Creating fiber art through quilting allows me to stretch my artistic talents with all the possibilities of fabric while also enjoying the calming, meditative effects of stitching. I capture moments in time—a flower at the height of its bloom or the split second when an animal is still.
Flora & Feline 30×40
Bald Head Island Beauty 28×34
Don’t Surrender 40×40
Scent of the South: 15×14
Miss Dixie: Collection of J. Willis
Tulipa : 30×34
Madonna : 11×17
Summer Iris : 32×42
Just J : 8.5×11 : 2014 : Private Collection
Roo : 8.5×11 : 2014 : Private Collection
Just Peachy : 49×37 : 2014
Rose : 10×13 : 2014
The Eyes Have it : 6×5 : 2013
Hydrangea : 19×21: 2014
Show Off Iris : 8.5×10 : 2014
Show Off-Sunflower : 8×10 : 2013
Key Lime Pie for Me and My Sweetie : 24×15 : 2013 : Private Collection
Shari – I’d recommend a Bernina! I’ve got two plus I inherited my sister’s 20year old machine. They are all work horses. I love them. Karen
Love the flowers! I just became a member of the Cobblestone Quilters Guild in SC. I’m sorry I missed your class, “I’ll never be a quilter”. I feel like that sometimes. I would love to learn your technique.
Gorgeous! Absolutely love the cats.