My mother was an avid crafts-woman who always had at least one project going in our Craft Room. I watched her casually when I was young, and then obsessively when I was older and she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. I wanted to learn everything she had to teach me while I still had her. She experimented with different patterns, styles, and cultural traditions and her wide-ranging ability inspired me to be adventurous as well. I am a history lover and ex-high school history teacher. I love the history of quilting and feel such kinship with past peoples when I sit down to sew. My mother passed away when I was 25, but I am inspired by her every day. I sew to be with her.
Current and Upcoming Shows
One of my world quilts is in an online show entitled United We Quilt, a unique exploration of social justice themes through fabric art.
My newest quilt, Antique Amalgamation, had the honor of being selected for the “Evolutions” exhibit at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, July 22 through October 19, 2019.
Not For Sale
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See anything above that you like? I am delighted to work with you to make something unique, just for you. You’d have access to my entire fabric collection, or we could shop for fabric together, or I could make something out of beloved fabric you provide. I’m even happy to set aside time so we could make the quilt together. Price will depend on the pattern, technique, size and fabric used. Please contact me below to get the conversation started!