It has been almost two weeks since my last blog post. It is amazing how throwing a holiday on your Wednesday makes the entire week wacky. Still we keep doing what we do–around the sun we go.
I just got back from the photographer, and I have new work to share! If the quilt names have links attached to them, that means I have written a more in-depth blog post about the process behind that quilt.
I got images of Mosh Pit @ the Golden that I really like.
Last fall, I teamed up with Paintbrush Studio Fabrics. They sent me sample squares of fabric from their entire line of solids.
I used almost all of them to create Mosh Pit. It was a fun collaboration. I think their solids are fab and the brick and mortar + online store Pineapple Fabrics carries the full line.
It just pays to have a few Alaska themed quilts in your portfolio. You can read about why I do this in the blog post Notes on Being an Abstract Artist. I think Tundra is a good name for this quilt.
Once, someone suggested to me that maybe I like the quilt for reasons that were not related to composition. I have to agree that that sometimes happens. Maybe this is one of those times.
The last piece I’d like to share is Bear Fence. American Brand Made Fabrics are cottons textiles completely produced in America. They sent me a box of fabric, and I made this quilt. I love the colors and the American Quilter’s Society website has an excellent selection.