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My first quilt of the 'blog year'.
Nana was my mother's mother. Although she died when I was 11, I still have very warm and wonderful memories of her.
Following are my insulation projects = keeping warm in the winter.
Kitchen insulating shade down = keeping the cold out.
Morning room original drapery over a blanket and insulating shade.
Bath insulating shade. It made a BIG difference.
The next 4 quilts were done for the Alzheimer's Initiative; all are titled
"The Changing Face of Alzheimer's"
Cellar door storage
Following are some lap quilts I did in response to a need in our community.
This is in response to "The Poe Challenge"
Quoth the Raven
Responses to various challenges + one for my Mom
Catch a Falling Star
Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder
heavily quilted yoke [my first attempt at a quilted garment]
My contribution to the "Little Gems" fundraiser in Birmingham, England.
Following is a series of prints I did after making a doily into a printing tool.
These next prints are using nature's tools as a print object.
Soft green fern [print from a real fern, stitched in gold]
Golden fern [multi print from a real fern, stitched in gold]
Dancing limes [metallic print from half a lime]
Thread saving container [helps keep it off the floor]
Airline travel purse [back]
Airline travel 'purse' [front]
Coccyx cushion [folding for travel]
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