There are two kinds of tears that I cry. Crying can be sad, but better are the tears of joy. I made “Cry,Cry,Cry” for the needs of both. No matter what is happening in our country, there is no denying the beauty of our landscape. Nature is very important to me. This quilt sees, smells,Continue reading “Cry, Cry, Cry”
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Babes in the Woods
I was visiting Mount Saint Helens, Wa. On the drive to the visitor center, we past tall evergreens planted by Warehouser. Because they were planted, they made a repeated pattern that made me dizzy. It was almost artificial. The majestic evergreens looked like giant, powerful soldiers marching in waves of green. Back in Tennessee, IContinue reading “Babes in the Woods”
I finished Jolene, and she is for sale.
When I first decided that I would try to sell Jolene, I thought maybe $500.00. As I continued to hand appliquéd the price went up. I feel $700.00 is a good price for this lovely lady. She is a real heirloom. Jolene has lots of love sewn into her many colors. She fits over theContinue reading “I finished Jolene, and she is for sale.”
My Favorite Quilt Books
After finishing a quilt, I start pulling books off the bookshelf. There are two favorites, American Quilts; The Democratic Art, 1780-2007, by Robert Shaw, and my The Quilts of Gee’s Bend. I have looked at these books page by page, over and over again. I went to school for art. I am well aware ofContinue reading “My Favorite Quilt Books”