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Come Fly With Me

“Come Fly With Me” 10×12 inches framed Pieced silk and satin piece with porcelain  and metal dragon flies.  Fancy takes flight complete with flight pattern in beads and quilting.

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Aceso

Aceso is number three in my small art quilt goddess series.  Because she is the Greek Goddess of Healing, I created Aceso as a gift for a friend undergoing chemotherapy.  According to lore, Aceso was more the patroness of the … Continue reading

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Ancestral Memories

Second in a series of goddesses in small wall art and a work in progress.  I need to find a satisfactory binding technique for this series of small wall art quilts.  Traditional binding is, by definition, too large a format … Continue reading

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Create

First in a series of small art quilts dedicated to goddesses in general and crones in particular.  The term goddess is self explanatory and usually refers to a young woman at her “prime”.  Goddesses are prominent and admired in all … Continue reading

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Toward Independence

A reminder of the important things in life…riding, family, friends, riding, outdoor activities, creating art quilts, riding, camping season coming up, grandchildren, riding… I have just finished two more client quilts…three left to go before I fulfill my commitment to … Continue reading

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Three For Three

When beading, one is never sure when the project is complete; but, I think this jacket is ready to wear….. The end project among it’s authentic Bog jacket companions at Weavers’ conference.  Our booth took first place for best interpretation … Continue reading

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Hand Sewing Always Required

Time is getting short to provide a garment for the Olympia Weavers Guild booth at the ANWG (Association of Northwest Weavers Guild) conference the end of May.  The colors aren’t quite to spec, the garment isn’t entirely hand woven, and … Continue reading

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Reclaiming My Creativity

I have been a fiber artist for many years.   For the last ten years, I have been dabbling in weaving, spinning and beading as well as running a successful machine quilting business.  While residing in Montana, my days were … Continue reading

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