I come from a rich heritage of quilters in my family. Even though my mom never taught me, I must have absorbed it through watching and being and threading needles under the quilting frame at the church group. Many years later after life happened, and when I retired, I had time to do what I had always loved. I put all that fabric I had acquired here and there to good use. I began with traditional quilting, but soon realized that rules were okay to break, and I pushed the edges with technique and color.
I love color. I love creating edginess, textures, and subtleties that are embedded in design and line. I love the whole process of making a quilt from the first tiny pieces sewn together to the final hand stitched binding.
My studio looks on to the...