

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Welcome to Claire Sherman Art

Baskets and Hot Lemonade is 31” x 29 ½” For my first blog post, I chose a quilt I finished in 2014, called Baskets and Hot Lemonade. My younger daughter, Shira, has frequently encouraged me to buy food themed fabrics. … Continue reading

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