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Free-Motion Quilting on Fabric Collage Quilts

Free-Motion Quilting on Fabric Collage Quilts

August 12, 2017

It’s confession time again. My secret is that when it comes to quilting my fabric collage pieces, I keep it simple–really simple. My quilting (meaning the stitching that happens after the collage piecing is complete), like my art in general, has evolved over the years. I started out doing thread drawing and shadow quilting. Then when … Read More

To Tulle or Not to Tulle

To Tulle or Not to Tulle

August 5, 2017

Ahh, a sweet summer breeze lifting the sheer curtains (I can hear Seals and Crofts now)…. Wait! Could I use a bit of those curtains in my collage?! I have, and I will again. In my post Using Sheer, Netting, and other Semi-Transparent Fabrics, I showed how I use those sorts of translucent fabrics—including tulle—to create form and add detail in fabric … Read More

Quilt Stories: Thread Drawing

Quilt Stories: Thread Drawing

July 29, 2017

Thirty-two years ago this week, while visiting Maine (and still living in Maryland), I met and had my first date with my (future) husband, Tom. I met him at his family’s lobster wharf in Harpswell, Maine, pictured above. After a year of long-distance romance, I took a summer job in Harpswell and a small apartment in town to … Read More

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