My first solo quilt show has come and gone!
I am reviewing my journal to see what
the visitors had to say about their experience.
Today I will share some photos of the 16 pieces
I had in the show at
Inniswood Metro Gardens
Two of my favorite quilt EVER!
CHURNING BY THE SEA
MY ARTIST BIO
it's tough to write something about yourself
so I had a friend fine tune it.
Some of my older wall hangings.
I have been quilting for almost 30 years.
Red Beauty Bird is a simple 9 patch
and an appliqued red bird on a branch
Three wall hangings on the right include
two flowers that were
Paint Chip Challenges, and an
Autumn Harvest Sampler
Here is a view of the entire wall.
I sold the pink coneflower wall hanging.
This wall shows
A Mystery Quilts pattern called Cat's Meow,
but I named the quilt, Dreaming of Hawaii
(I call this my transitional piece between Traditional to Modern)
Modern quilting had not raised its pretty head yet.
and a Nested Churn Dash called
"That's My Business"
And this wall featured some of my most current pieces.
Florence the Flamingo
Hattie the Hedgehog
A Charley Harper wall hanging
Charley Harper Chickadees - Swoon Block "hack"
My Ghastlies quilt that was featured
in the Alexander Henry booth at Spring, Quilt Market, 2017
The emotion I felt once all quilts were hung and I
could see them in one place, was overwhelming.
They spoke to me to say
You are a quilter, you do have talent
and you should continue this journey as long as possible.
(and your Mom would be so very proud of you)
Thanks for joining me today!
But more important than that...
Thank you for all the support and friendship
that you have given me in person,
here on my blog and on Instagram!