Category Archives: art quilt

Lizzie Portrait Quilt

This is my third portrait quilt.  The first two were the pear still life ones (here and here).  This one was made using a photo I took of my dog.  The teacher from the iQuilt class (Leni Levenson) actually took … Continue reading

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Pear Still Life II

My second attempt at doing a portrait quilt.  This one, like the first one, is machine appliqued and quilted. It measures 10 in X 14 in.

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Pear Still Life Quilt

This small quilt is the result of an online quilt class I recently enrolled in (Translate Photos Into Fabric Art by Leni Levenson Wiener at iquilt.com).  It is machine appliqued and quilted.  The small quilt measures 9 in X 12.5 … Continue reading

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Theirs

I made this quilt after reading about the use of they as a singular pronoun by many trans individuals rather than he or she. My thinking for this piece was a monogrammed towel as a simple gesture of welcome and … Continue reading

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Death Penalty, RIP Quilt

I made this quilt a few weeks ago as a small protest against the death penalty.  The current news is full of the executions here in Arkansas as the state is trying to conduct multiple executions before the end of … Continue reading

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On (the) Line Quilt

This year’s theme for the Quilt Alliance (https://quiltalliance.org/) yearly contest is “voices.”  This is my entry.  I designed it with phone calls to/from my mother (She died almost 8 yrs ago and I still miss hearing her voice.  I really … Continue reading

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Please, don’t litter Quilt

This quilt was made as a nod to the continued need for EPA and environmental protection.  Clean air, water, and land is important to human, wildlife, and plant health. The scene is mostly pristine with the exception of the deformed … Continue reading

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