Thursday, July 22, 2021

Makers Gotta Make

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe (not really - she lived in a quilting studio)

She had so many children she didn't know what to do.  (Well, not children.  Just quilts.  And more quilts.  And then even more quilts.)

In preparing for a move out of our current house, we took down ALL the quilts.  And I'm not sure we will rehang them.  Mostly because I keep making more quilts.  So I am destashing my quilts.  If you see a wall hanging or a quilt you would like in your house, make a donation to Sew Powerful and the quilt is yours.  Ready?  Here goes....


Wintersection.  34" x 32" x 42"  This is my only piece which doesn't have four 90 degree angles.  



SOLD to Brenda Rowley Grey, Ann Arbor.   Needle-turned appliqué on Yoshiko Jinzenji fabric with sashiko stitching.  43" x 44"

                      SOLD to Carol Conway             CandyLand.  32" x 48"



                SOLD to Linda Bushkofsy.        CityScape.   39" x 41" Hand-quilted on peppered shot cottons


                             SOLD to J.R.                  Relative Moons.  37" x 48"



            SOLD to Catrina Dorsey        Study in Black, Gold, Grey, and Silver. 88" x 88"



     SOLD  to Jennifer Benoit Bryan Glamorous Clamshells. 88" x 88"  Hand-quilted peppered shot cottons



        SOLD to Carol Conway.  Elliptical Drunkard's Path. 72" x 70". Hand-quilted peppered shot cottons


    

                            Circles in Squares.  Hand-quilted. 88" x 88". see back of quilt below





                          Study in Blacks and Whites. 95" x 114". Half-square triangles set on point.



 SOLD  to Chris Hicks.    Homage to 8 1/2 " x 11" with text prints.  74" x 61"



              SOLD to Beth Kovacic.   Piano Tuner's Daughter.  58" x 70" Forks made by members of my 
                                                           #ChiModBee. Hand-quilted

                                                      Back of Piano Tuner's Daughter



                                                        Christmas Bargello.  40" x 46"




                           A wonderfully odd napping quilt - 60" x 75" - with lots of hand-quilting.


             SOLD  to Carla Ray Hensen           Experiment in source of light.  38" x 32"


                   SOLD to Paula Thompson.   Storm at Sea - 35" x 44", couching with decorative yarns



                                        SOLD  to Carla Ray Hensen  Scrappy String Piecing, 30" x 46"

Not posted here but on Instragram are Interwoven (sold to Julia Wylie Bryant) and Interwoven Scraps (sold to Jennifer Peters, Ann Arbor.)  

Thanks to my husband and neighbor Sam for their quilt holding!

1 comment:

Josie Ray said...

I sent an email to you. We would love to have RELATIVE MOONS, please, on your above-mentioned terms. Thank you so very much. (I understand that someone else may have already spoken for it, and the blog just not updated, but we hope to get it.)