Tag Archives: [ ] parenthesis quilt

Modern Improv Wool Log Cabin, 2011

This queen sized, modern quilt is made from re-purposed plaid wool shirts, suits, skirts and pants. The pattern is a log cabin improv. Continue reading

Posted in 2011 Quilts, The Modern Quilt | Tagged , , | 12 Comments

Quilt Binding Marathon

Binding is my least favorite part of the quilt making process. Especially if it is a big, queen-sized mother like this wool [ ] quilt. FIRST there is the continuous, continuous, continuous bias strip, which can sometimes be fun to … Continue reading

Posted in My Creative Process | Tagged , | 12 Comments

Mirror Image

Posted in Wordless Wednesday | Tagged , | 6 Comments

Plaid Wool Modern Quilt Improv

Finally, I’m making progress in patching together these re-purposed wool shirts into a modern improvised bed quilt. I was stuck for a while, so when I began working yesterday

Posted in Modern Improv, My Creative Process | Tagged , , , | 7 Comments

Improvisational Process Follows Its Own Course

When the improvised quilt pattern has taken on a life of it’s own, you must go with the flow. Continue reading

Posted in Modern Improv, My Creative Process | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

Running Out of Wool ~ Repurposing Thrift Store Finds

The improvised [ ] quilt pattern is coming along. My favorite blocks are in the right column. My intention is to make a queen sized quilt, but I’m running out of wool. The star

Posted in My Creative Process | Tagged , , , , , | 6 Comments

A Thanksgiving for Creative Practice

What does it mean to be an artist? It’s about the truth of who I am in relationship to my self, to others, to my craft and to my being in the world. Continue reading

Posted in Modern Improv, My Creative Process, Personal Heritage | Tagged , , , , , , | 11 Comments