Tuesday, July 20, 2010


This quilt has been donated to SAQA, an art quilt association that I belong to. Along with over 200 other one foot square quilts, it will be auctioned off starting in September. This is a great way to buy a small work of art. See for yourself at

Monday, May 10, 2010


I made this quilt for a challenge based on the work of artist Henri Rousseau. The challenge was cancelled but I finished the piece anyhow. I looked at several of Rousseau's paintings to make my own fabric "painting" in the style of Rousseau.

Journey of The Transportation Quilt

Grandson Jay decided that he would like the Transportation Quilt published by The Country Quilter for his new big boy bed. I love being able to make a quilt from my stash - just had to buy the blue background fabric and the outer border.

A work in progress.

Ahh - finished!

Cars and trucks and trains, oh my. Mom is riding in a sports car, Jay and brother Cole are in the school bus, grandparents are in the cabose and Dad gets to drive the dump truck.

A Jay-train to go with the Transpor-
tation Quilt

The Quilt Recipient

Four year old Jay

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Blue Bird of Paradise

This is a fabric rendition of a drawing I made several years ago. It will be part of the Fiber Arts Exhibit at the Library in Mahopac, NY, this June.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

More of my best art

Grandson Leo, 17 months. He is adorable, happy, and loving as well as lovable. He loves watching "Peppa Pig" on his Daddy's computer - doesn't talk much but does a really good "oink"!

Friday, March 26, 2010


This small quilt has been accepted into The Quilted Surface VI and will be on exhibit at the Ross Art Museum in Delaware, Ohio, from May 18 to July 4, 2010. :-)))