I love all things fabric – from quilts to fibre art, and I’m so grateful that I get to play with fibre, learn new techniques and make beautiful things.
Counting down and getting ready for retirement by trying out new fibre art techniques.
Improv piecing, free motion quilting, embroidery, beading, shuttered window and open work, reverse appliqué on batik with beads, yarn, etc.
Hung: 18.5 inches x 18.5 inches
Created for Project Quilting Quarantine whose theme was Big. This piece is in the shape of a mandala and can be used for healing.
Free Motion Quilted, embroidered, beaded on an improv pieced batik background with various fibres used for the cording and couching.
Hung: 16.5 inches x 16.5 inches
This piece was made following a workshop with Jette Clover through TextileArtist.org and is based on a photo taken after a snow storm this winter.
This piece is embroidered on hand-dyed cotton and organza and includes a Canadian stamp of a Snowshoe Hare.
Mounted: 9 inches x 8.5 inches
This piece was made following a workshop with Vinny Stapley through TextileArtist.org and is based on a Pink Campion growing in my yard.
Hand stitched and embroidered on translucent fabrics such as silk and organza.
Hung: 10.5 inches x 11 inches