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Passage Quilting™ with Ruth Anne

A day of hand quilting the Wolfe Memorial Quilt in my studio. A collaboration between me, Ruth Anne and her mother Dolores Wolfe.

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ready for quilting

The Delores Wolfe memorial quilt is ready to be hand-quilted. Her daughter will be quilting with me as part of her bereavement process.

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the remains

I like a messy work room when I’m working. It is comforting to see the remains lying where they fall. How about you?

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details

Lots of hand piecing going on, because I completely ignored my rule of thumb to avoid insets… but it’s worth it. The love is in the details.

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working on the floor

Sometimes the nitty gritty happens on hands and knees. Working on the floor is always a big part of my process.

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Can you see it now?

Dolores Wolfe was a craftswoman and farmer. She raised sheep, spun wool into yarn, wove yarn into cloth.

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a new quilt taking shape

I’ve been asked to create a memorial quilt from the clothing of Dolores Wolfe. Whenever there is a new start a few simple shapes bubble to the surface.

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