I made my first quilt in 8th Grade, and a lovely thing it was. Awkwardly hand-pieced of orange and brown kettle cloth, a fabric of mysterious fiber content that was popular in that era, it left me plenty of room for improvement. Years later, my first one-woman show featured quilt tops, each sewn on an inherited and permanently defective machine that broke the bobbin thread every few inches. Fortunately, I sold enough at the show to buy my dream Viking and officially launch my sewing career.
No matter how hectic my schedule, I’ve always found time to make quilts. I rarely make large ones anymore. Instead, I create small quilts for favored felines, devoted dogs, and yes, beloved babies of the human species. And for those special pieces that don’t fit a category, there are examples of Quilt-cetera.
I welcome commissions for quilts of all types.
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See more of my quilt creations on the Quilt Portfolio page.