Saturday, November 21, 2020


Quilt artists who create original work tend to agree that quilt designs  develop best when you 'listen' to the quilt.  It's a statement that sounds like new age mumbo jumbo.....however it's true.  I worked with this general design once before where the focus was koi fish.  It didn't work!  

In all my nearly 40 years creating original pieces, only twice have I given up.  One was actually a wearable art garment and the other a wall quilt that eventually got cut up in order for parts of it to be utilized in another quilt.  I'm very determined once I begin a piece.....happily I became immediate best friends with Windswept...... Hopefully someone else will too and give it a home.

                                      WINDSWEPT - 13.5" x 24.5"

                                            AVAILABLE HERE

Japanese fabrics, hand dyed cottons, eco-print linen, appliqued & hand embroidered with metallic thread, machine quilted, finished with faced edging, prepared for hanging.  **Free shipping for Christmas 2020



Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

That is beautiful Mary!

Kathy said...

So grounded and yet so delicate. Wonderful balance of elements. This one will surely fly away to a new home very quickly!

Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

I LOVE this!! I am sure it won't last long in your booth!

Windy Hill Happenings said...

So the quilting...adds so much movement to an already beautiful piece...