Monthly Archives: December 2021

Starting Blue!

I’ve only been working on this quilt for two days, but I’m really pleased with how it’s going! This quilt is also for the SAQA Prism Play show. This quilt will be 15″ wide by 45″ high when it’s done. … Continue reading

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Paper-cuts!

I’ve added a paper-cut gallery to the menu bar at the top of my blog. I’ll be teaching a hamsa paper-cutting class for New Lehrhaus on 3/30/21. Paper-cut Hamsa Workshop A hamsa is a stylized hand for protection against the … Continue reading

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Orange is quilted!

  Here is my orange quilt, quilted both before and after I sewed the binding on. Here are the 150 words I wrote about the inspiration for the piece & how it reflects my interpretation of the show’s concept: Orange … Continue reading

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